How two small Adelaide companies have achieved global dominance in their chosen niches through very deep domain expertise. They are true “Hidden Champions” – like the German companies fundamental to Germany’s strong export performance.
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My Virtual Assistant Recruitment Process
By Andrew Leunig on April 9, 2012 in Blog, Development, Early Stage, Insights, Personal Effectiveness
Here is the full recruitment process used to recruit my Virtual Assistant. Used successfully by me and many others.
Proud to be supporting Dan Smith and The Startup Project
By Andrew Leunig on October 24, 2011 in Blog, Business Angels, Business Funding, Business Models, Business Types, Early Stage, Fast Growth, Insights, Investor Ready, Private Equity, Venture Capital
Dan Smith looks at the best business startup programs around the world and looks to improve things here in Australia.
Book Review : What’s Mine is Yours : The Rise of Collaborative Consumption
By Andrew Leunig on June 8, 2011 in Blog, Book Reviews, Business Models, Business Types, Case Studies, Early Stage, Fast Growth, Fun, Insights, Life Balance, Lifestyle, Online, Other Stuff, Personal Improvement, Service, Technology
This book outlines a game changer. The rise of Collaborative Consumption. Driven by new, cheap technologies and maturing community rules about online trust – the new mantra is you don’t need to own it – you just need to access it. New Business Models are enabling “spare capacity” of all types to be put to […]
The twitter concept sketch
By Andrew Leunig on June 3, 2011 in Blog, Business Angels, Business Funding, Case Studies, Development, Early Stage, Fast Growth, Insights, Investor Ready, Muse, Online, Service, Strategy, Technology
See the “back of the envelope” sketch that became Twitter !
1000 True Fans
By Andrew Leunig on October 25, 2010 in Blog, Early Stage, Insights, Muse, Online
If you had a direct online sales channel – how many fans or customers do you really need ?