Fast Startup Business Ideas That You Can Do Today

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Today, there are a lot of business ideas that we can start immediately inside in the comfort of our own homes.

Even if you decide to go out and leave the house, there are still a lot of business ideas and opportunities that is possible to start without requiring a lot of  time and resources.

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15 business ideas you can start today

Starting a business today no longer requires months or market research and thousands of dollars to get started. You can simply stay in your pajamas, although I wouldn’t recommend that, and… Read more at Mashable

You may think it’s too good to be true but if you just take the time to assess these ideas, we can actually be start with less that $100.

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101 Businesses You Can Start With Less Than $100

Have you ever dreamed of starting your own business? If so, what’s holding you back? If not having enough money to get started, then I’ve got some excellent news for you. You can start countless businesses for under a $100… Read more at Entrepreneur.com

 

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Silicon Valley Firms Invests $3.1M to Drone Mapping Startup

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Sydney-based drone mapping startup Propeller Aero gets $3.1 million investment from Silicon Valley firms. Now, Propeller Aero plans to upgrade their research and development team.

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Silicon Valley VCs raise millions for an Aussie drone mapping startup

In 2014 Rory San Miguel and Francis Vierboom made a bet that not all drone companies would actually need to fly drones, and it seems to be paying off.

On Wednesday their company Propeller Aero, which transforms data captured by drones into survey-grade 3D maps for mining and construction sites, announced it had raised a $3.1 million (A$4 million) funding round.

As well as local venture capital firm Blackbird Ventures, U.S. players Accel Partners and Costanoa Venture Capital have also… Read more at Mashable

AeroPoints provides technology and solutions for accuracy and efficiency of commercial drones. This will help drone users to perform more accurate mapping and surveying.

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Propeller’s game-changing ‘AeroPoints’ simplify aerial surveying

Aerial surveys by Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS, or drones) have been generating a lot of attention in surveying and mapping circles due to a potential revolution in productivity. However, one of the limiting factors to date has been the need to accurately determine ground controls points (GCPs) to spatially define the location of captured data.

To overcome this, Sydney-based Propeller Aero have created the first complete workflow with the release of their new AeroPoints ground control point system, which automatically… Read more at SpatialSource

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“Backward” Approach to Start-Up Funding

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This software company has a unique approach on how to establish a successful business start-up.

Xero’s success story is now gaining grip in the U.S.A. They’ve also announced their partnership with Wells Fargo.

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How One Software Startup Made It by Doing Everything Backwards

It’s rare for a startup to go public almost within one year of being founded. But then again, how many startups do you know from Wellington, New Zealand?

Xero makes cloud-based accounting software for small business and they bucked the Silicon Valley roadmap by not waiting to “fully mature” before listing on the stock exchange. “We’ve done everything backwards,” its ebullient founder and CEO Rod Drury told Mashable. “We’ve listed first, then… Read more at Mashable

Xero’s road to success also had its challenges and struggles to the point that it had made a loss in the public eye for almost ten years. Here are 4 Lessons Xero Boss Chris Ridd Learned in Going From Start-Up to Market Leader.
Building a software company in Australia, where until recently the government’s focus had been on the resources industry, wasn’t an easy feat.Leading Xero in Australia for five years until March 31, we managed to transition from a scrappy start-up to a market leader in a brand new category: cloud-based accounting. Here are some of the things I… Read more at AFR.com