Posts filed under 'Startups'

Podcasts for Entrepreneurs

No matter what your industry or interest, it’s always important to make sure you stay up to date with what’s happening. Sometimes, working in the start-up community can make it slightly harder; good people often change jobs and projects on...

Above All Human 2016

A small group of the Bugherd team attended the inaugural Melbourne ‘Above All Human’ Conference, presented by Startup Victoria in 2015. We left the event feeling inspired, passionate about being involved in the startup community and positive about the fact...

2016 – The Year Of The Side Project

Have you ever have an idea for a cool side project? Maybe it’s starting a new technical blog, or you have a great idea for an app that you want to build. You may even want to learn to cook...

Support email costs you time and money

A little while ago I wrote a post on how to quantify the cost of email communication. Even though it was written a while ago now, the message couldn’t be more true today. As agencies search for ways to streamline their...

Why passion matters.

I have many flaws. I know about most of them, but I’m sure there are just as many I don’t know about. I try to be a good person, but I am who I am…. for better or worse. You certainly won’t find...

Building an online community.

Have you ever been to one of those conferences that promises an excellent opportunity to ‘network and mingle’ with like-minded folks? Where you get given your name on a laminated safety pin badge handed over with a way-too familiar grin?...

What kind of leader are you?

I’m a first-time CEO (although it’s certainly not the first time I’ve managed a team). I know I still have a lot to learn, especially as my team is small and I’ve only been at this a few years. The...

Trust, above all else

As a startup founder, one of the hardest things you have to learn to do is to relinquish control. Once you start hiring you have to work incredibly hard to resist the temptation to micromanage your team. I still remember the first...