Nick Bell

Nick Bell is a five x AFR young rich-lister and founder of 12 global digital agencies including First Page Digital, Lisnic and Removify.

Why your mentor doesn’t need to be a CEO

Great mentors don’t always come from the top of the tree, or even the most obvious places. Don’t have a stereotype in mind...

Five marketing lessons to learn from Trump

Donald Trump, the President of the United States of America is doing nothing if not gaining more media attention than any other President in...

Find your niche, ride the entrepreneurial wave, operate like a start-up: Nick Bell on his journey

Let’s get things straight: entrepreneurialism isn’t for everyone. It takes a certain type of person to really thrive in this lifestyle, and some people...

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Businesses gravitate towards innovation; customers want data protection: Mastercard & HBR Report

75 per cent of executives view customer insight as a vehicle for innovation.

Global speaker shares 3 tips for establishing your voice as a leader

Sam Cawthorn, Founder and CEO of The Speakers Institute, shares his 3 tips for establishing your voice as a leader in today's cluttered digital environment.

Woolworths scraps plans to launch Dan Murphy’s megastore in Darwin following backlash

This would have been the largest alcohol store in the Northern Territory...

Australia’s new email legislation and why it is actually a good thing for businesses

Plus, here's how to ensure your unsubscribe process adheres to the new laws...

Why it makes sense to audit your business processes

The task of process auditing can deliver benefits across an organisation, improving productivity, lowering operational costs and more...

Let’s Talk: Making the hard business choices – admitting & cracking down on what doesn’t work

It can be a challenge to admit when something isn't working, particularly when it's something that we've put our blood, sweat and tears into.

Main Sequence announces $250 million deep tech fund to make the world a better place

Australian deep tech venture firm Main Sequence has announced a $250 million fund to increase its focus on solving some of the world’s biggest issues in areas such as climate and food.