For those of you unfamiliar with the work of Jemma Birrell, she is renowned in publishing circles for being the driving force that turned the Sydney Writers Festival (SWF) into the biggest literary event in the Southern Hemisphere during her last four years as its Artistic Director. This week, publishing startup Tablo announced that Birrell […]
it seems Melbourne has been harbouring a little secret in the form of young entrepreneur and publisher Nathan Chan.
If you head over to the app store on Android or iOS tablet devices and go to the News Stand, you will find sitting next to the likes of American produced magazines Entrepreneur and Forbes a title called Foundr.
Brisbane-based digital publishing startup Liquid State has come a long way since launching in the latter months of 2010. Their user base has grown 30 times over the past 11 months alone, earning itself the title of High-Growth Business Startup at the Lord Mayor’s Business Awards last year and becoming Australia’s go-to cloud-based platform for distributing digital content across mobile devices.
Digital publishing startup Liquid State has come a long way to launch its first product into the market, and is currently set to become Australia’s “go-to” place for simple, fast, and affordable production and management of digital content.
Digital publishing is becoming more and more popular for small and medium sized businesses providing another way to communicate and stay in touch with customers. The beauty of digital publishing is that it blends the benefits of the online and offline world as a lot of people still love the look and feel of a printed magazine, but do like the idea of saving paper (our trees!) by reading a magazine online.