Q&A with No-Rock Tables’ founder and inventor, Chris Heyring
Eco wood design specialises in custom-designed furniture that is hand-crafted by owner and designer - Stephen Ziguras.
For over a decade, Ziguras has been designing and making furniture, homewares and wooden objects to order.
If your product is good, you should also have a good patent attorney says Hani Yassa, one of the people behind Charli Chair that featured on reality TV series Shark Tank.
For some start-ups, crowdfunding can be a source of funding to get an idea off the ground. However, it’s important to protect your idea or product before you make it public. Here’s why…
Richard Hoare, Design & Innovation Director at Breville takes us through the business tips that has made Breville an industry leader and given it a sustainable competitive edge. He explains how Breville uses intellectual property (IP) to engage customers through consistent and well-researched branding and investment in various IP protection.
In his last three decades as an AFL football trainer Ray Spiteri, Head Trainer with Carlton Football Club, has seen many players immobilised by blisters. He says, 'the problem is particularly bad when heavy fitness drills begin in the first weeks of the football season'.
Canberran Trish Smith sat on a plane waiting for take-off. From her seat, she watched a bottleneck of passengers form behind a young woman who stood blocking the aisle, searching through her carry-on luggage bag, slowly unpacking items she apparently needed during the flight and putting them into the seat-back pocket, such as her iPad, headphones and a makeup bag.
Fashion label Finders Keepers has a strategic approach to securing its Intellectual Property (IP). Each month, the head designer and one of the label’s founders, Melanie Flintoff, decide what designs are the most unique and moves to have those fabrics or patterns registered with IP Australia.