Building Business in Australia
Last updated: September 11th, 2013 by admin
Australians on their overseas experiences have a reputation for being hard workers who can turn their hand to anything. Maybe it’s because Australia is a country built on the determination and creativity of people who had no choice but to make a success of living there. More recently Australia has been making a name for itself as a country of high-tech entrepreneurs with many of the most exciting new businesses harnessing the power of the internet, often led by people in their twenties and thirties. Some of these businesses are now international success stories, such as Freelancer, now one of the world’s biggest virtual job markets, where employers and employees literally around the globe can connect with each other. Its founder Matt Barrie has only recently turned 40. Although best known for his business success, Barrie also holds over 20 U.S. Patent applications and is well-known as a teacher and writer.
At the same time as creating its own young entrepreneurs, many of whom have international experience (Barrie lived in Indonesia as a child and has studied in the U.S.), Australia is also an attractive destination for global business people, who appreciate its mix of business and pleasure. Those who are interested in heading for the sun to start their own business or practice their profession, will find the process much easier with the help of an experienced NAATI translator.