Nokia has launched a new online book, In Hindsight: What 7 entrepreneurs learned on their journey to success, on the back of the sales success of Nokia's E6 and E7 smartphones.
The book features the stories of seven successful local entrepreneur: SKINS’ Jaimie Fuller, Campos Coffee’s Will Young, Blackmores’ Marcus Blackmore, KeepCup’s Abigail Forsyth, Sculpture by the Sea’s David Handley, Haydenshapes Surfboards’ Hayden Cox, ModelCo’s Shelley Barrett and Rip Curl founders Brian Singer and Doug Warbrick.
Available for free download at nokia.com.au/inhindsight, the online book gives aspiring entrepreneurs and professionals, startups and fast growth SMBs an idea about what makes a successful business.
Nokia is calling on would-be entrepreneurs from around Australia to submit their business ideas for a chance to be mentored by SKINS CEO, Jaimie Fuller.
The winner will also receive $10,000 and a Nokia E7 smartphone. Entries can be submitted at the Nokia In Hindsight website.
Nokia A/NZ managing director, Chris Carr, said, “For busy entrepreneurs and professionals, we know that accessibility, communication and mobility are central to their success. Through the stories, we hope to encourage and fast track the next wave of successful Aussie entrepreneurs.”