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NMK Podcast - Episode 11 - Sarah Beeny

Sarah Beeny is probably best known as the face of the Channel 4 TV show Property Ladder, but she has also been heavily involved in successful online projects, such as She recently teamed up with digital agency Codegent to form Tepilo, a website which aims to educate and enable people how to sell their own homes.


Business Brief: Job Hunting in the Web 2.0 World

The way applicants apply for jobs is changing fast as Web-based content replaces the traditional paper CV. New Media Knowledge spoke to an online recruiter looking to make the job search and hiring process far more intuitive using Web 2.0 tools.


Business Brief: Start-Up Success

Despite stories of economic woe, Barclays Bank still predicts 380,000 business start-ups this year and 350,000 in 2009. New Media Knowledge spoke to one self-starter who aims to build what he says will be the premier social network for entrepreneurs in the UK.


FOWA: Silicon Valley or Bust?

Respected Silicon Valley investor Paul Graham delivered one of the more controversial speeches at the Future of Web Apps event. The essence of his position was that internet start-ups ought to move to Silicon Valley to prosper.


FOWA: Turn Your App into a Business

Ted Rheingold, the founder of the Dogster and Catster social sites for pet owners, advised delegates at the Future of Web Apps on the teething pains that attend turning a simple gimmick or tool on the web into a full-time job.


NMK Forum: Nic Brisbourne

Keynote speaker Nic Brisbourne addressed the topic ‘Web Business Models that Work’, introducing a number of ideas for monetising internet sites and services.


NMK Forum: The Upstarts

The second panel of the day concerned new internet start-ups, the prospects for their longevity and the difficulties faced by them.


NMK Forum: Jason Calacanis

The first keynote of the conference, Jason Calacanis, proclaimed that there is an environmental crisis on the Internet, and that SEO is responsible for it.


Beers & Innovation:UK Start-Up Culture

The inaugural night of the series on 9th February 2006 chaired by Tom Coates of Yahoo! saw entrepreneurs and innovators from Skype and talk about their first-hand experiences of the UK, US and European technology start-up scenes...


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