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Making it Matter in Singapore, The Southern Star Magazine

This issue of the Southern Star is full of Australian entrepreneurs who have brought new ideas to Singapore. Our feature article is on Elena & Roland Scherer from Red Gum who have been bringing Australian produce to Singapore for 25 years. 

Download the magazine here: http://www.austcham.org.sg/resource/resmgr/AA_Your_Singapore_Story/TSS_A...

Page 6&7 - "Making it Matter"

Extract of article:

OnTheGo makes final cut in Australian Startup Awards 2014

OnTheGo Sports is proud to be among the list of finalists in the 2014 Australian Startup Awards, in the flagship Startup Daily Startup of the Year category, and in the highly competitive Product Business of the Year category.

 

This national awards program, conducted by The Entourage, Australia’s largest entrepreneurial education institute, recognises business excellence and celebrates the achievements of Australia's top entrepreneurs under 40.

 

PAT FARMER IS ONTHEGO TO PEACE IN THE MIDDLE EAST

OnTheGo Sports ambassador & ultra-marathon athlete Pat Farmer is up to his old tricks again, only this time he’s running with the purpose of peace. The Middle East Peace Run is a 20 day run which will follow the somewhat daring route from Lebanon to Israel, via Jordan and the West Bank.

In support of the landmark May 1st run OnTheGo Sports has joined the cause. This Australian owned company not only shares the humanitarian values that this run represents, it also has the mutual vision that a healthy active lifestyle and sport can promote development and peace.

OnTheGo Racing Rider takes over SHIMANO Mountain Bike Grand Prix

Article courtesy of Australian Mountain Bike Magazine. Full article can be viewed here; http://ambmag.com.au/events/callum-mcnamara-takes-over-shimano-mountain-...

 

 

29th April 2014, Canberra, Australia. 

 

 

OnTheGo Founder Mick Spencer has his say to Federal Government

The way federal public servants choose the best suppliers to meet billions of dollars worth of contracts is stifling innovation and competitiveness within Australia, the Canberra Business Council says.

It has been backed up by one of the nation’s brightest young entrepreneurs who says, "The industry talk is that if you see it on Austender, you're already a week too late".