LaVolta - Recruitment for the Digital Age

Hungry Castle presents: Big ideas & beautiful things

Dave Glass started Hungry Castle with the desire to bring the playful and creative nature of his many art projects to his work for clients. 'The basis of everything we work on is the idea’ he says, ‘we don’t limit ourselves by thinking of the medium at first, we create what is beautiful and interesting. We've surrounded ourselves with talented, highly skilled people who have the capacity to realise our creations'.

MOBILE & ONLINE Client relationship + Business Manager from UK

This candidate has eighteen years’ experience from within Sales, Business development, Account Management, Project Management, and Marketing from within Mobile, Digital Media and Out of Home networks and advertising platforms, as well IT hardware experience. He combines this with expertise in negotiation and communication with a multitude of companies and individuals at all levels. He has experience with company management and expansion of mobile media services, mobile web, SMS, location based services, mobile payments, mobile / web advertising, digital out of home solutions and proximity marketing (bluetooth + WiFi).

FOURTH ESTATE DOMAIN - Development Partner Needed

We're looking for a Web Development partner for The Domain events Sydney & Melbourne! The creative concept work has been completed and we’re now looking for a Web Development partner to build the front end with typical skills across HTML, CSS, JavaScript/AJAX, Flash/action script. Just so you know the site will have a heavy use of JavaScript and we’re looking for someone who is very familiar with AJAX integrations.


For the back end development we’re looking for naturally CMS experience with scripting language of your choice and JavaScript/AJAX.

SYDNEY FED 19th April - Dean McEvoy CEO spreets.com.au

Thanks to all who came along to the Sydney FED on 19th April, when Dean McEvoy of Spreets.com.au joined Brad Howarth on the infamous couch! Dean hit the big time earlier this year when the group buying site he cofounded was sold to Yahoo!7 for an estimated $40 million.


Brad Howarth spoke with Dean about the path to Spreets, his life as an Australian-based entrepreneur and his thoughts for the future evolution of online applications and services.