• Adobe Buys Business Catalyst / GoodBarry

    We suspect Business Catalyst, the company behind e-commerce software suite GoodBarry, went a little early with the news on its own website, but that’s a boon for tech business reporters awake at this time of day. Turns out Adobe Systems has agreed to acquire the part American, part Australian company for an undisclosed amount. Details are scarce since there’s no press release… Read More

  • Australian Startup Carnival Highlights Antipodean StartUps

    The results of the Australian Startup Carnival were announced Sunday, and as a judge I had the opportunity to review every entry. The carnival was entry based, so not every Australian startup was featured, and yet there were some great entries. The winner was Perth, Western Australia based Scouta, a media recommendations service we’ve featured a couple of times on TechCrunch. The judges… Read More

  • Exclusive: 500 Free GoodBarry GoodBusiness Invites For TechCrunch Readers

    GoodBarry GoodBusiness aims to make “ecommerce easier for small business owners” with a package that includes website creation, lead management, email marketing, online shopping, blogging, and business analytics in the one system. See our review of GoodBarry GoodBusiness here. We’ve got free GoodBusiness invites for TechCrunch readers. The first 500 readers get 3 months… Read More

  • GoodBarry GoodBusiness Aims To Make Ecommerce Easier

    GoodBusiness, a new hosted application package from GoodBarry is aiming to make ecommerce easier for small business owners. There’s a lot of options in this space, everything from CMS packages through to commercial high end hosted options. GoodBusiness is aimed at small businesses who either cant afford the high end packages, or don’t have the skills available to do it themselves. Read More