How you play the game, is the game.

I am a tech entrepreneur turned cultural futurist. I am interested in how building new paradigm models will create a flourishing future of our world. So the seeker is not only on the hero's journey, but that journey also becomes the hero's journey of the planet.

My mission is to inspire people to create a new future for our world, through their choices that have the power change the very fabric that defines how we succeed.

From the start our mission has always been to put the power of the internet into your hands.

In 2006, Magicdust founders Bianca Rothschild and Ian Mills saw a need to create a web design company with a difference. Magicdust was born with the intention of empowering small business owners to embrace the internet simply and with confidence.

Magicdust was the first company in Australia to take advantage of emerging technology and use it to help small businesses to boost their success online by delivering quality web design that clients could update themselves, at a price they could actually afford. This move was disruptive at the time and changed the small business website game in Australia.

Since then, Magicdust has grown to service over 4000 small business clients. While a lot has changed online over the years, their principles for providing value, affordability and genuinely wanting to help small businesses succeed online has only improved.

Magicdust considers themselves a key part of their clients marketing team because they are always available for them and are committed for the long haul. Ultimately they believe every small business deserves the best chance of success.

In fact they believe small business success is the key to building sustainable local economies and are committed to contributing to the new paradigm of conscious business models which are redefining entrepreneurial success worldwide.

Some Magicdust press highlights:

AUSTRALIAN FINANCIAL REVIEW Surfing on the web: way to go
ANTHILL 2013 Cool Company Awards
BUSINESS REVIEW WEEKLY Australia’s Fast 100 2011