Dahlia Jovic

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Dahlia is a Junior Editor and Journalist at Dynamic Business. She is also an Honours student in Media and Communications at the University of Sydney. Her areas of interest include business, technology, entertainment and videography.

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Business Events Australia said it will be giving additional support to the sector through continued funding for its Bid Fund Program and Boost Program.

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The Australian Government is urging businesses to update their Microsoft Exchange software in order to protect against newly identified vulnerabilities.

New digital platform to drive growth of Aussie agriculture

GrowAG, a new online sharing digital platform, will connect Australian agricultural innovation to the rest of the world.

Ollee: The Aussie platform connecting purpose-driven B2B buyers with ethical brands

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The top 10 interactive art exhibitions to see in Australia in 2021

From Monet and Friends in Sydney, to the Field of Light installation in Central Australia – we look at 10 of the most engaging interactive art exhibitions (and events) you can see in Australia this year.

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The latest ABS figures show that job vacancies in Australia increased by 14 per cent between November 2020 and February 2021.

Australian small business revenue rises above pre-pandemic average as jobs recover

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Investment NSW to boost economy and jobs as part of COVID-19 recovery

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Increased stress, prioritising diversity and inclusion: New report shows state of HR industry a year on from COVID

Digital Recruiting Company HireVue has published a new study on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on Australia’s hiring industry.

Australia Post and DocuSign provide one-step digital solution to ‘100 point’ ID verification

Australia Post and DocuSign's Digital iD solution will allow customers to prove their identity using a one-step online ID verification system.

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