Ellie Dudley

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Ellie Dudley is a journalist at Dynamic Business with a background in the startup space and current affairs reporting. She has a specific interest in foreign investment and the Australian economy.

Meet the Aussie fintech founder who has grown his business by 4000% in 12 months

“The reality is, if you make it easy for people to buy things, more people will buy things.” Those are the words of Fast CEO...

Female executive quota to be introduced in German boardrooms

Germany's coalition government have announced they will introduce a mandatory quota for the number of women working as executives in the country's listed companies,...

What does the Victorian budget mean for businesses?

After 500 days since the last Victorian budget, today Premier Daniel Andrews and Treasurer Tim Pallas announced their government's plan for the state's economic...

Can you use the JobMaker Hiring Credit? Program Checklist and Detailed Explanations

As part of the 2020-21 Federal Budget announced in October, the government unveiled the JobMaker Hiring Credit to incentivise businesses to hire young job...

‘A wicked problem’: Ports at the heart of Australian trade issues, industry groups say

National employment organisation The Australian Industry Group (AiGroup) has today released a report outlining issues arising associated with Australia's ports, saying if they are...

Canva, TikTok join businesses supporting flexible cervical cancer screening

Canva and TikTok are among the growing number of companies supporting #ThePreventionPact, which aims to reverse the 45 per cent drop in cervical cancer screening...

Cbus, Fortescue and Aurecon commit to renewable energy transition

Mining company Fortescue Metals Group, industry superfund Cbus and professional services firm Aurecon are the most recent companies to sign on to the Australian...

Small businesses are going green. Here’s how you can too.

As the world continues to shift in a “green direction” and Australia heads towards a target of net-zero emissions, it is becoming increasingly important...

‘Out & About’ vouchers: How businesses can be involved in the NSW initiative

The NSW Government is giving every adult $100 in vouchers to spend on dining and entertainment in a bid to resuscitate small businesses that...

Cutie Patootie Custom Kids Clothing

Cutie Patootie Custom Co was born after our founder discovered that most personalised items for infants and children can take weeks - or months...

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

Ollee, the self-titled 'platform for change,' seeks to connect eco-conscious retailers with trusted Australian brands around the country.

Conquering the UK market: David McCredie’s formula for export success

The UK is filled with opportunity for Aussie exporters. Here's a roadmap for success.

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.

Report reveals blockchain solutions and plant-based proteins as 2021’s major agricultural innovation trends

COVID-19 highlighted the food insecurity of millions worldwide. The pandemic exposed the vulnerability of the current food system, and more specifically the existing weaknesses...

Sign of the times: What you need to know about using electronic signatures to transform your business

As the use of electronic signature systems grow, it’s important you understand the implications before integrating them into your business. Such as...

Why building a stand-out team is the secret sauce to agency growth in 2021

Here's valuable leadership advice for not only managing staff in agencies, but in businesses as a whole. Read on...

Let’s Talk: Bringing in investors – How much to give vs. how much to take?

Investors can bring in much-needed funds and expertise; if you're not careful, they can also take control of more than you bargained for.