Gina Baldassarre

Gina is a journalist at Dynamic Business. She enjoys learning to ice skate and collecting sappy inspirational quotes.

Cyber threats to look out for in 2014

SMBs have been urged to keep cyber security at the top of the agenda in the new year as attacks on businesses are expected to increase.

How to stay debt-free this Christmas

Businesses have been urged to keep on their toes this holiday season to make sure they’re not left in debt in the New Year.

Businesses focused on staying sane this Christmas

Half of SMEs are focused on simply getting through their workload with their sanity intact rather than increasing sales this festive season.

Froyo: passing fad or lasting success?

Krispy Kreme and Starbucks outlets may have dotted the streets of cities around Australia just a few years ago, but frozen yogurt has taken over.

Touch of magic finds marketing success

David Welzman has slowly but steadily built a business performing magic at trade shows, helping companies generate leads through a mix of magic and information.

Resources sector calls for investment in training initiatives

The Australian Mines and Metals Association (AMMA) has urged the Federal government to invest in training, skills, and employment initiatives to ensure the sector can reach its workforce needs.

Aussies planning to work through the holidays

Looking to sneak in an hour of work here and there on your summer holiday? You’re not alone – 44 per cent of Aussie professionals plan to work one to three hours a day during their summer holidays, according to a new survey.

General Assembly opens new Sydney campus

General Assembly, the educational institution working to teach people skills for the 21st century, recently announced the opening of its second Sydney campus.

Smartpens to instantly digitise handwriting

Using an infrared camera, the easy to use Livescribe 3 smartpen connects to your iOS device via Bluetooth to instantly capture a digital version of what you’ve written – it’s a copy of your handwriting though, not a digitised font.

State of the Australian workplace, progress audit

While Australia may have bypassed the worst of the global financial crisis, business is still coming to terms with the organisational changes that were...

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