Guillermo Troncoso

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Guillermo is the Editor of Dynamic Business and Manager of film & television entertainment site ScreenRealm.com. Follow him on Twitter.

Over $500 million scammed using “fleeceware apps” in App Store & Google Play

Cyber thieves have an increasingly popular avenue to take recurring payments from often unsuspecting users...

Let’s Talk: How can you drive motivation and teamwork among staff?

How do you keep staff motivated and ensure you have a thriving workplace? We talk to various business leaders and find out...

Spacewhite: New social enterprise rises as Australia’s plastics plan gathers momentum

The annual consumption of plastics in Australia has increased by 240,000 tonnes over the last four years. The amount of plastic recycled has fallen by 1.4% over the same period.

Twitter could include an ‘Undo Tweet’ feature for paying users

This would offer up a key point of difference from the current 'Delete Tweet' function...

Hospitality, tourism and retail showing promise across regional Australia: CommBank Report

Spending is up across regional Australia, moving past the spend recovery seen in metro areas, according to new data from Commonwealth Bank.

Let’s Talk: When is the right time for your business to grow? Balancing risk & opportunity

There's always risk when it comes to pushing your business to the next level. When, how and why should you take the leap? Let's talk...

Facebook makes multi-year deal with News Corp

Facebook has made what may be its biggest news media deal yet in Australia, a big move forward with the Government's media bargaining code...

How Intrepid Travel was smacked with an industry-changing pandemic – and kept on swimming

Intrepid began 2020 with the biggest month of sales it had ever seen. And then the clouds rolled in...

PayPal announces new buy now, pay later solution to launch in Australia

Customers will be able to split eligible purchases from $50 to $1,500 over four equal, interest-free instalments.

Australia probing default search engines & browsers on devices; Google & Apple in the spotlight

The US Department of Justice filed a complaint against Google in 2020, claiming Google pays Apple an estimated $US8 to12 billion per year to have its search engine be the default...

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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.

Why big super’s pseudo-SMSF won’t deliver

Putting lipstick on the proverbial pig is what we’re seeing with pseudo-SMSF. It can be detrimental to those who want to step into the world of SMSF and take control of their financial future.

Three marketing trends you can’t afford to ignore

As businesses recover from COVID-19, here are the three trends that smart marketers can't afford to ignore.

The Australian staff management juggle: Remaining compliant while managing a flexible & evolving workforce

As businesses embrace temporary and contract workers more than ever, certainty on the terms these workers can be employed is more important than ever...

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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.