Loren Webb

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Let’s talk: Recruitment

Hiring the wrong person, at any stage of business, can be extremely detrimental and costly in a number of ways that aren't only financial. Of...

Aussie plant-based meat startup v2food closes $35M Series A round 

With the release of the ‘Game Changers’ documentary recently on Netflix, there is a lot of topical talk on eating more plant-based meals. It’s...

Westpac loses $6.4 billion in value since scandal

Approximately $6.4 billion has been wiped from Westpac's value since it was ensnared in a money laundering and child exploitation scandal. Westpac says it will...

Clear generational differences seen in attitudes towards work: New study

Recent research from GoDaddy reveals that there is a clear difference in attitudes towards work between the different generations. The global study was conducted by...

WeWork to lay off 2400 employees

WeWork is laying off about 2,400 employees, almost 20 per cent of its workforce, as the office-sharing company seeks to drastically cut costs after...

The underrated benefits of the new e-invoicing hype

Recently we covered the news that federal government departments will start paying e-invoices to businesses within five days. This applies only to contracts valued up...

Roby Sharon-Zipser, hipages co-founder and CEO, tells his entrepreneurial story and shares valuable lessons

Today our guest is Roby Sharon-Zipser who is the co-Founder, CEO and the Executive Director, at hipages. hipages is the place you go to for hiring...

Small business support for Federal Government falls as confidence in economy falls

The Sensis Business Index shows more than a quarter (26%) of Australian small and medium businesses (SMBs) believe Federal Government policies are working...

Small employers – there’s 3 options if you aren’t using STP yet

The ATO is urging small employers who’ve not yet made the switch to Single Touch Payroll (STP) to get in touch if they need...

Family business The Jolly Group starts funding for ambitious expansion

The Jolly Group is becoming the first café group to raise funds on online investment platform ​Birchal​. The Victoria-based, family-owned business comprises of The Jolly...

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E-waste: how businesses can maximise security while saving the environment

Beyond the tangible waste, the data that is stored within these products also poses a threat to businesses if sensitive information is not appropriately managed.

Social voice app Clubhouse is now available for Australia’s Android users

The buzzed-about voice-based application can now be downloaded through the Google Play Store - but it's still invite only...

The business agendas not included in the federal budget to support economic recovery

Whilst spending in the areas of childcare, aged care, disability and mental health featured favourably in the 2021 federal budget, when it comes to economic recovery measures for businesses there were notable exclusions.

Tech & Digital Industry reactions to Budget’s billion-dollar digital strategy

Take a look at what some of Australia's tech and digital companies had to say about the Government's big digital strategy...

Government secures 25m Moderna doses in bid to diversify vaccine portfolio

The government has snapped up 25 million doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine as part of its strategy to give Australians access to a variant vaccine.

Budget’s JobTrainer Fund extension only one step towards addressing youth unemployment

Mary Malak, CEO of humanity matters, responds to the budget announcement regarding the extension of the JobTrainer fund.

Let’s Talk: Gifts for staff and clients – is it worth it?

Should you give staff members gifts? How about clients and colleagues? Is there value in gifting a little something, to show someone they mean something to you and your organisation?