Lorna Brett

Lorna was Dynamic Business’ Social Web Editor in 2011/12. She’s a social media obsessed journalist, who has a passion for small business. Outside the 9 to 5, you’re likely to find her trawling the web for online bargains, perfecting her amateur photography skills or enjoying one too many cappucinos. You can follow her on Twitter @DynamicBusiness

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Why you should be ‘always on’ on LinkedIn

Read this great story from September 25 regarding some great lessons on how to make the most of your LinkedIn account.

Kickstart your business Facebook page: six insider tips

Are you using social media to drive business? Here's some insider tips from April to help you make the most of your business Facebook page.

The four golden rules of social media

Read on for some great tips from April to help you become social media savvy.

Sydney named seventh most expensive city to live in

In February, Sydney made the list of top ten expensive cities to live in. Here is the complete story for you to enjoy.

Carolyn Creswell named business woman of the year

The brains behind the globally successful Carman’s Fine Foods business has taken home the 2012 Telstra Business Woman of the Year Award.

From risky business to hot property

Starting an organic men’s skincare line was a logical step for Paul Anderson, who had been clocking up an A-class list of clientele at his grooming salon MANKiND in Surry Hills since opening for business. It might sound like a dream run, but as Anderson explains in this interview, he couldn’t secure funding for what the banks considered an untested business concept - which meant taking the ultimate risk.

Take home a new Kyocera multifunction printer

Dynamic Business has teamed with Kyocera to give one lucky reader a new SoHo multifunction printer, valued at $429.

Hiring right puts start-up ahead of competition

Too many start-ups discount the need to invest in quality staff early in the piece, but that’s one mistake Dave Slutzkin was determined not to make when setting up Flippa. Here’s how the start-up CEO ensured he staffed the business right, from day one.

From superfood to super profits

Mai Haven is responsible for introducing Konjac, the latest and greatest superfood to the Australian market, after using it as a home remedy to help her husband lose weight. Here’s how she used a vegetable from her childhood to create a business that’s set to grow 500 percent this financial year

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