Michelle Sammut

Michelle Sammut is an intern at Dynamic Business. She is completing a Communication and Media degree at The University of Notre Dame majoring in Journalism and English Literature. She likes news and community radio, writing and quiet time.

The four best April Fools jokes of 2012

Earlier in the year, businesses joined in the April Fools fun. We look back at the four best April Fools pranks of 2012.

Apple named World’s Most Admired Company

Catch up on this popular story from March, when Apple were named World's Most Admired Company.

Optus delivers stronger 3G network and expands 4G services

Optus has officially launched one of the country's largest 3G network enhancement projects together with the expansion of the availability of its 4G services to businesses in Sydney and Perth.

Three ways to protect against global sourcing fraud

Local SMBs are turning to global sourcing at a growing rate to bring down the costs of doing business, which is blurring the defined borders of international markets. Sourcing internationally isn’t without risks though, which makes it important that businesses learn how to vet suppliers and improve their financial awareness.

Keeping it in the family: 10 leadership lessons

Running a family business means not only managing relationships with family, but also overseeing leadership skills which may differ from typical values held by your kin. Use these 10 lessons to build a solid leadership structure for your family business, to ensure its longevity.

Over half of all Aussies now shop online, says research

Over half of Australians over the age of 15 have made an online purchase, according to new research, with figures also pointing toward the likelihood that online spend will grow a further 17 percent this year alone.

Five ways to protect valuable data on-the-go

The BYOD trend as well as the rise of cloud computing and remote video teleconferencing have meant that securing sensitive data on-the-go is becoming a growing challenge for SMBs. Here are five tips for every business owners to consider when travelling.

SMBs experiencing growth, despite troubled economic conditions

Two-thirds of SMBs have experienced growth over the last two years, which a new survey is attributing to good business planning and financial management, and many expect continued growth over the next two years.

SMB owners happy to start-up again, despite economic climate

Despite the fragility of the current economic climate, SMB owners have reported they would start up a business again, with research finding 70 percent are happy with their entrepreneurial career choice.

ClubsNSW working to break the workplace bullying cycle

Some 2.5 million Australians have been impacted by workplace bullying at some point in their working lives, and now a major employer hopes that by conducting reference checks on potential young employees will break the cycle of bullying in the workplace.

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