Stephanie Zillman

Stephanie is the editor-at-large of Dynamic Business. Stephanie brings with her a passion for journalism, business, and new ideas. On her days off, you might find her reading a book on the beach.

Entrepreneur bringing inbound calls home

At just 19 years of age, Jordan Grives found himself pitching his then brand new telecommunications service to C-suite executives at some of Australia’s most well-known companies.

Small tech pioneers IPO gains

A handful of Aussie tech companies are proving that it’s not just the big companies who can cut it on the ASX.

Get with the mobile times

Not optimised for mobile? You’re about to be penalised for it.

Australia “stalling out” in digital innovation

Australia is stalling when it comes to the digital revolution, according to a number of top academics and even the government's own independent report commissioned last year.

Government to await white paper before enacting tax reform

According to the Inspector-General of Taxation (IGT) Ali Norooz, there are a number of changes the government could make to the landscape of taxation...

Battle to recover super from phoenix operators intensifies

The Australian Taxation Office is ramping up its response to rogue phoenix operators who exploit seasonal workers, and pocket their superannuation entitlements.

Play to your strengths in battle

Australians prefer to support local businesses, both in terms of retail and in services, a new report has found.

Impact of overseas retailers felt across Australia’s CBDs

Until the arrival of large and mid-range international retailers such as Zara, Topshop and more recently, Sephora, there was an affordability gulf protecting Australia's own mid-market brands.

Consumer Sentiment plunges even further

In the midst of the peak retail period for the year, the news that consumer sentiment has fallen for the ninth straight month could not come at a worse time.

Avoid a Christmas cash-flow nightmare

The silly season may be switching into gear, but with the increased costs on both businesses and consumers alike, SMEs must ensure they have a plan of attack at the ready.

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Deloitte Tech Fast 50 winners 2020: full list

The Deloitte Tech Fast 50 list recognises Australia's fastest growing tech companies. This year, the Fast 50 had an average growth of...

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2020 changed the way Australians live, work, and shop like never before. The COVID-19 restrictions encouraged many people once resistant to buying...

The business case for stricter data practices: Why businesses aren’t waiting for the rules to change

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Growing complexity in cloud architecture increases vulnerability to ransomware attacks, research says

As the need for multi-cloud adoption has increased with remote working, businesses have become more vulnerable to ransomware attacks.

2020 Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Australia awards: winners announced

Half Dome, a Victorian media buying agency seeking to shake up the advertising sector, was today announced as the overall winner of...

Meet the Aussie fintech founder who has grown his business by 4000% in 12 months

“The reality is, if you make it easy for people to buy things, more people will buy things.” Those...

How the disposable nature of tech is putting your businesses data at risk

It has become common practice for people to chase the latest technology trends. As tech becomes part of our everyday life, the...

Three ways small businesses can combat remote work obstacles

Since COVID-19, companies such as Twitter, Atlassian, Slack and Facebook have made headlines for letting their staff work remotely "forever." So far,...