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.

Mothers face the widest gender pay gap

The ‘motherhood penalty’ is a major factor in Australia’s gender pay gap and an issue that must be addressed with greater urgency, the Diversity Council Australia has said.

Queensland Small Business Week kicks off

Running from September 1-6, a collaboration between the Queensland Government and independent stakeholders will play host to a dedicated week in support of small business.

Australian Made launches in South Australia

The not-for-profit organisation that administers and promotes Australia’s country-of-origin certification trademark is set to launch in South Australia.

‘Doing the right thing’ – fringe to mainstream

Being the emotion-driven person that I am, it’s always more fun to debate the big issues of politics and economics with someone who brings a different perspective, and so my brother makes a perfect sparring partner.

Have your say on tax reform

Australian businesses are invited to have their say on the current tax system and its impact on their operations.

Reaping the fruits of their labour: success in the Hunter Valley

Sipping chardonnay and looking out across rows of perfectly manicured grape vines doesn’t quite compute with the day-to-day reality of running a vineyard. Not to mention an on-site winery, cellar door, and restaurant.

Maggie Beer acknowledges misleading labelling

Celebrity chef Maggie Beer’s company – Maggie Beer Products Pty Ltd – has been reprimanded by the consumer watchdog for falsely representing a number of gourmet products as having been manufactured in South Australia, when they were in fact made in Queensland.

Prejudice in the lucky country

In a world that is so firmly entrenched in turmoil, violence, and hatred – Australia is not called the lucky country for no reason.

Telstra warns of four-fold increase in telephone scams

Telstra is reminding customers across Australia to be wary of scammers who attempt to obtain their personal information via telephone.

Support Small Business Day: Victoria

Victorians are gearing up for the second annual Support Small Business Day to be held on Saturday 4 October.

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