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  • March 20 2020 Free resources and help for small businesses during COVID-19

    Many businesses are offering either free services or products during this challenging time that small businesses can take advantage of. These range from software, to forums to parent-specific tools. Please follow Dynamic Business for updates on these resources, which we will continually add to, and also for updates on the stimulus package and what you Read More…

  • March 19 2020 What are casual staff entitled to amid the coronavirus outbreak?

    With governments and workplaces now rapidly escalating their responses to the COVID-19 global pandemic, the crisis has shone a spotlight on the inherent precariousness of casual employment here at home. McDonald Murholme Senior Associate Arthur Hambas says that casual workers are particularly vulnerable due to the nature of their employment. “Casual employment is essentially defined Read More…

  • March 18 2020 COVID-19 support should extend to sole traders too

    The Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman Kate Carnell has written to Prime Minister Scott Morrison, requesting support for Australia’s small business sector, including the nation’s 1.4 million sole traders. Read up on: COVID-19 economic plans and the government’s stimulus package. “The COVID-19 driven downturn is already taking an unprecedented toll on the Australian small business Read More…

  • March 18 2020 Three simple steps to improve your small business cashflow

    Ask any small business owner what keeps them up at night and they will say cashflow is their top concern. Understandably so, as it plays a pivotal role in a business’ survival. This year has started out rough for all of us. In Australia, we first had to fight through the bushfire crisis, and now Read More…

  • March 18 2020 Let’s talk: Defining your company values

    Company values help employer and employee alike to achieve their business goals through inclusion, alignment and solidarity. They are the foundation of the company, in that they mould the overall identity and purpose of the brand. They also guide the operations of a business, and provide clear directions for decision-making. For example, if a company Read More…

  • March 18 2020 What you need to know about raising capital

    For some CEOs, raising capital can be the most important and time-consuming part of their job. It’s a complex area to navigate even for the most experienced CEOs, and especially so for those who are new to the game. Vantari VR’s co-CEO Dr Nishanth Krishnananthan knows all too well the complexities involved when it comes to Read More…

  • March 17 2020 Update: Massive economic stimulus to fight virus

    Finance Minister Mathias Cormann has signalled an unprecedented economic stimulus package to fight the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The Morrison government is considering a second round of measures to add to its $17.6 billion economic boost announced last week. Senator Cormann said businesses would close while people lost jobs during the pandemic that’s sweeping Read More…

  • March 16 2020 What my 9-year-old taught me about start-ups and the meaning of life

    In this Kickstart Monday article, Kent Kwan talks us through his one piece of business advice and his lessons regarding startups and the meaning of life – all of which has been inspired by his 9-year-old daughter. On a quiet evening just before bedtime, my nine-year-old daughter asked me out of the blue…why do we Read More…

  • March 13 2020 From model to self-care mogul: Ryan Channing and the rise of BLAQ

    Ryan Channing, founder of The Blaq Group, talks to us about how he turned his passion for self-care into a multi-million dollar hustle, with three skincare brands – BLAQ, Generation Clay and Flight Mode – currently under his belt. The Blaq Group was founded by Ryan in mid-2018 after the success of his beauty brand Generation Clay, Read More…

  • March 11 2020 The top workplace articles of 2019

    Dynamic Business has always been about the workplace, and in 2019 we covered a range of topics such as employee satisfaction and engagement, work-life balance, hiring and firing, attracting and growing talent, workplace trends and worker rights. Each year, we talk to experts from diverse backgrounds who provide us with the best information, tips and Read More…

  • March 11 2020 Let’s talk: Public relations magic

    What is public relations and how can businesses really make the most of PR to elevate their brand and reach customers? That’s what we’re answering and discussing in today’s Let’s Talk on “PR Magic.” Public Relations (PR) is essentially (to take it in reverse) the relationship with your public – and the maintenance and professional Read More…

  • March 10 2020 Why all businesses need to pay attention to data literacy

    According to McKinsey Global Institute, data-driven organisations are 23 times more likely to acquire customers, six times more likely to retain customers, and 19 times more likely to be profitable than organisations that don’t leverage their data. Having data literacy is among the most pressing objectives for many executives. With more organisations recognising the importance Read More…

  • March 9 2020 Cash flow: Four business strategies to ensure consistency

    Steady cash flow lies at the heart of all successful businesses, regardless of either their size or industry. Achieving and maintaining it is imperative for long term success and stability – however, it’s not an easy feat to secure. The reality is that many small businesses experience seasonal ebbs and flows in their cash flow Read More…

  • March 6 2020 Modibodi founder on period underwear and female entrepreneurship

    Modibodi founder Kristy Chong talks to us about her taboo period underwear business that she has built from the ground up, single-handedly, since founding the company in 2013. Kristy is a fantastic example of a successful female entrepreneur. She has a PR background, but she knew she always wanted to launch her own business. It was simply Read More…

  • March 6 2020 What the big businesses are doing for International Women’s Day

    International Women’s Day is held annually on the 8th of March, as a celebration of women’s achievements. It is a chance for businesses, big and small, to show their customers and community that they support gender equality. Many big brands are involved in a marketing front, and/or they’re involved behind-the-scenes with some initiatives that showcase Read More…