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Leadership
  • November 15 2019 Rufus & Coco CEO and founder on going from startup to global enterprise

    Anneke van den Broek has built a globally successful business in the pet care industry. Rufus & Coco is Australia’s most awarded pet care brand, having received seven business awards for innovation, and winning the 2016 title of the NSW Telstra Business award. Anneke’s mission has always been to support pet owners and give back to animal Read More…

  • November 13 2019 Let’s talk: Diversity

    Not long ago we were discussing workplace culture on our Let’s Talk feature, and it brought to the surface how important it is to have a culture ‘add’ rather than just a culture ‘fit’, meaning that it’s important to seek alternative value from new employees – different in some way from the talent you already Read More…

  • November 12 2019 How business owners can gain the required confidence to start their own business

    Successful businesses rely on competent and confident owners, but building the confidence to start a business is a complex process. It consists of both the emotional readiness to commit to starting a business and the steps that must be taken to get a business off the ground. The biggest inhibitor most people encounter when considering Read More…

  • November 11 2019 Industry Insights Quarter 3, 2019: Construction remains the worst performing industry but others catch up

    It is no surprise that Construction remained the worst industry for court actions in Quarter 3, 2019. However, other industries are showing signs of catching up. Construction remained the worst-performing industry in court actions in all states with the exception of Western Australia. Western Australia which saw retail trade as the worst-performing industry for court Read More…

  • November 8 2019 Top10 Dynamic Entrepreneur 2019: Nicole Lamond on international sales and raising capital quick

    Nicole Lamond is the first entrepreneur that we are interviewing of our Top10 Dynamic Entrepreneur winners.  Nicole co-founded Eloments Tea with her business partner Julie Hirsch only in September last year, and after 4 months of sales, they impressively secured a place for their product on Woolworth’s shelves. After 6 months, they were in 1000 Read More…

  • November 6 2019 Let’s talk: Retaining talent

    It’s one task attracting talent in the first place, but once you have the right people in the door, how do you ensure the talent stays put? With very competitive talent pools for certain skills, it’s important to know what you can do as a small business owner or manager to cultivate a workplace and Read More…

  • November 1 2019 “If you’re not a tech company, you are about to be disrupted by one”; Wine-tech serial entrepreneur, Dean Taylor, shares his story

    Dean Taylor is an entrepreneur well-known in the wine world; he is named one of the 50 Stars of Wine and Top 50 People in Ecommerce and has seven – yes, seven – successful online wine ventures. Dean moved away from a career in architecture to launch his first business Wine Ark – an off-site climate-controlled storage Read More…

  • October 31 2019 Winners of the 2019 Top10 Dynamic Entrepreneurs announced

    Dynamic Business is excited to reveal the winners of the 2019 Top10 Dynamic Entrepreneurs, our annual recognition awards for exceptional entrepreneurial talent in the startup and small business space.  The nominations faced steep competition, and the judging panel had the difficult task of selecting those who they believed possessed passion, drive, skill and most importantly Read More…

  • October 30 2019 Let’s talk: Networking

    After interviewing many entrepreneurs and business leaders over the years, Dynamic Business knows how incredibly valuable networking is for creating opportunities for your business and career. In our podcast episode with Petr Adamek, for example, who is now the CEO of Canberra Innovation Network (CIN), Petr explained how he got to his position through a Read More…

  • October 29 2019 The tell-tale signs of a successful business owner

    Being a strong business owner and leading your business to success is perhaps the most important goal for business owners. To achieve this, business owners must display very specific attributes. The possession of these traits distinguishes the outstanding business owners from the average business owners. While many successful business owners share common and powerful attributes Read More…

  • October 25 2019 No digital agency would discuss ROI with him as a client, so Sabri Suby built his own, now with a $20million revenue

    Sabri Suby has gone from cold calling in his bedroom to establishing Australia’s 28th fastest growing business, with clients all around the world. King Kong is a full-service digital marketing agency founded in 2014. Sabri has bootstrapped the business since day one, a conscious decision, with the whys behind doing so explained within our interview Read More…

  • October 25 2019 The top two strategies that helped this entrepreneur achieve $400million in sales

    Sabri Suby is a serial entrepreneur, founder of digital marketing agency King Kong, and author of international bestseller Sell Like Crazy. We interviewed Sabri to learn about his business journey; from his bedroom to achieving $20million+ in revenue with a team of 61. What we discovered was too good to put into one entrepreneur feature, and Read More…

  • October 23 2019 Let’s talk: New tech

    It’s 2019 and technology is always the talk of the town. Every business, and every person for that matter, uses technology in some way on a daily basis – whether dated or new, perhaps without even consciously realising.  However, those in the small business world that are joining in that conversation around tech regularly are arguably Read More…

  • October 18 2019 Why business owners should manage their business as an asset

    For many business owners, their business provides a means of employment and an income. Often, they started the business for that very purpose. However, by not treating their business as an asset, they could be missing out on growth opportunities, or the potential to move from running the business day-to-day to a more flexible and Read More…

  • October 18 2019 Tammy Barton started at the kitchen table and now has a $34-million-a-year business: Full interview

    Tammy Barton is the founder and Director of My Budget, a financial services company dedicated to reducing financial stress in the community.  Barton founded MyBudget in 1999 after witnessing the devastating impact debt can have on people’s lives. The business literally started at her kitchen table, with Tammy showing friends and family how to put a Read More…