Entrepreneur
  • May 26 2020 A conversation with Bryony Cole: Falling into the sextech industry

    Leading on from our previous conversation with Bryony Cole, we decided to chat to her about how she fell into what some may consider a “taboo” industry.  Previously, Bryony was working at Microsoft as the Head of Community and Thought Leadership, where she stumbled upon technologists who were making all types of technology for social Read More…

  • May 8 2020 Business woman Jen McCloy on her newest COVID-19 cash flow initiative Vouch For You

    Vouch For You is an online voucher marketplace, connecting businesses of all types with customers by offering prepaid discounted vouchers for goods and services. Created by Jen and Ewen McCloy, husband and wife duo, in a time where businesses need cash flow solutions more than ever. The platform, launched this week, is not a charity Read More…

  • May 1 2020 Founder of Emperor Champagne, Kyla Kirkpatrick, on her phenomenal sales despite Covid-19

    Kyla Kirkpatrick is today’s female entrepreneur, who is founder of The Champagne Dame and Emperor Champagne, and we quiz her on the phenomenal sales and success she is having despite COVID-19.   Sales for champagne have perhaps surprisingly gone up by 400% (YOY, stat taken last week), with Kyla realising that despite isolation, her customers Read More…

  • April 24 2020 Social entrepreneur Mandy Richards: “Our aim is to democratise entrepreneurship”

    Mandy Richards’s entrepreneurship all started with an appearance on the Australian series of Dragons Den; from there she has gone to establish herself as a social entrepreneur, founding the Global Sisters initiative in 2016.  Global Sisters provides women with the tools and resources to establish or grow their own business in the aim of “democratising” Read More…

  • April 17 2020 Advice for starting a business? “Trust your instincts, then work your ass off”

    Djordje (DJ) Dikic, with co-founder Rocky Liang, launched Australian B2C paint brand Tint only five months ago in December 2019. Since the coronavirus outbreak, their sales have increased dramatically, confirming their suspicions that their business idea was what was needed in the paint industry and direct-to-consumer market.  DJ’s advice for succeeding in business is to Read More…

  • April 3 2020 Entrepreneur Lis Armstrong’s story and her essential COVID-19 pivots

    Lis Armstrong founded her vegan chocolate business Treat Dreams in 2015, after craving dairy-free treats herself and seeing the demand from others in the same situation. Starting simply with a Facebook page, a photo album of the products customers could buy and an email address, Treat Dreams has now grown into a large team, with Read More…

  • March 27 2020 Corporate meditation for uncertainty and stress, Luke McLeod’s approach

    We’re interrupting the coronavirus/small business coverage briefly, to bring you our regular entrepreneur Friday with Luke McLeod, who is the founder of Soul Alive. The meditation startup is bringing calmness into a world of panic and uncertainty… so it’s particularly relevant right now with the coronavirus pandemic escalating across the world.  With meditation and self-care on 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 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…

  • February 28 2020 The top 5 Australian female entrepreneurs of 2019

    With International Women’s Day around the corner, we’ve rounded up some of the most notable Australian female entrepreneurs that spoke to Dynamic Business in 2019.   We’re taking IWD as an opportunity to showcase some of the brilliant women that have seen exceptional success in the Australian small business landscape, taking on leadership roles across Read More…

  • February 21 2020 This is how entrepreneur Jo Palmer spent her grant prize of $40,000

    Last year Jo Palmer, founder of Pointer Remote Roles, won $40,000 in St.George’s 2019 Kick Start Program in the ‘fast pitch’ category; the pitching process gave her the confidence in business articulation and skill, and the money gave her the opportunity to hire her first employee with reassurance. Jo founded her business in 2017, with Read More…

  • February 14 2020 Brotherly ties bringing out the best in business: An entrepreneur pair

    Digital marketing agency brothers grow a $5 million business and shoot to the top with an Amazon bestseller There’s something intriguing about successful sibling duos. Think Serena and Venus, Chris and Liam Hemsworth, Ben and Casey Affleck – the list goes on. How is it that there is so much talent in one family? It Read More…

  • February 7 2020 From bullying victim to founder of Bullyology: Jessica Hickman’s story

    Jessica Hickman is a determined advocate for positive change. Having won awards and recognition for her work, she is a dynamic activist in the field of bullying and mental health in work, school and online environment. However, before becoming the champion that she is today, she also suffered from extensive and prolonged workplace bullying that Read More…

  • January 31 2020 “I had hit rock bottom”: How Linda Monique climbed up to where she is now

    Linda Monique is the founder of ALMO milk, which is a five year old almond milk business that has a huge global presence. After overcoming some huge personal and business obstacles, Linda has persevered in making her premium brand a success.  This has included overcoming the “logistics nightmare” of being an Australian grown company, completely Read More…

  • January 24 2020 Top10 Dynamic Entrepreneurs: The family duo behind Payright

    What are the best things about working alongside your brother? A “strong team dynamic” and “complementary skill sets,” according to Top10 Dynamic Entrepreneurs Myles and Piers Redward. The brothers work together as the co-founders and joint CEOs of Payright, which is the latest payment plan provider in the market that targets products and services with higher price Read More…

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