Ronni Kahn is one of the country’s most well-respected social entrepreneurs, having led the Australian shift toward social consciousness since launching her not-for-profit organisation OzHarvest in 2004. This week, she's the star of our Friday Entrepreneur Fix.
Avid global trotter turned online entrepreneur Jia En Teo channelled her frustrations with the online short-term holiday rental sector into creating Roomorama, a very profitable business that's leading the property rental marketplace after merging with Fabrice Grindaalso of Lofty.com and securing $2.1 million in seed funding.
Liam Taylor made a significant career change in 2009, moving from personal trainer to CEO of Perth-based business Surge Fitness and becoming a respected business leader in the three years since. Before Taylor took the helm at Surge, the business was on the brink of insolvency but it now boasts an annual revenue of over $3 million and a membership of more than 3,000.
New Sydney start-up Ticket Ninja is tapping into the marketing potential of social media users and giving them free event tickets, in return. Founder and entrepreneur John X spoke to Dynamic Business about how his business is changing the events marketplace.
This week's Friday Entrepreneur Fix features Ruth Gallace, one half of the entrepreneurial duo behind the country's only 100 percent pure fruit cider range Cheeky Rascal, and with 880 percent growth in the last year alone, business is booming.
Few businesses can boast 45 years of business but that’s the anniversary iconic homecare business DIAL-AN-ANGEL is celebrating this year and CEO Danielle Robertson is sharing the secrets to business longevity.