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How Kylie Jenner changed the FRANKII SWIM brand

Rebecca Klodinskly is the designer and director behind Aussie swimwear sensation FRANKII SWIM which in five short years has become a highly sought-after and internationally...

Entrepreneur tips for scaling your online business

Amy McWaters is the COO of The Hamper Emporium and is responsible for the day-to-day operations and logistics of the company, while ensuring customer satisfaction....

Advice for young wanna-be entrepreneurs from Peta Shulman

When Peta Shulam was only 25 when she came up with the simple concept of sampling health foods. Her passion for finding these products led...

Jessica Sepel on mastering organic Instagram growth for a $7m year

From influencer to big business, this nutritionist organically grew her company – JSHealth - through effective online personal branding. She discusses how she manages...

25 year old Newcastle entrepreneur launches ‘Tinder for Food’ app

Meet Jessica Koncz: the founder of new food app EatSee where people can see their menu options before ordering A 25 year old female...

LVLY Co-Founder Hannah Spilva discusses the biggest challenges entrepreneurial women face

LVLY is an Australian start up that has become the Uber of gift giving since it was founded by Hannah Spilva and Verity Tuck...

Female investors support One Roof’s expansion in Melbourne

Female only co-working space One Roof has secured investment from female investors to secure their next premise in Melbourne. Sheree Rubinstein, CEO of One Roof,...

Fem-care brand Moxie’s new makeover

Dynamic Business has a chat to Moxie's Co-founder.

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Meet the CEO changing the property management game

Dynamic Business chats to MadeComfy's CEO.

Fast food CEO takes home ‘Rising Star’ award

Young leader gets prestigious accolade at QSR awards.

Australian beauty brand, Babe Australia, builds overseas presence with the help of Efic’s export loan

Efic’s Small Business Export Loan helped Victorian-based beauty product business, Babe Australia (Babe), deliver on three purchase orders in the US and Mexico and...

Why do only 2 per cent of female business owners earn over $1 million in revenue?

Did you know that only two per cent of female business owners exceed $1 million in revenue? As a business owner myself, when I...

How business school opens doors for women

Women who want to rise to executive roles, start their own business, or gain more credibility and confidence at work should not overlook a...

Sustainable competitive advantages are no longer relevant, businesses warned

In today’s fast-paced, ever-changing world of business, a company’s competitive advantage is no longer a 'sure-thing', a globally-recognised strategy expert has warned. Speaking at the World...

2016 Telstra Business Women’s Awards: Entries Open!

Now in their 22nd year of continued recognition and support of business women in Australia, 2016 marks the launch of a new category to recognise...

Why The Government Should Focus On Paternity Leave

  The Turnbull government has been cautious in making changes to parental leave. The previous Abbott government had a generous package in planning, but that...

Mums in the workplace should also be celebrated this Mother’s Day

  Outside of work, we all use Mother’s Day as an opportunity to reflect on and be thankful for everything our mothers do for us....

The construction industry: It’s time to put gender stereotypes aside and embrace the power of diversity

When you imagine a construction worker, would you think of that person as male or female? It’s perhaps not necessary to state the assumed...

A story rarely told: Some start-ups refute alarming failure statistics and exceed expectations

Small business failure rates are alarming – or so we are told. Along every avenue of research an enthusiastic entrepreneur will take, their spark,...