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  • 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 The solution to small business late payments (Part 2)

    In Part 1 of Small Business Late Payment Solutions, we talked about how late payments are costing small businesses and that everyone – big business, small business, bookkeepers, accountants, advisors and small business advocates – all need to do their part to fix this issue. The discussion touched on the importance of technology and credit 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 Lazy and entitled? Millennials break their stereotype, operating the fastest-growing small businesses in Oz

    In Australia, more than a third of small businesses are now run by Millennials, and according to the latest research by Xero, they are ready to expand their businesses. Small business owners under 35 are ready to grow and have concrete plans to hire new staff, acquire more resources and build their companies. In doing Read More…

  • October 29 2019 Co-founders of musician-booking platform Muso raise $1.5m in seed funding

    Co-founders Jeremiah Siemianow, Brandon Crimmins and Alan Jin launched Muso last year and have already signed up 150 venues and 850 artists across Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Muso is a digital marketplace helping local musicians find and book live gigs across Australia by connecting them with venues looking to uncover and access new talent. Since Read More…

  • October 28 2019 How IT professionals can “tech up” and beat their daily grind

    Tech skills are in demand due the huge digital shift we are seeing across all industries, and tech teams within businesses are under pressure everyday to meet deadlines, deliver projects and solve problems.  Patrick Hubbard, from SolarWinds, explains how IT professionals can overcome this pressure and high workload to ensure that they are continuing their 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 24 2019 Character traits to succeed as a small business

    Whilst having a good understanding on the governance controls and financial duties of operating your SME are important a 2017 NAB (Character Traits of Successful SMEs) has found that its less about these and more about your passion, grit, resilience and developing a growth mindset that really matter. According to Kwanghui Lim, Associate professor of 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 22 2019 Small businesses not targeting millennials or Gen Z enough, missing out

    The latest American Express SME Pulse research reveals that more than 75 percent of Australian small businesses don’t have strategies in place to appeal to millennials or Generation Z (1).  This is despite the fact that growing their market shares in this target area will dramatically boost their financial performance, even within just the next Read More…

  • October 21 2019 Body transformation startup gets AI make-over ahead of overseas expansion

    Health-tech app Equalution is partnering with the emerging tech start-up, Devika, to deliver an agile Artificial Intelligence (AI) solution to their users.  Devika will be supporting the Sydney based startup with the integration of AI into the already successful body transformation app as the company gears up for global expansion. The collaboration will streamline the Equalution platform’s user experience Read More…

  • October 21 2019 Aussie resistance to change leading to tech lag

    In order to stay globally competitive, businesses need to invest in their staff, building future-ready and technology-focused skills. However, independent research by specialised recruiter Robert Half shows that Australian employers find it significantly more challenging to train and hire staff to implement new technologies compared to their global peers. 87% of Australian business leaders say Read More…

  • October 21 2019 Men’s health startup MOSH backed by Tinder founders

    MOSH was founded after best mates David Narunsky and Gabe Baker recognised there was a significant gap in the Australian market for a men’s health-tech platform. Their vision was recognised by TINDER founders Sean Rad and Justin Mateen, who invested in MOSH and now act as advisors. In an industry historically plagued by unfair contracts and Read More…

  • October 18 2019 HR has a branding problem, wouldn’t you agree?

    HR is often seen as a negative thing in the workplace, and in small businesses and startups it can be hard to know what the best steps are to implement a successful HR manager or team to lead your teams to greatness. How can we overcome the negative connotations of HR at work, in order Read More…