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  • August 7 2019 Let’s talk: Startups

    Everyone wants to know the special ingredients needed to make a startup succeed. When dedicating all of your energy, time and financial investment into founding a company, there comes a huge personal drive to make it work no matter what the odds are. In those inevitable times of doubt and trouble on a startup journey, Read More…

  • August 6 2019 Australians prioritising non-salary benefits to offset cost of living and slow wage growth 

    A new report from the Australian Bureau of Statistics Consumer Price Index indicates that the cost of goods and services have increased 1.6 per cent over the past year. As employees are faced with the rising cost of living coupled with slow wage growth, they are looking to increase their total remuneration and offset living Read More…

  • August 5 2019 Why Gen Y are moving to non-bank lenders

    Gen Y is all about “on demand”. From TV to food and clothes, this is a generation all about convenience. Having been brought up immersed in technology, Gen Y like to order what they want, when they want, and from the comfort of their own homes. This is equally true with managing their finances. Generally Read More…

  • August 2 2019 How Bridget Carmady overcame huge personal loss and used it to light her entrepreneurship fire

    Bridget Carmady is a naturopath turned skincare business owner, who was motivated by her own personal experiences and a desire to address a gap in the market, to found Clemence Organics 3 years ago.  In her Blue Mountains based clinic, Bridget saw first-hand that her clients’ skincare needs weren’t met by other products on the Read More…

  • August 1 2019 The essential guide to obtaining small business funding

    A Business Funding Guide that aims to tackle the funding crisis faced by Australian small businesses has been developed and launched by Kate Carnell, the Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman (ASBFEO) in partnership with Scottish Pacific Business Finance. The guide is primarily written for accountants, bookkeepers, brokers and other financial advisers, to help their small business Read More…

  • August 1 2019 How gender diversity can drive innovation for Australian SMBs

    By Adrian Towsey, Area Vice President, Small & Medium Business, Salesforce APAC For the average Australian SMB owner, the calls to innovate and diversify their workforce in the vein of their large competitors, coming from commentators and politicians, can often ring hollow when their main priority is ensuring that suppliers and employees are paid on Read More…

  • July 31 2019 Let’s talk: Aspiration

    Who is your business icon, or what model do you base your business on and why? In today’s Let’s Talk, this is the question that we asked the industry experts. As business leaders, owners and entrepreneurs it’s imperative to have passion and drive, and it would be very rare to find a successful entrepreneur who didn’t Read More…

  • July 31 2019 The real ROI of influencer marketing

    Recently Dynamic Business attended “Making Influencer Marketing a Success”, a panel discussion focused on helping brands make sense of what defines a great influencer campaign, the questions to ask and the data to look for. This was hosted by Taryn who was joined by Bernice Averion, Growth Marketer at Koala.com and Sally O’Neil @thefitfoodieblog, influencer, Jamie Oliver Read More…

  • July 31 2019 Taryn Williams: What it takes to run 2 businesses successfully

    Taryn Williams is the CEO and founder of theright.fit and Wink Models. She is one of Australia’s most popular female entrepreneurs and digital influencers. A former model, Taryn launched Wink Models in 2007 at the age of 21 and it has since cemented its place as one of Australia’s leading commercial modelling agencies with turnover Read More…

  • July 31 2019 Collaborative AI: The Future of Small Business in Australia

    Running a small business is rewarding but challenging. In fact, respondents in one survey cited it as bigger source of stress than children. And yet, with 4.8 million people working in 2.1 million small businesses in Australia, they also make up the largest employment sector. Improving life for small business ripples throughout the whole community. Read More…

  • July 30 2019 The hospitality problem: Why staff are being underpaid and how STP is set to stop it

    By: Angus Capel, Small Business Advocate, Xero George Calombaris is the latest in a long list of hospitality bosses to be caught underpaying their workers. This time, by millions of dollars. And while public response has been swift in condemning the now-former Masterchef star, this behaviour is nothing new within the industry. Indeed, it follows Read More…

  • July 29 2019 Understand Gen Z to harness their strengths at work

    By: Christian Lucarelli, Vice President Sales APAC, Nintex Thinking of taking a young person on in your business and wondering how they’ll fit in? A rising tide of Generation Z – Australians born between 1996 and 2012 – has begun entering the workforce in recent years. Understanding what makes them tick can help ensure both Read More…

  • July 26 2019 “Be a gazelle and not an elephant”; Fastest growing Aussie apparel company Slyletica sees 104% growth this year

    Slyletica was founded four years ago by Simon and Yetta Rawadi and the couple have created a global apparel manufacturing and brand development agency that handle some of the best activewear brands in the world. In just over 3 years, they have created ranges for over 100 clients from 12 countries and have made $16.9 million Read More…

  • July 26 2019 One in two Aussie shoppers avoid brands after a bad delivery experience

    A global study has revealed that Aussie shoppers will pay the most for overnight shipping and are least concerned about the environmental impact of online shopping.  BigCommerce today released Shipping, Delivered: Best Practices & Expectations for 2019; a new research study that examines survey responses of nearly 3,000 digital consumers and 800 online merchants. The Read More…

  • July 25 2019 The Morrison government policies SMEs should know

    Governor-General David Hurley has spelled out the government’s agenda for the next three years. Dynamic Business have put together a summary from his recent speech of the policies that are most relevant to small businesses and startups. Tax and economy See another 250,000 small and family businesses open over five years $158 billion worth of Read More…