The last week in review



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By Gali Blacher

There was a lot happening in the last week in small business news. Dynamic Business chatted with an entrepreneur changing the recycling game, the fruit industry in Australia was in dire straits and MYOB launched new products.

The entrepreneur revolutionising recycling 

Narelle Anderson has helped to revolutionise recycling in Australia.  Anderson launched Envirobank Recycling in 2010 in response to the lack of recycling in public places. The reverse vending machine technology helps to incentivise, educate and reward consumers for their good recycling habits.

MYOB launches new products 

MYOB, Australia’s cloud-based business solution software, announced that it would be expanding its MYOB Portal to all MYOB Partners, effective immediately. This provides unrivaled access for all MYOB Partners to have one consolidated view of their client’s files.

Govt funding for QLD strawberry industry

The Queensland government has given its financial support behind the state’s crisis-hit strawberry farmers after the needle contamination scare brought the industry to its knees.

Tune in for next week!

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