The week in review

Featured | Week in review

By Gali Blacher

Innovation has been the key word this past week in Australian small business news. GoFundMe launched a game changing policy, a vitamin company is disrupting the market and Aaron Smith gave some key advice on creating a franchise. 

Dynamic Business has picked the best news snippets of the week.

GoFundMe removes platform fee

GoFundMe, the world’s largest social fundraising platform, has introduced free crowdfunding and the GoFundMe Guarantee—the first and only policy of its kind in the industry—in Australia. Now with a 0% platform fee and powerewd by voluntary donor contributions, GoFundMe offers Australians the safest and quickest way to support one another.

The all natural vitamin brand disrupting the market 

Chemist Warehouse has recently announced it is backing the launch of an all new natural vitamin company, The Natural Vitamin Co. This innovative company is really disrupting the Australian vitamin and supplement market by launching a brand new range of nutrient rich vitamins that are all natural and contain no chemicals.

The four pillars you need to start a franchise 

With the opening of KX Pilates’ 50th studio and international expansion, founder and CEO Aaron Smith shares his four tips for building a successful franchise business.

Have a wonderful weekend and we’ll be back next week with all the top SMB news.

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