According to Roy Morgan, there are currently 2.1 million business travellers in Australia alone. For a country that is home to one of the world’s busiest flight routes (Melbourne – Sydney), this won’t come as a surprise to many, but as corporate travel continues to grow domestically, the bottom line impact on business expenses is being Read More…
Week in review
Fri 16 November 2018 - 11:03 amFeatured | Growing | Week in review
This week was a interesting week in small business news. A franchise CEO stepped down, an expert wrote about the importance of a story and we heard from a military duo who became entrepreneurs.
Dynamic business chose the top snippets of the week.
KX Pilates founder Aaron Smith has stepped down from his position as Chief Executive Officer eight years after he founded the award-winning fitness franchise. Smith will continue to serve as the sole shareholder of the company and will play an important role in the overall brand direction of the company. Replacing Smith will be Selina Bridge, the former General Manager of Curves Oceania.
It seems every second business article is about storytelling these days. But which stories boost customer loyalty? And how do you go about collecting and developing those stories?
Peter Liston and Matthew Moseley are business partners and worked side-by-side serving in Afghanistan as part of the Australian army. After hanging up their uniforms, both men found it very challenging to transition into corporate life and decided to have a go at entrepreneurship.
Enjoy the weekend!
- December 6 2019 Top10 Dynamic Entrepreneurs: Aaron Smith of KX Pilates talks about tough entrepreneurial times
- December 4 2019 Let’s talk: Co-workers
- December 3 2019 Deloitte Australia crowned best Aussie workplace for new dads
- December 2 2019 Talking innovation culture: Adam Westwood of Roam, shares his experience on creating a culture of creativity