Tags Concept

Tag: Concept

Entrepreneur focuses on man’s best friend

As a child, Alex Bedwani desperately wanted a dog. When his parents said they did not fancy the prospect of such a long-term responsibility, 11-year-old Alex came up with a simple concept: start minding other people’s dogs for short periods of time.

Riding the craft beer wave

It was passion that compelled Tim Thomas to start his own brewery in South Nowra and make a play for a slice of the growing craft beer market.

Aussies dream of becoming entrepreneurs

Over 50 per cent of Australians are dreaming of becoming entrepreneurs, according to Optus research.

misschu: from catering service to international brand

In several years, Nahji Chu has managed to turn what began as a small kitchen based catering business into a multimillion brand spanning locations across both Melbourne and Sydney as well as gaining a foothold in the UK.

The entrepreneurs selling a blueprint for success

They’re the management consultancy team dedicated to ensuring your business has what it takes to succeed.

Former corporate finds niche in handmade resurgence

Between the demise of the Yellow Pages and the growth of mass-produced ‘cookie cutter’ furniture – it was only a matter of time before a backlash started.

Social enterprise making a splash

Go back not all that long ago, and the concept of paying $3+ for a small plastic bottle of water would have prompted gasps at the sheer audacity of such a ‘product’.

Record producer making a crust and loving it

Michael McGlynn is frank about the purpose of his studio: he wants it to produce quality art. The higher the quality of the product, the better it is for business.

Chance-encounter a life changing experience

Starting out as a boutique makeup brush brand 12 years ago, the chance meeting between an Australian entrepreneur and a makeup artist in London preceded the complete transformation of an Australian brand.

New business concept to help Aussie artists

Juliet Rosser believes in supporting Australian artists. So much so that she set up a business to promote their work and better engage the public with the arts sector.