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Let’s talk: Interviews

When carrying out interviews, what are the best questions and strategies you use to determine whether the candidate is really the right person for...

Founder of Emperor Champagne, Kyla Kirkpatrick, on her phenomenal sales despite Covid-19

Kyla Kirkpatrick is today's female entrepreneur, who is founder of The Champagne Dame and Emperor Champagne, and we quiz her on the phenomenal sales...

Advice for starting a business? “Trust your instincts, then work your ass off”

Djordje (DJ) Dikic, with co-founder Rocky Liang, launched Australian B2C paint brand Tint only five months ago in December 2019. Since the coronavirus outbreak,...

How Single Touch Payroll is affecting businesses now

Now that Single Touch Payroll (STP) has been live for over half a year, we wanted to know - from the perspective of small...

goki co-founder, Jack Bowcott, on their re-brand and US$3m investment with Hostelworld

Today our guest is Jack Bowcott, who is the co-founder of goki, which was up until recently called Tipi – a hostel-focused technology company. goki...

Rufus & Coco CEO and founder on going from startup to global enterprise

Anneke van den Broek has built a globally successful business in the pet care industry. Rufus & Coco is Australia’s most awarded pet care brand,...

How to use your previous job to map your next business move

By: Glenn Cochran, Regional Director at RB Australia and New Zealand Research by McCrindle  shows that the average tenure within a job in Australia is...

What job interviewees are looking for

It’s easy to feel like the odds are stacked against you in an interview. Even the most talented people succumb to nerves and struggle...

The case for interviewing potential customers

Your potential customers will question you or your product before deciding to commit, but most startups don’t realise that they should do the same. What...

The hiring mistakes that fuel staff turnover

The ability to hire the right staff can make or break an entire operation. Consider this: the Australian Human Resources Institute (AHRI) estimates staff turnover...

‘Software governs most of what a business does’: Hyperautomation in 2020

"Software has become the spinal cord of a business."  Those are the words of Appian co-founder and CEO Matt...

Customer loyalty the key to successful Christmas sales, new research finds

New research has revealed an opportunity for retailers to grow their business and create long-term relationships with customers over the Christmas season.

Deloitte Tech Fast 50 winners 2020: full list

The Deloitte Tech Fast 50 list recognises Australia's fastest growing tech companies. This year, the Fast 50 had an average growth of...

How to get your small business started online

2020 changed the way Australians live, work, and shop like never before. The COVID-19 restrictions encouraged many people once resistant to buying...

The business case for stricter data practices: Why businesses aren’t waiting for the rules to change

Consumer data privacy continues to be a hotly debated topic; especially in countries like Australia where we are yet to introduce updated...

Growing complexity in cloud architecture increases vulnerability to ransomware attacks, research says

As the need for multi-cloud adoption has increased with remote working, businesses have become more vulnerable to ransomware attacks.

Meet the Aussie fintech founder who has grown his business by 4000% in 12 months

“The reality is, if you make it easy for people to buy things, more people will buy things.” Those...

How the disposable nature of tech is putting your businesses data at risk

It has become common practice for people to chase the latest technology trends. As tech becomes part of our everyday life, the...