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Let’s Talk: Management

Hiring people to work in your business effectively means entrusting others with fulfilling your vision. Scary thought, right? With this in mind, it’s imperative...

Let’s Talk: Leadership

At the helm of every great company is a great leader. Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk and Richard Branson... Home-grown heroes like Melanie Perkins, Scott...

Let’s Talk: Success

"What is the biggest growth barrier Australian startups are facing?" That’s the question Dynamic Business put to more than 20 entrepreneurs and industry experts, this week, for...

Let’s Talk: Social Networking

“Can social media generate fruitful business partnerships?” That’s the question Dynamic Business put to 17 entrepreneurs and industry experts, this week, for our exclusive...

Let’s Talk… Late Payments

SMEs are vulnerable to late payers in Australia, with Small Business Ombudsman Kate Carnell stating, in April, that larger organisations are using them as...

Let’s Talk: Ecommerce

“How can Australia’s e-retailers best prepare for Amazon?” That’s the question Dynamic Business put to nearly 20 entrepreneurs and industry experts, this week, for...

Shippit taps into BigCommerce customer base

By partnering with ecommerce platform BigCommerce, Sydney-based logistics startup Shippit has gained access to "thousands of new customers", says co-founder and joint-CEO, William On....

Let’s Talk: Raising Capital (Part 1 of 2)

Dynamic Business is proud to present ‘Let’s Talk…’. This exciting new, weekly initiative provides entrepreneurs and industry experts with a forum to share rapid-fire...

‘A lack of prior experience was a boon at first’: Shippit’s co-CEO on recruiting a logistics vet

Logistics management platform Shippit has announced its first major investment since closing a $2.2m Series A capital raise in May, with the recruitment of...

Shippit’s co-CEO reveals why his start-up turned down $2.8 million from interested investors

Sydney-based logistics start-up Shippit has declined the opportunity to close a $5m Series A funding round, instead settling for a more modest $2.2 million...