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Meet the wine label targeting palates, and iPhone users

Meet the wine label targeting palates, and iPhone users

As many entrepreneurs would recognise, Suzi Devine’s drive to business came from finding a gap in the industry. In her case, it was the wine …

Complacency: Why we need to talk more about it

Complacency: Why we need to talk more about it

Complacency has seen the demise of many brands. It is the worst mistake businesses, especially startups, can make. Yet, it doesn’t get the same …

Government boosts contract protection for small business

Government boosts contract protection for small business

The Commonwealth Government has announced an extension of the unfair contract protections currently available, a move to further protect the …

Entrepreneur bringing inbound calls home

Entrepreneur bringing inbound calls home

At just 19 years of age, Jordan Grives found himself pitching his then brand new telecommunications service to C-suite executives at some of …

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Older Australians outdrinking under 30s

Older Australians outdrinking under 30s

Young people love to drink. While that stereotype may have been brought on by a general whiff of truth, it turns out older Aussies are actually the ones likely to drink more.

SME revenue hits highest point since September 2011

SME revenue hits highest point since September 2011

Prospects seem brighter for Australia’s SME sector as it shows its strongest performance of the last four years, while the proportion of businesses experiencing diminishing revenue stands at a five year low.

Six powerful marketing videos to grow your business

Six powerful marketing videos to grow your business

Here are six of the most powerful and effective marketing videos that have been proven to create a steady stream of leads and profitable sales for business just like yours.

Amendment introduced to employee share scheme laws

Amendment introduced to employee share scheme laws

Small Business Minister Bruce Billson introduced an amendment to the laws surrounding employee share schemes, a move he said will boost Australia’s start-up sector and drive innovation.

Senate investigating Australia’s temporary working visa system

Senate investigating Australia’s temporary working visa system

As cases of rorting and exploitation of workers on 457 visas continue to surface, the Senate has voted in favour of an inquiry into the working visa system.

Business emails: Legal matters (Part 2)

Business emails: Legal matters (Part 2)

Legal ramifications associated with emailed correspondence are often overlooked, but the growing instances in which emails are used to drive legal disputes suggest we should be paying more attention.

Australia’s digital economy valued at $79 billion: Report

Australia’s digital economy valued at $79 billion: Report

A new report released by Deloitte Access Economics has calculated that Australia’s digital economy is now valued at $79 billion, passing the $70 billion estimate forecast to be hit in 2016.


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