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  • April 5 2019 25 year old Newcastle entrepreneur launches ‘Tinder for Food’ app

    Meet Jessica Koncz: the founder of new food app EatSee where people can see their menu options before ordering A 25 year old female social media and technology entrepreneur from Newcastle, Australia, has won a $100,000 investment and a spot in the LAUNCH Accelerator program in San Francisco, after pitching the ‘Tinder for Food’ App Read More…

  • February 5 2019 How to get started as a self-employed events planner

    If you have always been the first to jump to organising family parties and have a knack for those finer details that nobody else really thinks about, there is no reason as to why you shouldn’t set up your own business in events planning. Changing your hobby to a business will mean you need to Read More…

  • October 12 2018 Why SMEs need to get smart about corporate travel

    Do you know how much time and money you are spending on business travel? For many businesses the answer is no, and they’re missing out on valuable savings. This is where SMART Corporate Travel can help. Designed specifically for Australian SMEs, this new online travel platform drives significant savings and efficiencies. Below are five of the Read More…

  • October 10 2017 Hotel sales success – how search marketing can help

    It’s the web where most travellers are booking hotel rooms these days and, if you’re looking to seize a slice of the online market, that’s exactly where you should be. However, you should note that you’re going up against lots of competition. Not just individual hotels, but chains and booking agencies all looking to get Read More…

  • June 6 2017 The highest minimum wage increase since 2011… what does this mean for small businesses?

    The Fair Work Commission today delivered its annual wage review. This decision will have a significant impact on all businesses and industries and over 2.3 million employees who are paid at the National Minimum Wage or minimum Modern Award rates. From the first full pay period commencing after 1 July 2017: all Modern Award rates will increase by Read More…

  • June 9 2016 Break into the bar business – and stay there

    How time flies. It has now been 12 years since my baby and all-consuming obsession, Firefly in Neutral Bay, took shape. More than a decade on, Firefly has not only endured but thrived and, in my humble opinion, it’s one of the best bars and restaurants on Sydney’s North Shore. The bar scene can be a cruel mistress. It Read More…

  • April 18 2016 Square Reader: The innovative tool making it simpler for businesses to accept card payments

    With a reputation for being the most smallest, most mobile and most affordable way for small business owners to accept credit cards, Square Reader is now available across Australia. Launched in March, Square Reader has been adopted by small and micro business owners who are using the innovative new business tool to accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express Read More…

  • March 1 2016 UK fintech Start-up, truRating, launches in Australia giving our consumers a ‘real voice’

    The transparency brought by the internet has changed the way we do business. Business owners no longer size themselves against the competitor on the adjacent street because, irrespective of locality, all stand side-by-side in a list of online search results; each just a click away from the other. But while this ultra-competitive, virtual environment has Read More…

  • February 2 2016 What to Do When a Workplace Accident Occurs

    It’s easy to believe that workplace accidents happen to ‘other people’. The reality is that workplace accidents can, and do, affect a great range of people and the impact on workers, families and businesses can be devastating. Fortunately, credible legal support is available. By utilising the services of a law firm that specialises in worker’s Read More…

  • December 11 2015 VizEat: Is Australia’s food scene the next to be disrupted by Europe’s social dining network?

    It’s a little known fact that there’s a difference between a traveller and a tourist. Tourists contently window shop the sights and sounds a destination has to offer while travellers follow the ultimate travel commandment: do as the locals do. The ethos of the traveller sounds straightforward, but in practice, it can a difficult one Read More…

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