May 20 2019
Growing your business insights from entrepreneur Janna DeVylder
A mix of curiosity and compassion led Janna DeVylder to study psychology and anthropology. These disciplines proved to be the launching pad that sparked a strong desire to work in ways that would improve people’s lives. How? She co-founded a design collective to help organisations understand their customers and deliver them better services and products. Read More…
April 18 2019
Jessica Sepel on mastering organic Instagram growth for a $7m year
From influencer to big business, this nutritionist organically grew her company – JSHealth – through effective online personal branding. She discusses how she manages to organically grow a 231K following, the ups and downs of having a personal brand and how it Instagram became her revenue stream. Jessica Sepel is a bestselling health author and Read More…
September 20 2018
Mistakes to avoid when looking for the ideal share office
Top tips for securing a share office.
September 18 2018
5 reasons why soft skills are the key to your organisation’s survival
Why soft skills are still incredibly important.
July 19 2018
Why you need to think differently to succeed in business
The secret to succeeding.
July 19 2018
How to use design thinking to be a better leader
How can design help you in business?
July 13 2018
Meet the founder mixing things up
Dynamic Business has a chat to Nikalene Riddle.
June 22 2018
Why freelancers could be the key to business success
Leveraging freelancers could help your business.
June 15 2018
Why international recruiting is not just for big companies
International recruiting is important for small companies too.
June 15 2018
The common investment mistakes you need to avoid
What mistakes are you making when it comes to investing?
February 2 2018
The case for entrepreneurial all-rounders
In tennis, 20-time grand slam champion Roger Federer has carved out a successful career as an ‘all-rounder’. By accounting for different surfaces, opponent playing styles and weather conditions, he’s performed consistently across two decades in the game. In much the same way, entrepreneurs in the tech space should seek to develop a broad, well-rounded repertoire Read More…
November 3 2017
“Growth-stage IT ventures had nowhere to go”: Why an ex-All Blacks captain built a VC fund
New Zealand native David Kirk has worn a variety of different hats throughout his career. At one time, during the 80s, he captained the All Blacks, leading the team to World Cup victory. Later, in the noughties, he served as the CEO of Fairfax Media. Today, he is a seasoned company chairman as well as Read More…
October 20 2017
“In Silicon Valley, success means something much bigger”: startup specialist Colin Kinner
Colin Kinner doesn’t have much patience for the tall poppies of Australia or people who are intellectually dishonest in business. He does, however, have a great deal of time and respect for individuals who take the entrepreneurial plunge and attempt things “nobody else has tried before”. In fact, he’s coached hundreds of aspiring entrepreneurs over Read More…
September 29 2017
Chaotic, rewarding hyper-growth: zipMoney’s Larry Diamond on the fintech startup’s success
Any way you slice it, 2017 has been a blockbuster year for zipMoney. The Sydney-based fintech startup – a provider of point-of-sale credit and digital payment services – has been onboarding around 1200 new customers per day, with CEO Larry Diamond attributing this growth to traction with millennials. Significantly, Zip landed the two largest fintech deals Read More…
July 31 2017
Entrepreneurial success is impossible without creativity: ‘zig when others zag’ and more tips
When it comes to building businesses, coming up with an idea is only half the battle. It is, however, a necessary key ingredient. Creativity is essential to entrepreneurship – so much so that the two terms are almost synonymous: an entrepreneur is by definition an agent of change. And for change to exist there must Read More…