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  • July 8 2019 A new year, a new plan: five ways to transform your small business

    The start of a new financial year is an ideal time for business owners to take stock of the business, review progress towards growth goals, and re-align plans as necessary. While there is no one-size-fits-all approach for businesses to make their planning more effective, there are a number of key considerations that can help business Read More…

  • July 5 2019 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 [1] shows that the average tenure within a job in Australia is 3.3 years, which is significantly less than in the 1970s when average job tenure of people aged over 45 years old was 10 years. With the same research showing that Read More…

  • July 5 2019 Kicked out and pregnant at 24, to 1.6m per year entrepreneur at 37: How Yemi Penn turned it all around 

    Yemi Penn hit rock bottom aged 24 when she was kicked out of home by her parents, whose traditional Nigerian values disapproved of her falling pregnant whilst unmarried, and she found herself homeless, in an unsafe, violent environment in South London.  She had a degree in Mechanical Engineering, but found herself sleeping on a doorstep Read More…

  • July 4 2019 Formula 1 Group try to transform fan experience and attract new demographic

    Dynamic Business spoke to Rob Smedley from Formula 1 Group about how they are using AWS to deliver a digital transformation, deliver new metrics and change the way fans and teams experience racing. Formula 1 Group is taking current infrastructures to AWS data centres to use their tech more effectively. “Moving data centres to a cloud Read More…

  • July 4 2019 How to solve Australia’s tech talent drain

    By: Eugenio Pace, CEO at Auth0 There is no doubt that technology is evolving at a fierce pace. And as enterprises race to catch up to digitally transform their apps and services, the need for hiring skilled staff to drive this transformation is higher than ever before. But the current reality in Australia is that Read More…

  • July 3 2019 Let’s talk: Initial public offering

    When is an IPO a good fit for a company, and when isn’t it? Taking your business into the public realm through an Initial Public Offering (IPO) is a big step as it introduces new focuses and new standards prompted by your investors.  It’s a process that can take a long time, with a lot Read More…

  • July 3 2019 Three steps to writing job descriptions that work

    By Jay Munro, Indeed Employer Insight Strategist, ANZ More than a third of recruiters would rather be spending less time on writing and posting job descriptions, even though on average, only 11% of their day is spent on this task [1]. But when 62% of job seekers say that a job description that fits their Read More…

  • July 2 2019 60% of small businesses shut down within first 3 years: H&R Block has ‘Grants for Growth’ to stop it

    With more than 60% [1] of small businesses shutting down within their first three years, Australia’s leading tax accountants, H&R Block are offering small business and start-up’s a helping hand with the initiative; ’Grants for Growth’.  Now in its second year, the grant offers support to budding entrepreneurs who need an extra boost to transform Read More…

  • July 1 2019 Happy new financial year! A small business guide to the tax changes

    By Matthew Prouse, Head of Industry, Xero Australia New financial year, new obligations and opportunities… If you’re like most small business owners, you’re probably focused on closing out the 2018-19 financial year. But it’s worth taking a moment to consider the year ahead too. There are new regulations to be aware of in 2019-20 – Read More…

  • June 28 2019 27 yr old entrepreneur Dr Elliot Smith and his med startup that is saving men’s lives

    At just 27 years old, Dr Elliot Smith is the CEO and Co-founder of Maxwell Plus, which is backed by Shark Tank’s Steve Baxter. Maxwell Plus is a Brisbane based medical business rethinking the way we detect and diagnose cancer, with a specific focus on prostate cancer. Elliot was inspired to start Maxwell Plus after his Read More…

  • June 28 2019 Workplace burnout can no longer be ignored by leaders

    In its recent 11th Revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) [1], The World Health Organisation recognised the serious effects of burnout, defining it as a syndrome resulting from chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed. The condition is characterised by feelings of energy depletion or exhaustion, increased mental distance from one’s Read More…

  • June 28 2019 Thinking of starting a podcast? Here are the need-to-knows

    Thinking of starting a podcast? While it has never been easier to launch one – here’s the secret to making it thrive. People tell me all the time that they’d like their own podcast. When I ask why, people will often say they get together with their mates and that their chat is so good Read More…

  • June 26 2019 Let’s talk: Late payments

    Late payments: Top mistakes small businesses make when dealing with late payers A new report from Xero, the global small business platform, revealed for the first time the magnitude and impact of late payments to Australian small businesses, putting the value of outstanding, late payments at $115 billion a year. The research found that half Read More…

  • June 26 2019 Shark Tank’s Andrew Banks partners with tech start-up Informed 365

    Banks has partnered with Informed 365 as they are the only tech solution to new Modern Slavery Act regulations set by the Federal government last year.  Andrew Banks, entrepreneur, mentor, investor, and shark has joined CSR tech start-up Informed 365 to help corporate Australia comply with new laws around corporate social responsibility (CSR). Informed 365 Read More…

  • June 21 2019 Three ways politics impacts your business

    You may not personally want to be involved in modern politics but if you want to run a business you have to be aware how the laws of the land can affect your bottom line. Tax laws, business treaties, tariffs, and commerce in general is impacted by politics. Sometimes having a degree in political management Read More…

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Is the term 'entrepreneur' used to loosely today?
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July 19, 2019