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  • June 21 2019 Julie Hirsch and Nicole Lamond: The new 2-woman business that just raised $1m capital and won over Woolworths

    Julie Hirsch and Nicole Lamond have founded Eloments, the world’s first organic tea enriched with plant-based vitamins and minerals, designed to give consumers a natural and enjoyable way to take their daily vitamins. This small company – comprised of just Julie and Nicole – is celebrating a big win this month with entry into the tea Read More…

  • June 20 2019 Do office dogs boost moral and decrease stress?

    Byline: Thomas Derricott, Community Manager, Mad Paws This Friday, June 21, marks Take Your Dog To Work Day (TYDTWD), and to celebrate, Australia’s largest pet sitting community, Mad Paws, is filling its Pyrmont office with more dogs than people. This is to illustrate how beneficial having office dogs can be, but granted, it can be much Read More…

  • June 20 2019 EOFY top tips for small businesses

    For small businesses, the 2018/19 finish line is in sight. At midnight on 30 June, the financial year ends, the books are closed and businesses report their financial situation to the Australian Tax Office (ATO).  Matthew Prouse from Xero provides five tips to help small businesses make the most of this busy time and keep stress Read More…

  • June 20 2019 What Gen Z and other workers want from the work environment

    81% of ANZ workers believe open plan is important to productivity and engagement, new research reveals Despite this, workplace distractions affect 99% of local employees Younger generations better at using technology to avoid distraction More than half (57 percent) of workers across Australia and New Zealand still prefer open plan offices over privacy-oriented floor plans, Read More…

  • June 19 2019 Anxiety at work estimated to cost businesses 100,000 hours of lost time

    Dynamic business revisit this highly relevant piece written by Mike Lowry, founder and CEO of XVenture, renowned for his unconventional and passionate approach in creating cutting-edge individual and team development and performance programmes globally. I received a call from a CEO overseas who had slipped into a very dark place. He had acknowledged that his levels Read More…

  • June 19 2019 Let’s Talk: Leadership

    This week for our Let’s Talk discussion we ask the experts about leadership, and the one business rule they swear by concerning it. At recent interviews, Dynamic Business has explored the idea that soft skills may be more relevant than ever in the leadership game. The ability to listen as a leader, to empathise and Read More…

  • June 19 2019 Science, art or corporate fad? What does an executive coach do… and do you need one?

    In 2005 I received a call from my best friend who was attending a Coaching Psychology Conference held at the University of Sydney. She said “I have just discovered what you have been doing all your life … it’s called Executive Coaching.” I have to be deeply honest here. I told her that I thought it Read More…

  • June 18 2019 Are co-working spaces the future of Aussie workplaces?

    The use of co-working spaces is on the rise, but should you accept a job in one or move your employees into a co-working space? According to recruiting experts Hays, there are several pros and cons to consider before you embrace this new trend. “Communal workspaces are not just for start-ups anymore,” says Nick Deligiannis, Read More…

  • June 18 2019 Are you making any of these 7 mistakes when hiring payroll staff?

    By Tracy Angwin, CEO and payroll expert at Australian Payroll Association Are you looking to hire new payroll people? Payroll staff are an integral part of any organisation, whether it be in a finance or HR capacity. However, the reality is that it’s a specialist set of knowledge and skills that are unique to the Read More…

  • June 17 2019 Marketing professionals: Are you sure you’re acing the customer experience?

    Byline: Chris Gibbs, General Manager Asia Pacific and Japan, Acquia Have you heard that customer experience is the key to success but are not sure how to go about doing it better in your own business? You’re not alone. Many Australian enterprises are not against the idea of improving the quality of their interactions with Read More…

  • June 14 2019 How to stay organised during tax time to optimise your returns

    Australians are urged to get organised ahead of the end of financial year, including finding a great accountant, collating all necessary paperwork and knowing what you can deduct, in order to maximise and get the most out of your returns. Caroline Guillemain-Brunne is the founder of Organise.Curate.Design, a lifestyle management agency that helps people tackle their ever-growing to-do Read More…

  • June 14 2019 7 social media fails businesses need to avoid

    Byline: Nicola Moras We all know that the best way to ‘be out there’ these days is to be on social media – after all, all publicity is good publicity, right? Not so much. We’ve even seen platforms take a huge hit when they’ve misused their platforms without realising the negative impact that a misguided Read More…

  • June 14 2019 New entrepreneur in the skin care world has made $30,000 in just 3 months

    Priscilla Hajiantoni’s earliest memories are of admiring her mother’s beauty and the daily rituals she took to care for her skin. The daughter of a beauty salon owner, Priscilla’s after school education was rebooking clients, stock orders, and serving tea and coffee to all of the ladies looking after their skin. Priscilla founded the Bangn Read More…

  • June 12 2019 What to look for in PR agencies and how they can maximise your business exposure

    Byline: Jessy Marshall founder of Hive HQ PR can be a very grey area for some businesses and understanding why PR should be part of your marketing plan is crucial to building up brand exposure. Whether you have had PR before or are looking into investing in PR below are a few tips to help you Read More…

  • June 12 2019 Let’s Talk: Sales Secrets

    For our Let’s Talk discussion this week, we are talking about selling – the crucial element that keeps all businesses alive. The ability to sell your idea, your service and your product to stakeholders and customers is absolutely vital. All business owners must possess some level of understanding of how to sell. Arguably all employees, Read More…

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Dynamic Poll
Is the term 'entrepreneur' used to loosely today?
  • No 55%, 6 votes
    6 votes 55%
    6 votes - 55% of all votes
  • Yes 45%, 5 votes
    5 votes 45%
    5 votes - 45% of all votes
Total Votes: 11
July 19, 2019