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  • June 7 2019 Entrepreneur profile: Selling 3 thriving franchises to create own brand

    Ben is the owner and co- founder of Flow Athletic, an incredibly successful yoga and fitness studio based in Paddington. In 2015 Flow Athletic won the Telstra Small Business of the Year Award. After playing rugby professionally for Cronulla Sharks, Ben went on to own three very successful personal training studios. This earned him a healthy profit of $10K a week, but he Read More…

  • June 6 2019 How to take control of a workload when you’re feeling overwhelmed

    By Belinda Lyone, General Manager of COS Feeling overwhelmed by your workload is a common, mortifying feeling. It’s easy to get caught up and take on much more than what could be handled, especially if you really care and are invested in you work. When valuable time is wasted stressing over imminent deadlines, incomplete tasks Read More…

  • June 5 2019 Let’s talk: Investments

    Today we are talking about investing. Specifically, what small-to-medium businesses are choosing to invest in to further expand their success. It can be a tricky thing to invest a big sum of money with confidence, however with the right expertise behind you a good investment can really pay off in the long-term and is arguably an Read More…

  • June 5 2019 Why every business needs to be digital, especially yours

    ‘Digital transformation’ is a phrase we’ve all heard before, but there’s often an assumption that it’s only for industry giants and global enterprises. But this isn’t the case at all. Digital transformation has become more important than ever – even for small businesses – in a fast-paced, highly changeable world. In fact, Dell Technologies’ recent Read More…

  • June 4 2019 The Australian Tax Office hotspots 2019 – do they apply to you?

    Byline: Mark Chapman, the Director of Tax Communications at H&R Block. Every Tax Time, the ATO focusses on certain hotspots where taxpayers are prone – either accidentally or deliberately – to make errors. These are the areas it will concentrate its audit firepower on and for those who have made claims in areas which the Read More…

  • June 3 2019 How to go niche without alienating your existing market

    If I had to distil everything I’ve learnt into one tidy takeaway, it’s this – specialising is the key to building a sustainable and scalable business. The most memorable brands do one thing – or a handful of things – really well. They don’t try to do it all. Going niche has endless benefits. It Read More…

  • June 3 2019 Getting ready for the EOFY: A how-to-guide for businesses

    By Mark Chapman, Director of Tax Communications with H&R Block With just a few weeks remaining until the end of financial year, many businesses will be taking stock of the year just gone and planning for the year ahead. So what are some of the key issues your business might be facing as it looks Read More…

  • May 31 2019 Dominique Grubisa: The entrepreneur that bounced back from serious debt

    In three years Dominique Grubisa went from being millions of dollars in financial debt to having a turnover of $12 million dollars in the 2017-2018 financial year with her company DG Institute. Prior to 2008, Dominique and her husband Kevin were thriving with a seven figure business in renovating and selling property. The global financial crisis Read More…

  • May 29 2019 How to successfully ask for a pay rise

    57% of Australians say a salary increase is their number one career priority this year, with 46% intending to achieve this by asking their boss for a raise. But asking and receiving are two very different things. To ensure your pay rise request is successful, there are certain steps you must take, advises recruiting experts Read More…

  • May 29 2019 Let’s talk: Disruption

    What’s the next big game changer in tech? There is ongoing major disruption in all industries at the moment due to tech. Whether you are embracing the changes within your organisation or not, it is undeniably happening. Lots of new business opportunities come from technological advancements and can completely change consumer culture. Think of contactless Read More…

  • May 29 2019 Combatting work stress

    Byline: Amanda Gordon, Director of Armchair Psychology Work stress is inevitable, right?  We need some stress or we’d find a way to play solitaire all day when no-one is looking.  When the stress comes from internal sources (the things we say to ourselves to ensure we stay on track) e.g. “I like what I am doing Read More…

  • May 28 2019 Small business owners prioritise climate change, energy costs and tax cuts

    A new survey from Xero, the global small business platform, has revealed a disconnect between small business owners and politics, with a whopping three in four (75 per cent) unable to name the Federal Small Business Minister, and 15 per cent unable to name the Prime Minister. Despite many not being able to name key Read More…

  • May 28 2019 How brands can better and effectively use influencers

    Influencer marketing isn’t as simple as choosing an influencer with a high number of followers to post an ad for you. In 2019, there have been a multitude of changes that have taken place in the influencer marketing world which brands need to factor into their strategies to get the most ROI. Consumer expectations around Read More…

  • May 28 2019 AWS EdTech program helps startups scale and teachers teach

    Last month Dynamic Business attended the Amazon Web Services (AWS) summit in Sydney. The event is designed to educate attendees on how cloud technology can help your business lower costs, improve efficiency, and innovate at scale. Dynamic Business spoke with Vincent Quah, who is Regional Head for Education, Research, Healthcare and Not-for-Profit APAC Public Sector at AWS.  Vincent oversees Read More…

  • May 27 2019 How to create business value as a project manager

    In a survey from KPMG, 50 per cent of respondents indicated that their project failed to consistently achieve their intended business goals. These goals have traditionally been measured by the amount of time taken, and whether the project stuck to its budget. However, in order to achieve project success and the intended business goals, project Read More…

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