Dominic Powell

Dominic Powell

Dominic Powell is a part-time journalist at SmartCompany, and a full-time tech geek. When he’s not writing about Pokemon GO, you can find him reading or browsing record shops.
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Shoes of Prey co-founder Jodie Fox on how business owners can de-stress and unwind

Shoes of Prey co-founder Jodie Fox has revealed her top tips for unwinding after a long day at work. Stress and the risk of burnout...


RedBubble co-founder Martin Hosking’s two tips for running a successful online retailer

RedBubble's co-founder and chief executive Martin Hosking knows a thing or two about online retail. Hosking has been at the helm of the online marketplace...


RedBubble raises $30 million after floating onto ASX: What the online marketplace will do next

Online marketplace Redbubble began trading on the ASX yesterday, selling 22.6 million shares for $1.33 each. Chief executive Martin Hosking was the driving force behind the float, which...
Twitter privacy concerns: It now spies on your other apps to help you “customise your experience”


Twitter plans to relax its 140-character limit: Why this is good news for small business

Twitter is reportedly planning to relax its notorious 140-character limit in the coming months. The updates will see links and photos no longer contributing to...


What the rise of ad blockers means for SMEs

The amount of online consumers using advertisement-blocking services has reached an all time high. Two hundred million people use AdBlock on their computers, with a...
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Why Chobani yoghurt is giving employees a 10% stake in the company

Workers at popular Greek yoghurt brand Chobani have been given shares in the company in an unexpected move by its chief executive. Ten per cent of...
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How Kelly Jamieson is harnessing technology to make her business Edible Blooms flourish

If you’ve ever seen a bouquet of flowers that looked good enough to eat, chances are they might just have been. South Australian entrepreneur Kelly...


Why this Melbourne cafe is charging customers like it’s 1986

Marios Café in Fitzroy may be the only place in Melbourne you can get a decent coffee for one dollar - but only for...


Why consumers are up in arms and even setting fire to Arnott’s “new and improved” Shapes

Consumers have slammed iconic Australian company Arnott’s online after the business changed the flavour of its iconic Shapes biscuits. In early April, Arnott’s changed the flavouring for its classic Shapes...


“Damaging” and “misleading” anti-Uber ads removed from NSW Taxi Council website

Uber has won a case against the New South Wales Taxi Council, after the advertising watchdog ruled the council advertised inaccurate information about the...

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