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Thursday, 30 October 2014

Putting the LA in salad: Aussie franchise Sumo Salad to take on the US market

Popular Australian health food franchise Sumo Salad will open its first North American store next month in Los Angeles. by Adam Anticaglia
 

Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Australian businesses drowning in $155 billion of self-imposed red tape: Report

Australian businesses are spending billions of dollars to comply with self-imposed red tape, according to a Deloitte Access report published today. by Adam Anticaglia
 

Monday, 27 October 2014

Nabi Saleh’s $163 million pay day for Gloria Jeans: What it means for franchisees

Retail Food Group, the franchising conglomerate behind Donut King, Brumby’s and Michel’s Patisserie, has paid $163.5 million for Aussie-based international coffee chain Gloria Jean’s. by Kirsten Robb
 

Fast Lane: Entrepreneurship takes practice

Entrepreneurs are too often afraid to fail in Australia, the land of tall poppies. by Cara Waters
 

Monday, 27 October 2014

Million-dollar investment fuels OneFlare's vision for UK expansion

Local services marketplace Oneflare has secured an additional $1 million in funding as the service begins preparations for international expansion. by Andrew Sadauskas
 

Wednesday, 22 October 2014

I scream, you scream: Aussies scream for the $800 million ice-cream industry

The $800 million Australian ice-cream industry is scooping up profits, with premium products providing a tasty topping. by Kirsten Robb
 

Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Don’t be “A Square” – Escape from Flatland and start thinking in new ways

Do you find yourself stuck in the same old ways of thinking and doing? There are many other ways to look at things that can deliver unexpected results. by Michel Hogan
 

Fast Lane: Sponsored high schools are no silver bullet

You might have missed it last week in the flurry of announcements about employee share schemes but a key part of the government’s Industry Innovation and Competitiveness Agenda is to roll out tech high schools backed by industry. by Cara Waters
 

Rich Listers back app to the tune of $5 million to take on taxi industry

A taxi booking app backed by the likes of Paul Bassat and James Packer has raised around $5 million over the weekend in a bid to further disrupt Australia’s $5.4 billion taxi industry. by Broede Carmody
 
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