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Wednesday, 15 April 2015

Over 6000 independent hardware stores to close as Bunnings and Masters nail the competition

The number of hardware stores in Australia is set to fall from 20,920 to 14,050 over the next 10 years, with 6142 independent retailers set to close by 2024, according to a GDC Advisory forecast. by Andrew Sadauskas

Tuesday, 14 April 2015

Finding an e-commerce model that suits you

Maybe you’re looking to knock Amazon clear off its lofty pedestal or maybe you just want a tidy little online business that lets you work from home and run your own show. by Nicole Kersh

Friday, 10 April 2015

Power play: How a good roadmap led KP Electric founder Peter King to a $32 million electrical empire

KP Electric founder Peter King on how his plan allowed him to scale the business to a global level and his advice for budding entrepreneurs. by Kirsten Robb

Friday, 10 April 2015

How to stack the odds in your favour in the lottery for talent

Know someone who would make a great CEO for an ambitious startup? We Love Numbers are looking. by Finn Kelly

FedEx to swallow up TNT in $6.25 billion deal: What it means for your business

Consolidation in Australia’s parcel delivery space is on the way, with US mail delivery giant FedEx revealing plans to acquire Australian-born courier business TNT Express. by Eloise Keating

Wednesday, 8 April 2015

Why AussieCommerce snapped up Living Social Australia

AussieCommerce Group has snapped up the Australia and New Zealand arm of daily deals giant LivingSocial in order to strengthen its position in the local e-commerce market. by Broede Carmody

Tuesday, 7 April 2015

Three things big business can learn from small business

Here’s how you can ensure you act small and remain the envy of the laborious big end of town. by Ben Hutt

Scott Galloway’s rapid-fire insight into the future of retail and digital economies: Where next for Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon?

If you work in retail or the digital economy you need to watch this video. by Kevin Moore

Aussie startup eCal sets up shop in New York

Calendar marketing platform eCal has established US headquarters after receiving a $2 million capital injection from Oxygen Ventures. by Broede Carmody
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