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Fitness pass startup KFit gets ready for expansion after closing $3.25 million funding round led by Sequoia

Asia-Pacific fitness startup KFit has closed $3.25 million in funding as the subscription-based gym services market becomes increasingly oversaturated in Australia. by Denham Sadler

Friday, 24 July 2015

Why you need to pay attention to cultural differences with your global-sourcing strategy

The way roles are defined and typically performed in Australia is not always the same in other countries. by Scott Linden Jones

Wednesday, 22 July 2015

SMEs say revamped country of origin food labels a “good first start”

Australian SMEs have welcomed the government’s revamped country of origin food labels but more could be done to give consumers more confidence about what they are buying. by Broede Carmody

Monday, 20 July 2015

TripAdvisor takes on Airbnb as industry calls for regulation of “sharing economy”

Peak bodies in the hotel and accommodation sector are calling for governments at all levels to regulate the so-called “sharing economy”. by Eloise Keating

Wednesday, 15 July 2015

How HERO Condoms founder Dustin Leonard snared a deal with ‘holy grail’ Woolworths

A social enterprise that sells condoms for a cause has added Woolworths to the ballooning list of supermarkets that stock the product, thanks to a national distribution deal being struck earlier this month. by Renee Thompson

Tuesday, 14 July 2015

Keen to get some media exposure? Here's what you need to know

You could be the most knowledgeable and well-informed person on a certain topic, but we're here to tell you that you won't be asked back unless you're interesting. by Rosie Beaton and Natalie Foxon Phillips

SMEs to feel “knock-on effects” of government decision to stop investing in household solar

SMEs that specialise in installing solar panels could come under increased pressure as a result of the federal government’s decision to cease investing in rooftop and household solar products. by Eloise Keating

Friday, 10 July 2015

Aldi Aldi Aldi! Oi Oi Oi! German supermarket fires salvo at competitors with ‘true blue’ TV ad

Aldi is stepping up efforts to make sure customers know it stocks quality Australian-made products with a new television ad released this week by Renee Thompson

Friday, 10 July 2015

Cut out the noise, pick a marketing channel and make it work

As business owners in 2015, we have so many channels and priority areas that it can be hard to work out where to focus our marketing. by Louisa Dahl
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