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todayThursday, 11 February 2016

Why this Australian business said no to $1 million

You don't necessarily need outside investments if your business is already profitable. by Denham Sadler
 

yesterdayWednesday, 10 February 2016

Global fintech giant launches in Australia with plans to dominate the market

The company's managing director points to Australia's sleek online banking processes in predicting his company will gain traction quickly. by Dinushi Dias
 

Tuesday, 9 February 2016

Atlassian announces its first results since going public: Three things we learnt

An IPO in December valued Atlassian at $8 billion, but co-founder Mike Cannon-Brookes says the company is just getting started. by Denham Sadler
 

Monday, 8 February 2016

The three things these Aussie entrepreneurs learnt from Richard Branson after visiting his private island twice

Branson’s backing has helped the pair secure $3 million in funding for the startup and introduce a new product. by Denham Sadler
 

Tuesday, 2 February 2016

Carl’s Jr. lands Down Under: Five things you need to know about Australia’s newest fast-food chain

“Australia just feels like our kind of country.” by Broede Carmody
 

Amazon’s Book Depository expands Australian titles and begins shipping from Melbourne

This is the first time the online retailer has focused specifically on the Australian market. by Broede Carmody
 

Monday, 1 February 2016

Why French hairdressing chain Franck Provost Paris brought eight Evolve Salons stores out of liquidation

The Australian operations of the business currently turns over around $11 million annually, and hopes to grow that figure to $15 million in coming months. by Broede Carmody
 

Meet the entrepreneurs making millions by reinventing a humble drinks cooler

The brothers creation was born out of a desire for a drink container strong enough for them to stand on while fishing. by Eloise Keating
 

Monday, 1 February 2016

WME founder Nick Bell on why a global brand is not part of his expansion plans

"We made the decision not to leverage the WME brand name we trade under here in Australia. Instead we carefully selected brand names that better suited each of our international markets." by Nick Bell
 
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