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Meet the 18-year-old from regional Victoria who started her own small business

Schools need to provide students with more hands-on skills if the government is serious about boosting entrepreneurship. by Broede Carmody

10 key factors to consider before you start exporting

Your decision to start export operations may be prompted by a range of factors, however it's important to first assess your business' readiness. by Grant Field

Sweet deal: How home-grown beauty brand Cherry Blooms scored a deal with US retail giant Nordstrom

An Australian cosmetics company has landed itself a deal that will see one of its products stocked in more than 100 stores. by Renee Thompson

Monday, 12 October 2015

Why KFit merged with two competitors and hired their founders

Wiping out competing brands and hiring their founders isn’t easy to do, but that’s exactly what’s unfolded in the Australian fitness sharing economy. by Nina Hendy

The three pillars of customer retention

Most entrepreneurs believe gaining customers should be the top priority, and they're right. But so is building a viable business model. by Josiah Humphrey and Mark McDonald

Elephants are dancing with mice, how the big end of town helps SMEs

I don't doubt for one second the genuine desire for large corporations to help grow smaller businesses because I see examples happening all around me. by Kevin Moore

Friday, 9 October 2015

Mortgage Choice shuts down comparison site Help Me Choose amid crowded online market

Home loan comparison website Help Me Choose has closed five years after it was purchased by publicly-listed mortgage broking firm Mortgage Choice. by Broede Carmody

Mad Paws ready to unleash the $1.1 million it has in its kitty

Pet services marketplace Mad Paws plans to spend its new funding to hire more staff and ramp up marketing efforts. by Renee Thompson

Thursday, 8 October 2015

Aldi teams up with Collette Dinnigan in fashion collaboration first

German supermarket chain Aldi is putting its most fashionable foot forward in the quest to win Australian grocery shoppers’ hearts through collaboration with high-profile fashion designer Collette Dinnigan. by Eloise Keating
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