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todayWednesday, 23 July 2014

Are you using outdated incentives to motivate your team?

Research consistently shows that money is not the most important factor in motivating your team. So what is? by Pollyanna Lenkic

Pitch perfect: Seven tips for crafting a memorable business proposal

Your marketing has been successful. You’ve been invited to present your proposal. What's next? by Michelle Gamble

A helping hand: How Mikkel Svane built a $76 million customer service platform

In the early days of Zendesk, Mikkel Svane and his co-founders would fight over the “one good chair” in their loft office. The company now employs 600 people and in 2013, recorded annual revenues of $76 million. by Eloise Keating

yesterdayTuesday, 22 July 2014

Should you be entering business awards?

Business awards can help you attract new business, generate press coverage and demonstrate your expertise. Here are some tips on how you can take out a top prize. by Nina Hendy

Brand in the boardroom

Building your brand is the work of your whole organisation, including the board. by Michel Hogan

Monday, 21 July 2014

Billionaire Waislitz makes $50 million pledge: Australia’s top philanthropists

Billionaire Melbourne investor Alex Waislitz has pledged to give $50 million to charity over the next 10 years. by Cara Waters

Friday, 18 July 2014

“She’s the delight and I’m the baker”: Roger and Lesley Gillespie’s entrepreneurial love story

Roger and Lesley Gillespie, the founders of Bakers Delight were honoured as “champions of entrepreneurship” at the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Southern Region awards ceremony in Melbourne last night. by Cara Waters

Wednesday, 16 July 2014

Bill Gates reveals his top six books for 2014

He might be the world’s richest person, but did you know Bill Gates is an avid reader? by Eloise Keating

How Specsavers opened 100 stores in 100 days: 13 lessons from its success

Specsavers global retail director Derek Dyson reveals 13 lessons from Specsavers’ success. by Cara Waters