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“So damn liberating”: Harteffect founder Andrea Culligan on letting go and having a year off

About half a year ago the founder of branding agency Harteffect and jobs board Unigrad Andrea Culligan made a decision she says petrified her: she left the business world to get away from it all. by Renee Thompson
 

Wednesday, 2 September 2015

“Changed the rules”: How this serial entrepreneur turned a $35 blog into a $7 million business

Alborz Fallah was born to be an entrepreneur. The 30-year-old started making money when he was still in primary school by letting American companies advertise on his website. by Broede Carmody
 

Tuesday, 1 September 2015

Stop worrying and become a great tech entrepreneur: How Cyan Ta’eed did it

Cyan Ta'eed has recently become one of the most sought-after women on the speaker circuit, especially for tech and entrepreneurial events. by Angela Priestley
 

How to defy our racist brains

It takes education and awareness to overcome an inbuilt innate racial bias. by Eve Ash
 

Race guide: Four things business owners can learn from the legendary horse trainer Bart Cummings

Bart Cummings, whose success as a trainer made him giant of the racing wold, passed away at his family home in Sydney at the age of 87. by Broede Carmody
 

Friday, 28 August 2015

Four things you can learn from the innovator who discovered a simple cancer test when he was just 15

If governments want to create the jobs of the future they need to stop talking about science and technology skills and start removing the real barriers that hamper young people from accessing scientific research. by Broede Carmody
 

Friday, 28 August 2015

How to lead without being the boss

Sometimes you need to lead from the bottom up but how can you do this without upsetting the company hierarchy? by Amanda Rose
 

Thursday, 27 August 2015

One is the new zero: A single woman on a board isn’t enough to create change

There are lots of interesting initiatives around women and the workplace in Australia but the question is now whether it’s translating into culture change or progress. by Catherine Fox
 

Tuesday, 25 August 2015

“Too cocky” or “a bitch”: What’s holding female tech entrepreneurs back

The number of female entrepreneurs in Australia’s technology sector is increasing but women say they are being held back by unfair labels, a lack of expertise and unequal access to the benefits of networking. by Eloise Keating
 
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