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yesterdayWednesday, 30 July 2014

The smell of success: How Gavin Gam is taking Aroma Coffee to the masses

Gavin Gam believes all businesses have a responsibility to give back to the community - a philosophy holding the 48-year-old Sydneysider in good stead as he ramps up the expansion of Aroma Coffee. by Eloise Keating

yesterdayWednesday, 30 July 2014

Are you a PRE-crastinator and does it make you more productive?

While procrastinators put things off to the last minute, pre-crastinators complete tasks immediately and often much sooner than necessary. by Catherine Rodie

Tuesday, 29 July 2014

The 'myth of wow' revisted

I’ve written a few times over the recent years about the myth that you have to delight your customers. And a couple of conversations last week reminded me yet again how entrenched this thinking is. by Michel Hogan

My first year as an entrepreneur: How I’ve failed, what I’ve learnt, and where I’m going

It’s been little over a year since I had started HotDesk (Australia’s shared office space booking platform) and LinkedIn made sure my connections knew about it. by Steve Glaveski

Friday, 25 July 2014

Diary of an entrepreneur: How Alison Michalk took Quiip from launch to success in just 10 days

Less than two weeks after launching her social media management business Quiip, Alison Michalk had secured two major private sector clients, and a federal government contract. by Kirsten Robb

How do you get mentioned in the media?

Have you always wanted to be featured in the media? Well with a few simple strategies you can do it yourself whilst building quality long lasting relationships with the right people. by Amanda Rose

Wednesday, 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Are you using outdated incentives to motivate your team?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