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The top 10 most popular articles on SmartCompany in 2017

Eloise Keating /

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A Pizza Religion Pizza. Source: Supplied.

Where is the best place to work in Australia? Which superannuation funds perform the best? Why is one Melbourne pizza business ‘breaking up’ with UberEats?

The most well read articles published by SmartCompany this year cover a wide array of topics.

This week we’ve wrapped up our most read stories in marketing, leadership and retail, as well as our most popular profiles for the year. We’ve also taken a look at the most popular startup news stories of the year too. 

Today, we’ve pulled together a list of our best stories overall for SmartCompany this year, as well as five popular stories from previous years. 

Keep reading to find out this year’s top stories. 

From 2017:

  1. Anzac Day 2017: A state-by-state guide to retail trading hours
  2. Victoria Station and Kate Hill collapse into voluntary administration, as 350 staff face uncertain times
  3. Coles and Woolworths gift card scams prompt warnings as fake text message offers increase
  4. Here are the 50 best places to work in Australia
  5. The best performing super funds this financial year
  6. Coles angers vegan community with change to blocks of dark chocolate : “What the hell were you thinking?”
  7. This Melbourne pizza business is breaking up with UberEATS, following customer complaints and rising fees
  8. Coffee pod companies raise concerns about pitch from company that secured $2.5 million Shark Tank deal
  9. Kaufland confirms it’s coming to Australia: Is Lidl Australia next on the horizon?
  10. From raising $550,000 to appearing on Shark Tank: Recruitment startup iRecruit enters liquidation as founders focus on new venture

From the archives:

  1. Top five government grants for startups
  2. The top 50 tech companies in Australia revealed
  3. Australia’s top 20 online retailers in 2015
  4. How to respond to a headhunter’s approach on LinkedIn
  5. Five top business ideas that made millions fast

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Eloise Keating

Eloise Keating is the editor of SmartCompany. Previously, Eloise was news editor at Books+Publishing, the trade press for the Australian book industry.

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