In this week’s episode, small business owner Candice Meisels asks Kochie how to get work-life balance. Mums & Co. founder Carrie Kwan suggests the key to getting it right is to harmonise the important elements.
From teenage diving prodigy to Olympic medalist and now multiple business owner, Melissa Wu continues to impress with her grit, determination and stamina over her 21-year sporting career. She joined editors Cec Busby and Adam Bub on the First Act podcast to share some tidbits from her awe-inspiring journey from diving champ to serial entrepreneur.… Read more »
Physio Inq founder and CEO Jonathan Moody explains how the business is making inroads in the healthcare space. He reveals the importance of aligning staff with your business’s value and purpose to create a great team culture. He shares what’s next for the business after 16 years of exemplary service.
Wondering if your business should enter Web3? You’re not alone. A lot of companies are considering this but it’s important to understand that it’s not just a passing trend. Web3 is the future of how we do business with many possibilities for you to maximise. In this article, we’ll walk you through what you need… Read more »
Founders Amanda Rose, Anaita Sarkar and Narelle Anderson are members of the Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network (DWEN). The trio discuss the importance of networking and mentoring in their business success.
David Whelan CEO and founder of Corporate Rest Apartments reveals how the collaboration tools available within Microsoft Teams have made it simple for remote staff to stay connected and engaged.
On this week’s episode of Kochie’s Business Builders, Jane Cay weighs in on balancing bricks and mortar with online retailing. Mums and Co’s founder Carrie Kwan joins Kochie as co-host and dishes up her pointers on work-life balance. Plus we find out how Physio Inq is making strides in the movement arena to make a… Read more »
Many small business owners are hesitant to add a chatbot to their website, but digital growth expert Nick Brogden says all smart businesses should implement a chatbot ASAP. Here’s why. Chatbots have become so commonplace online that every website offering a product or service seems to have one already. If your website is one of… Read more »
So, you’ve jumped on the hybrid work train and let your employees take their work devices home to use – but have you ensured those devices are safe from cyberattack? Martin McGregor, CEO and co-founder of Devicie says tightening your cyber security is the most important thing you should do if your staff work from… Read more »
The COVID-19 global pandemic has helped to inspire a new wave of young entrepreneurs who are putting passion ahead of pay in their careers, writes Tamara Oppen, Managing Director of GoDaddy Australia. New research into the career aspirations of 18 to 24-year-olds has revealed the pandemic has had a transformational impact on Generation Z, with… Read more »
You never think it could happen to you or your business, but don’t be fooled. Instagram hackers are clever and businesses who have their social media accounts hacked have an extremely hard time getting them back, as Kiyomee Blends founder Kathy Kiedrzynski knows all too heartbreakingly well. Here, she shares her story as a warning… Read more »
Given that over half of all plastic waste in Australia is generated by businesses, the news that NSW’s single-use plastic bag ban comes into effect from June 1 must come as a relief for anyone concerned with our impact on the environment. The end of single-use plastic bags While single-use plastic may be cheap and… Read more »