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Salty Fox delivering fashion with flavour!

- October 23, 2019 5 MIN READ

It was 2015 and Hangatu Wyld was searching for cufflinks for her soon-to-be-husband Sean to wear at their wedding. Despite trawling the internet and hunting through jewellery stores, Hangatu couldn’t find anything in Australia that suited his personality. “So I thought, okay, well there’s a gap in the market there,” says Hangatu. The savvy marketer… Read more »

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How ingenuity in adversity made these brothers millions

- October 11, 2019 3 MIN READ

When brothers Zane and Omar Sabre’s father was diagnosed with leukaemia the pair were faced with a dire situation – how could they come up with the money to pay for treatments, and ensure Zane could continue his university education? When their father’s diagnosis was made, Zane was in Australia in his third year of… Read more »

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We need to challenge perceptions of regional Australia

- October 8, 2019 3 MIN READ

We need to get smarter about managing perceptions, because living in a regional area does not automatically strip someone of all education, innovation and ability, writes Bronwyn Reid, a small business owner, advocate and mentor from regional Queensland. Sometimes, when I venture out of regional Queensland and head South, I feel as though I have… Read more »

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Pronto makes fast work of dirty bottles

- October 2, 2019 2 MIN READ

Anyone that has a new baby understands how the endless washing and sterilising of dirty bottles can become a drudgery. A Melbourne mum’s invention could put an end to this pain, freeing up parents to spend more time with their little ones. Shannon Gilleland, the founder and inventor of the Pronto Bottle is seeking crowdfunding… Read more »

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9 tips to help mumpreneurs juggle business and family

- September 3, 2019 3 MIN READ

If you’ve just had kids and you’re thinking of running a business from home; you may be worrying about how you’re going to manage your work-life balance. We won’t pretend that it’s always easy, but it can be done. Here are some things that can help that you might not have considered

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This small business helps you tackle your To-Dos

- July 29, 2019 2 MIN READ

Busy Australians are yearning for human connection when it comes to outsourcing tasks, despite more people now utilising Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the form of virtual assistants and voice-activated technology such as Amazon Alexa and Siri says Caroline Guillemain-Brunne founder of Organise.Curate.Design. Organise.Curate.Design is a lifestyle management company that helps people from all walks of… Read more »

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Power List: Meet Christie Whitehill

- July 17, 2019 4 MIN READ

Growing up on a property in northern Queensland before moving to Airlie Beach in the Whitsundays, Tech Ready Women founder Christie Whitehill had something of an idyllic childhood. Days were spent riding horses and exploring nature. “At one stage I wanted to be a park ranger and idolised Ranger Stacey,” Whitehill tells KBB. Tech played… Read more »

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Power List: Meet Kayla Itsines and Tobi Pearce

- July 11, 2019 2 MIN READ

Kayla Itsines started working for herself when she was 18. At that time she did not see herself as an entrepreneur and had no idea that in less than 8 years she would top the Forbes’ list of the world’s top social media influencers in the fitness world. But she did know what her goal was: to help and motivate women.

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3 steps to building a successful small business

- July 9, 2019 2 MIN READ

It’s hard to build a successful small business – let’s get that out on the table right from the start. The small business graveyard is littered with dead bodies of the hundreds of millions that dared venture before you, originally filled with crazy hopes, dreams and aspirations. These googly eyes most likely blinded them from… Read more »