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How the online revolution is helping Aussie small businesses fight back in 2022

- January 26, 2022 3 MIN READ

As we step into a brave new post-pandemic world, new research is starting to show some encouraging trends amongst Australian small businesses, with the true blue Aussie fighting spirit shining through in an online revolution, writes Tamara Oppen, managing director of GoDaddy Australia. The prospects of new goals in the new year are exciting –… Read more »

People

How this young entrepreneur went global

- September 28, 2017 4 MIN READ

Chern’ee Sutton is a 20-year-old indigenous artist from Queensland with a successful small business. Her heritage lies with the Kalkadoon people from the Mount Isa area in Queensland and she started painting when she was just 13-years-old. When she was experiencing trouble at school during her early teenage years Chern’ee was encouraged to enter a… Read more »

News

If you’re a female entrepreneur in Australia, Sydney is the place to be

- August 4, 2017 < 1 MIN READ

Sydney has ranked 11 on the Dell Global Women’s Entrepreneur Cities Index. The report ranks 50 cities’ across the globe on their ability to attract and support ‘High Potential Women Entrepreneurs’. The 50 cities included in the report were chosen for their reputation as established or emerging hubs of innovation and entrepreneurship, with cities included… Read more »

Business Advice

Changing minds and behavior is at the heart of the Memobottle Kickstarter campaign

- August 3, 2017 4 MIN READ

A shared love of the environment has taken childhood friends, Jesse Leeworthy and Jonathan Byrt, on a quest to push Australians to make more sustainable choices when it comes to their obsession with bottled water. Leeworthy tells Kochie’s Business Builders the idea for their beautifully designed re-usable water bottles came from a shared frustration of… Read more »

People

The secret ingredient for success

- January 25, 2017 4 MIN READ

Antonietta and her husband Rocky Caccavo own and operate the Tasmanian Grocer established in 2014. They are both first generation Italians who have a profound passion for food. Their journey began in the Coal River Valley in Tasmania in 1996. The Caccavo planted approximately 18,000 olive trees at the Olive Grove in Campania. It has now become the largest olive grower… Read more »