Victoria’s latest lockdown will end at midnight on Thursday as vaccination rates hit key benchmarks. Melburnians, who now have the dubious honour of having endured the longest combined period of lockdowns in the world during the Covid-19 pandemic, will begin to return to a more normal life with the state expected to hit 90% first… Read more »
Melbourne has to wait another few days to see if the city’s lockdown laws will be eased sooner than expected
Expectations that Victoria would begin to ease lockdown restrictions in Melbourne earlier than planned have been put on hold by Premier Daniel Andrews as the state deals with a minor Covid-19 outbreak in the city’s Northern metro area. Andrews labelled it a “cautious pause”, but offered some hope that an announcement on easing could be… Read more »
Victoria is forcing hundreds of businesses to close for another six weeks to cut the spread of covid-19
More than 1 million Victorians will no longer be heading to work, with around 500,000 being stood down as retailers, factories and corporates are forced to close in a bid to reduce coronavirus infections in the state. Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews also announced on Monday afternoon that the number of people allowed to work in… Read more »
Melbourne company July wants to sell quality luggage cheaper than it would be in stores by selling direct-to-consumers.
Yoko Inoue knows a thing or two about turning a passion for healthy eating into a thriving, profitable business. The lack of healthy baby food after the birth of her daughter and an unexplained illness turned out to be the catalyst for her to start Shokuiku, a Melbourne café and online business specialising in organic,… Read more »
Ten years ago, Monique Milenkovic was working as a HR Manager and never dreamed she would be running a budding cupcake empire. With the likes of Fifi Box, Danni Minogue and Chrissy Swan obsessed with her cupcakes, Monique went on to found one of Melbourne’s top destinations for cupcakes. Monique started The Cupcake Queens in… Read more »
Rose Street Market will become the first Australian market to go cashless.
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Africh launched Attipas Consultants, an Avon-style model aimed at empowering customers to set up their own Attipas businesses in their local communities.
From Buenos Aires to Melbourne: The SuperCool pop up emporium challenges the traditional retail experience
The SuperCool is all about inviting people into their space, whether it be at markets or pop up events. They want to catch people walking past.
An unconventional but increasingly popular way of financing a new business or start-up is through a crowdfunding campaign.