Kafnu will offer dedicated and flexible desks, private offices, meeting rooms and event space, a production studio, and a virtual fitness studio.
Alison Valenti and Sophie Musumeci are two Sydney-based women who are breaking down barriers for women in small business. They witnessed a movement building. A movement where women were searching for different careers or starting their very own small business. These women are focused on wanting to be available for their families without sacrificing their professional… Read more »
LoveMerino is the culmination of the hard work of 6 generations of Smiths who have lived and worked on their farm ‘Glenwood’ since 1898.
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 »
Four years ago, Cassie White never dreamed she would be running her own successful small health business. At the time she was working full-time as a health journalist on a glossy magazine and today she is a personal trainer and yoga coach. Cassie says she was feeling really dissatisfied with her job in 2013. “I worked in a… Read more »
Founder of Sydney-based Collaborate HR, Ushma Dhanak, says being authentic is crucial when it comes to running a small business. With 10 years’ experience working for a range of large private sector companies, Ushma has a vast knowledge having worked in blue collar industries. She shares why she started her own business and how she… Read more »
Florist Clare Harmer runs a boutique floristry, Fleur & Threads with her business partner Daniel Moore and has been in the industry for eight years. At first, Clare was a retail florist for two years until she decided to branch out on her own to create something unique. In the Spring of 2014, Fleur & Threads was… Read more »
Gary Elphick of DisruptSports.com has been named as the winner of Start Up Business of the Year in the Optus My Business Awards
After tackling fourteen long years as a Project Manager in London’s banking industry, Cass Spies returned to Australia with her family in order to start Twisted Yoghurt.
“After realising Australian brands faced so many technological, cultural and linguistic challenges when trying to communicate with Chinese-speaking consumers, I decided to quit my corporate job at 26 years old and join my business partner to begin THINK CHINA.”
We talk with Bedshed about what it takes to be a successful franchisee, the company’s strategy and how the business differs from other franchisors.