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Small Business First: Episode 1

Kochie’s Business Builders is back this year for a very special series, Small Business First.

2020 has been a tough year for small business and SBF celebrates the small businesses battling through adversity, evolving and innovating along the way. We’re going to show you why it’s so important to get behind your local businesses, and how you can help them adapt, survive and thrive.

In this episode of Small Business First we catch up with Michael and Paula Karamallis, co-founders of Fluffy Crunch to see how they have pivoted their artisan fairy floss business to survive the coronavirus crisis.

Minister for Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business, Michaelia Cash, drops in to tell us about the government’s strategies and financial assistance offerings to assist small business to survive the pandemic. Victorian brothers Blayne And Chase Bertoncello explain how they were able to adapt their farm to plate restaurant business, O.My to continue to service customers during this challenging time.

While Amanda Rose, founder of Small Business Women Australia and Applejack Hospitality co-founder Ben Carroll join Kochie at the Barangaroo Studio to discuss how to adapt your business during a crisis.

Tune in to the next episode of Small Business First on Channel 7 on Sunday at 1 pm AEST. Check out Small Business First here.

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