The numbers speak volumes.
Viral social media posts bring the promise of fame and even fortune to small business owners.
All is not doom and gloom in the SME sector.
"Most people are after an honest tradesman, and I have nothing to hide."
Are you brave enough to take the leap into the 'digital nomad' lifestyle?
People are motivated to help the environment if it doesn't cost them very much, finds this young entrepreneur.
Few blokes would have the confidence to leave a well-paid role to work for their wife's new venture. Luckily, Michael Gale isn't like most men.
Australian tastes are becoming more highbrow in the all important realm of sweets.
Working from remote Kangaroo Island, this fine food CEO works with top brass clientele.
Idea theft is happening even when confidentiality agreements, design registrations and patents are in place.
It pays to have a genius in the midst if you're running a start-up
It stole the daily deal sites' thunder to achieve 338 per cent growth in 2015.
It's not all doom and gloom for Australian manufacturing, with smaller companies driving the sector.
This business cares for its residents as anyone would want to be treated in their dotage.
The sharing economy already has your car and your house earmarked. Now for your spag bol.
A good tagline can tell you a lot about a business.
"There's that bulk commodity mentality – by not telling the story, it's really our own loss."
Does it make sense to invest in this booming trend? Meet two growing players.
Whole industries are developing around new, digital businesses.
Like many tradies, Allen Cetinic was tired of being ruled by his small business. So he changed.
There's a very simple hack builders could use to delight their clients every time.
An online humourist who also runs his own serious life coaching and 'emotional healing' business. Yes, really.
The story of one Aussie couple's five-year effort to win an American working visa and live the New York dream.
The options for wedding venues haven't changed much for decades. Will Wedshed change this?
Local businesses have become creative in winning new customers through this fad.
"There's been a bang and some smoke". This is what happened to Laura Moore.
Brexit and other events may create uncertainty but its still a great time to be exporting.
It's a sector the Coalition and Labor have in their sights. But are they doing enough?
This local vitamin outfit started selling its products in Australia last year - but the real prize is China.
Rising rents and soaring house prices are pushing workers on average wages further out of Australia's major cities, causing problems for small business owners.