Emma Koehn | Canberra Times
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Emma is a Fairfax Media's small business reporter based in Melbourne.

Venture Invest conference put on ice amid sea of startup events

Venture Invest conference put on ice amid sea of startup events

A Melbourne business investment conference featuring key speakers including LaunchVic has been postponed due to lack of investor interest.

  • by Emma Koehn

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Atlassian exec urges startups to 'dig deeper'

Atlassian exec urges startups to 'dig deeper'

Oji Udezue wants to mentor businesses that offer things that fill a void in what's already available.

  • by Emma Koehn
The Australian businesses fighting payments fraud

The Australian businesses fighting payments fraud

Businesses haven't kept up with the many ways third parties can scam them out of cash - these startups are helping.

  • by Emma Koehn
'We need people to die': funeral businesses worry about slowdown in deaths

'We need people to die': funeral businesses worry about slowdown in deaths

Funeral operators say they've faced a quiet year so far - but the ageing population could boost business.

  • by Emma Koehn
More dead clients were charged money for financial advice by CBA

More dead clients were charged money for financial advice by CBA

CBA has detected more instances where it charged dead clients fees for financial advice, a practice first revealed earlier this year.

  • by Clancy Yeates & Emma Koehn
'Don't see the benefit': Hostplus roasted on entertainment spending

'Don't see the benefit': Hostplus roasted on entertainment spending

Despite being happy with returns, Hostplus members were shocked at the fund's explanation of hospitality spending at the Royal Commission.

  • by Emma Koehn
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'Devastating blow': Homewares business hit by apparent email scam

'Devastating blow': Homewares business hit by apparent email scam

Sage and Clare owner Phoebe Bell says she feels 'stupid and naive' after paying $10,000 into what she thought was a supplier's account.

  • by Emma Koehn
'They start with a fingernail and end with an arm': Restaurants farewell Foodora

'They start with a fingernail and end with an arm': Restaurants farewell Foodora

The delivery giant's exit from the Australian market was seen as inevitable by some.

  • by Emma Koehn & Cara Waters