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Cybersecurity firm takes out top business awards

Cybersecurity firm takes out top business awards

Canberra cyber security firm Penten was awarded the 2018 Telstra Australian Business of the Year at an awards ceremony in Melbourne on Thursday evening.

  • by Cara Waters

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Brisbane students build 'world-first' stargazing app for vision-impaired
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Brisbane students build 'world-first' stargazing app for vision-impaired

The app uses NASA data and users find planets, satellites, stars and comets through touch and sound.

  • by Toby Crockford
'Ban the single-use prime minister' meme spawns start-up overnight
Malcolm Turnbull

'Ban the single-use prime minister' meme spawns start-up overnight

Gwen Blake didn't mean to start a business, she just wanted to share a little Australian political joke.

  • by Cara Waters
Bold Businesses Podcast: How Pana Chocolate went from Vespa to global
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Bold Businesses Podcast: How Pana Chocolate went from Vespa to global

Chocolate is still hand-made and hand-wrapped at Pana Chocolate despite its international expansion.

  • by Cara Waters
Aussie cracks the US sports fitness market
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Aussie cracks the US sports fitness market

Paul Nicholas has invented a unique fitness product and surfer Sally Fitzgibbons swears by it.

  • by Christine D'Mello
'Hell on earth': Back in Motion physio franchisees 'bullied and trapped'
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'Hell on earth': Back in Motion physio franchisees 'bullied and trapped'

Peter Bain was the chief financial officer of the Back In Motion Health Group for over two years. It didn't take long for him to realise something was wrong.

  • by Cara Waters
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Private equity mulls sale of Lorna Jane
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Private equity mulls sale of Lorna Jane

Private equity group Champ Ventures is considering selling its 40 per cent stake in activewear brand Lorna Jane.

  • by Cara Waters
Brisbane medical entrepreneur gets approval to sell product in US
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Brisbane medical entrepreneur gets approval to sell product in US

A 31-year-old Brisbane entrepreneur who developed a smaller, stronger and cheaper screw to fix fractures has been given the approval to sell it in the US.

  • by Ruth McCosker
Yoga, meditation, decaf: Radek Sali buys into the wellness boom
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Yoga, meditation, decaf: Radek Sali buys into the wellness boom

The former chief executive of Swisse is using some of his $250 million windfall to buy into the Wanderlust festival.

  • by Cara Waters
'Missing link': the invisible DNA spray helping catch crooks
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'Missing link': the invisible DNA spray helping catch crooks

Tania Jolley is taking her business international as the technology continues to attract interest.

  • by Cara Waters
How we can better help women in startups
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How we can better help women in startups

Events are one way to provide women with peers and role models in starting a business.

  • by Holly Stephens