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'Missing link': the invisible DNA spray helping catch crooks

'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

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How we can better help women in startups
Opinion
Opinion

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
'It nearly broke me': Exiting a business is hard to do
Managing

'It nearly broke me': Exiting a business is hard to do

Starting a business is the easy part, exiting is where things get difficult.

  • by Cara Waters
Top tips for realising the best value for your business

Top tips for realising the best value for your business

The sale of your business can be used to fund retirement or as capital for other investments, so it’s important to get it right to maximise what you get.

  • by Olivia Maragna
Sarah Wilson battles copycat I Quit Sugar range
Managing

Sarah Wilson battles copycat I Quit Sugar range

The entrepreneur closed her business earlier this year but is battling a range of similar products made by her former manufacturer.

  • by Cara Waters
Excise tax leaves bad taste in the mouths of gin and whisky producers
Food & drink

Excise tax leaves bad taste in the mouths of gin and whisky producers

Spirit producers insist they’re being unfairly punished by the government excise on alcohol.

  • by Nina Hendy
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Intrepid Travel: From backpackers to Australia's biggest B Corp
Travel

Intrepid Travel: From backpackers to Australia's biggest B Corp

Geoff Manchester hasn't lost the travel bug over the years.

  • by Cara Waters
The one area you can't wing it in business
Opinion
Opinion

The one area you can't wing it in business

Every day spent ignoring the problem creates more angst and pressure.

  • by Emma Isaacs
How Aussie flat whites and smashed avocado have taken New York
Managing

How Aussie flat whites and smashed avocado have taken New York

Australian cafe culture has taken hold in the Big Apple and it's not just because of the coffee.

  • by Cara Waters
Making a fortune in slippers
Managing

Making a fortune in slippers

Earning six figures while running a business in your slippers sounds like a pipe dream. But it’s reality for some.

  • by Nina Hendy
Why Justin Trudeau is luring Australia's female entrepreneurs to Canada
Startups

Why Justin Trudeau is luring Australia's female entrepreneurs to Canada

The proudly feminist Canadian PM has unveiled a $2 billion pitch for female entrepreneurs.

  • by Cara Waters