Alexander Fleming

Wellness and Lifestyles earns Ernst and Young accolade

Nick Heywood-Smith, director of health services company Wellness and Lifestyles, has been named the Ernst & Young Central Region Young Entrepreneur of the Year.

Westpac woos SMEs with BusinessIQ

Westpac have announced a series of initiatives to help to support Australia's small business community, focusing on a new and revitalised online BusinessIQ.

NAB and AXA extend merger proposal deadline

The National Australia Bank and AXA Asia Pacific Holdings have agreed to extend the period for NAB to address merger concerns raised by the ACCC to August 31.

City Ceramics win NT Business of the Year Award

Darwin retailer City Ceramics has once again been declared the Telstra Northern Territory Business of the Year following the awards ceremony on Friday evening.

Home and Giving July Fair continues to grow – up 12%

Gift and Homewares Australia's second Home and Giving July Fair, held at Sydney Showground, welcomed a turnout from exhibitors and visitors from across the industry.

New online tool gives businesses a crash course in IP

Parliamentary Secretary for Innovation and Industry, Richard Marles MP, today announced a new online tool to help SMEs manage their intellectual property.

NSW Business Chamber offers free online business education

The NSW Business Chamber is offering SMEs free access to it's new Online Growth Program, complete with one-on-one coaching, seminars, and information

Gumleaf Gutter Protection sucks up Leaf Man

Outdoor renovation service company Gumleaf Gutter Protection has recently absorbed competing brand Leaf Man Guttering Protection.

Energise Enterprise small business festival guide launched

A new 48-page guide to the month long Energise Enterprise - Australia's largest small business festival - was launched in Melbourne earlier today.

Peter Holmes a Court and Ray Martin turn out to support AES

Peter Holmes a Court and Ray Martin last week joined the Aboriginal Employment Strategy to celebrate the achievements of Indigenous Australian Career seekers.

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