Amy Pun

Amy Pun is a journalist at Dynamic Business and Dynamic Export. Amy is interested in online journalism and social media. She is studying in her 4th year at the University of Sydney doing Bachelor of Arts Media and Communications and Bachelor of Law. She's looking forward to working with the DB team!

Eternal Creation – fair trade fashion label

Inspired by her volunteer placement in North India, where she taught sewing to Tibetan refugees, Australian designer Frances Carrington founded her label ‘Eternal Creation’ to support Himalayan communities.

The entrepreneur with the millionaire mindset

How do you get rich fast? Wealth coach, founder of the millionaire mindset club, author and self-made multi millionaire, Pat Mesiti believes you get rich slowly.

Entrepreneur with an appetite for expansion

After South African entrepreneur Stan Gordon made the bold move to come to Australia - a country he knew nothing about - he felt like he'd landed on Mars.

Start-up baiting students to study

Do you remember back in the days, when you would clean your room to collect that dollar and be a step closer to getting hold of that Barbie or football?

First Australian airport hotel for business people on the go

Business travellers can now land in Sydney, and expect to be sitting at a conference room within minutes of leaving the airport.

7 levels of intimacy

You see a glimmer in their eyes, a smile sinking into their cheeks and hear the curiosity in their voice. No, we don’t mean THAT kind of intimacy.

A day with the young entrepreneurs of Sydney

This year Dynamic Business was fortunate enough to participate in the Young Entrepreneurs’ Unconvention at the Sydney Convention Centre. We’ve spoken with a lot of entrepreneurs but this event is one of the largest gatherings of the best business minds in Australia.

Australians shocked into life insurance

Have you made a future plan for your family in the event of your passing? No? You’re not alone.

Group buying puts Darwin Harbour Cruises out front

Rachel Beaumont started her family business with just one small boat. Now she’s the record holder for selling the highest number of group deals nationally on LivingSocial.

Game on for marketers

Gamification is a new phenomenon facing businesses around the world. The aim of the movement is to create fun and innovative games to engage customers.

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