Ashley Calabria

Ashley recently graduated from the University of Canberra with a degree in Journalism and is currently studying Public Policy at the University of Sydney. She enjoys travelling and hanging out with friends, and is interning with Dynamic Business.

30 most-hacked LinkedIn passwords revealed

Catch up with this great story from June 13 on the most hacked passwords from LinkedIn. a good reminder for password safety.

Mobile technology driving new retail

The value of retail purchases on mobile devices is set to increase to $5.6 billion in 2012, up from the $155 million generated by mobiles in 2010, a new report has revealed.

Women in business value ‘we’ over ‘me’

Aussie businesswomen are more likely to attribute their success to a team rather than themselves, according to a recent survey.

RBA leaves rates unchanged

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has left interest rates unchanged at 3.25 percent, citing a rise in inflation as a driving factor behind its decision.

Consumer confidence delivers hope for Christmas

More good news for SMBs in the lead up to Christmas with a new study showing consumer confidence has significantly increased in recent months.

Popularity the best way to get ahead professionally

Over three quarters of Australian professionals perceive being liked by co-workers as the best way to progress their career, with looking good and getting along with the boss being voted less important.

5 ways to better use the cloud

Many small business aren't making the most of the cloud due to a lack of knowledge and concerns around the security of data, in response to this MYOB has put together a list of the top 5 ways businesses can make better use of the technology.

Consumer spending rebounds as Christmas looms

SMBs have received some positive news in the lead up to Christmas with a new study showing sharp rebounds in consumer spending.

IKEA launches new service dedicated to SMBs

IKEA has launched a new service to help Aussie businesses create better working environments for their employees.

Marketing 101 for female entrepreneurs

The Australian Women Chamber of Commerce and Industry (AWCCI) is organising a marketing workshop for female entrepreneurs as a response to new findings revealing women struggle the most with marketing.

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