Daniel Jacobs

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Daniel Jacobs was editor of Dynamic Business.

Ditching the daily grind: Christine Law discovers how you can be your own boss without taking the plunge

It’s the usual, ‘textbook’ story. Fed up of the daily grind, many turn their backs on an employment contract for the freedom of being...

International expansion may be vital for growth; but do you have what it takes?

For some businesses, expanding overseas is considered a vital component to their growth strategy. And it’s not hard to understand why. After all, they’re...

A step closer to tax breaks for investors; what can Australia learn from the UK experience?

Entrepreneurs, along with their start-ups and innovative ideas have certainly been discovered as the new ‘best friend’ of the Australian economy – or at...

Going against the grain and going strong: The advertising start-up reviving a lost art

We demand more, we want things quicker, and of course, we want it cheaper. These are the commercial pressures a number of industries are...

A unique approach: Tech start-up, Maestrano, partners with big players to reach SME’s

In January 2014, the Sydney tech start-up, Maestrano, launched with a mission; that mission was to help SME’s focus on their core business by...

The construction industry: It’s time to put gender stereotypes aside and embrace the power of diversity

When you imagine a construction worker, would you think of that person as male or female? It’s perhaps not necessary to state the assumed...

Why culture goes deeper than gimmicks by one of Australia’s Best Workplaces: The Entourage

If you practice what you preach, you’re more likely to gain credibility as a business leader - whether that be with your staff or...

Lawyer, Melissa Sinopoli, shakes up the traditional legal system with a world first instant fixed-fee comparison site

The legal industry is one steeped in tradition. Like our elders who will never give up on the feel of a newspaper for an...

Leading business experts share their insights on growing a business at GrowthCon 2016

A crowd of business leaders aspiring to take their businesses to the next level gathered yesterday for the inaugural GrowthCon event at Sydney’s Hilton...

Inspired by Airbnb; Bedssi aims to turn the student accommodation industry upside down

Did you know there are are over 1 million students enrolled at Australian universities and of these, more than 600,000 are international students? In...

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‘Young people have been disproportionately affected’: Taj Pabari

Taj Pabari is the CEO of the Australian School of Entrepreneurship (ASE), was named the Australian Young Innovator of the Year in...

Instant asset write-off incentive an opportunity for SMEs to digitise

With the 2020 Federal Budget bringing news of a new instant asset write-off measure for Australian small businesses, SMEs are being urged...

Business Ethics: Why it’s time to do business “for better”

As the public looks to businesses for the stability and guidance that many international organisations, governments and political institutions have failed to...

What the increased R&D Tax Incentive means for businesses

Many stakeholders in the Start-up and Innovation Funding sector were delighted to see the Morrison Government enhance the value of the R&D...

Let’s Talk: Success Secrets

Success looks different for each business. There is a huge variety in the business models that we hold up as success stories....

Unfair dismissal claim against Deliveroo may have widespread consequences for the gig economy

A former rider for Deliveroo has taken the food-delivery service to the Fair Work Commission (FWC) in an unfair dismissal case.

Australian dairy industry shifts its focus from China to Southeast Asia

As trade tensions with China increase, Australian industries as diverse as cotton, barley, coal and meat are being forced to reassess their...

Buy now, pay later made easy for SMEs as Zip partners with Visa, Apple, Google

Zip has announced its partnership with Visa, Apple and Google to allow many more small businesses to accept buy now, pay later...