Liz Trethowan

Elizabeth Trethowan is an intern writer at Dynamic Business. Currently doing her masters in media and communications, she absolutely loves to write. Still enjoying the student lifestyle, she can often be found trying out new recipes in the kitchen or curling up for a good movie with friends.

Winning talks customer service & jumping online

Appliances Online was awarded the honours of Best Customer Experience and Best Site Optimisation and Design at the Online Retail Industry Awards (OIRA's) on Tuesday night, and CEO John Winning has told Dynamic Business his company's success is due to its focus on customer service.

B2B group buying fostering greater customer loyalty

Bizz Buzz, a start-up group buying site delivering group buying deals to SMBs, has announced it's saved local businesses over $200,000 in discounts since its inception and is fostering greater customer loyalty than B2C group buying sites are capable of.

Shop A Docket giving SMEs a kick start with free ad package

In order to drum up business for itself and SMEs, Shop A Docket is offering small businesses six weeks free in any 18-week advertising package on Shop A Docket grocery dockets, both online and in-store.

New survey urges women in business to speak up

Female small business owners are being given the opportunity to have their say in the country's first national research project that specifically addresses the concerns of women in business.

Hairhouse Warehouse recognised for franchising excellence

Hairhouse Warehouse has received three finalist nominations in this year’s Excellence in Franchising Awards.

Internet TV growth marks new business promotion opportunities

The internet TV advertising industry will grow 476 percent in five years thanks to the increasing popularity of online video streaming, delivering businesses fresh opportunities to reach new audience demographics.

AVG unveils 2012 online security edition

AVG (AU/NZ) has announced the release of its 2012 Internet Security Business Edition, a strong protection security software for SMBs and the latest version of which promises to be faster, lighter and easier to use.

Employee satisfaction levels plummet as Google tops Dream Employer survey

Less than half of all employees are satisfied with their job, a new survey has found, with 45 percent of employed respondents intending to seek jobs elsewhere in the next 12 months and only 33 percent saying they'd recommend their employer.

Moving away from lean office design empowers employees

Employees who are involved in the design of their personal workplace have been found to be up to a third more productive, according to office and care management studies by University of Exeter chartered psychologist Dr. Craig Knight. Knight spoke to Dynamic Business about the impact a work environment has on employee productivity.

Business confidence falls sharply in August

Business confidence dropped in August, thanks largely to increased global uncertainty, major falls in equity markets and a widespread fear of European debt.

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