Lucy Cormack

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http://www.dynamicbusiness.com.au
Lucy is 20-year-old student at the University of Technology Sydney, currently completing a Bachelor of Communications (Journalism). She has previously worked with Pedestrian TV and student publications within UTS, and is now a Dynamic Business intern. Lucy is also a professional cellist and performs across Sydney when she's not writing.

Personal smartphones challenge work IT

Use of smartphones and other personal communication devices for work is increasing, according to the results of a recent global survey commissioned by Citrix.

Yelp Australia to promote local businesses

Community-led search website Yelp has announced the launch of Yelp Australia, which will allow users to create accounts through which they can swap opinions of and experiences with local businesses.

BigCommerce one step closer to the first e-commerce platform

BigCommerce has opened its platform to global developers via the new RESTful API, as it aims to build the world's first e-commerce platform.

Consumers say they’ll ‘try on’ the retail fitting fee

New statistics show 1 in 4 local consumers support the idea of a 'try-on' retail fee, designed to steer consumers away from trying goods in-store before buying them online.

Harvey Norman sees sales and profits slide

Harvey Norman’s revenue fell 3.8 percent in the three months to September 30, with its Australian, Kiwi, Slovenian and Irish franchises generating sales of $1.48 billion.

The top 40 business leaders under 40 in the spotlight

The Western Australian business community has begun its annual search for the top 40 in business leaders under 40.

Businesses sitting comfortably for 2012

Businesses are feeling confident about trading conditions for the upcoming year, following surprisingly positive expectation results during the September quarter.

Health worker takes home Telstra Victorian Business Woman award

Shelly Park was named the 2011 Telstra Victorian Business Woman of the Year at an awards ceremony earlier this week, amongst a finalist pool of enviably talented women.

Employment market facing contraction, expert warns

Workplace experts have put out a warning call to local jobs service providers to prepare for a contraction of the employment market.

New B2B deals aggregator launches

New Australian start-up Sweet Business Deals has developed a B2B daily deals aggregator, designed to deliver the best group buying deals to SMEs in just one place.

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