Mike Mrkic

Mike Mrkic is the social web editor of Dynamic Business. He looks after our social media and web content. Mike has considerable experience in journalism and social media management working for companies like Channel V, Music Max, Sydney Star Observer and Idolator.

Jive talkin’ with CMO John Rizzo

We recently sat down with Jive Software's Palo Alto-based Chief Marketing Officer John Rizzo to discuss new social technologies and his company's expansion in the Australian market.

The entrepreneur changing the shape of Australians

When most people think of Geoff Jowett, bulging muscles and breakfast television appearances come to mind. But there's also an extremely successful businessman hiding behind those biceps.

Be a business athlete: Jim Brandon’s top 11 tips

Former NBA star Jim Brandon has transferred his considerable motivation skills to the business arena, pushing execs to be the best they can be.

V8 Supercars take the fast lane to success with Microsoft Office 365

V8 Supercars is now using Microsoft Office 365 to support its highly mobile and often far-flung workforce. Here's what your business can take from their story.

The entrepreneur taking the big screen outdoors

The Openair Cinema has only been running for 10 years but it's already a Bondi institution. From these humble beginnings, Alex Khadra-Bosse is now taking the festival around Australia.

The start-up improving corporate fitness

After treating an army of unprepared businessmen and women at last year's Sydney Half Marathon, sports physiotherapist Jennifer Dodge spotted a gap in the corporate fitness market and launched Office Athlete.

The entrepreneur making lunchtime healthy

It's been a big decade for Sumo Salad founder Luke Baylis. Since opening his first store in 2003, the health conscious entrepreneur has changed the way Australians eat lunch - and grown his business into a fast food staple.

Why social media is relevant for B2Bs

You assume because you don't sell directly to consumers that social media isn’t important? Think again.

How to network and get more followers on Twitter

Twitter is a great way to communicate with customers but it's just as useful for networking with other businesses, industry tastemakers and even potential investors. But how do you get their attention?

The start-up thinking inside the box

Twin sisters Sarah and Emily Hamilton proved that two heads are indeed better than one when they joined forces to launch an innovative online beauty business.

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