Rhiannon Sawyer

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[NB: Rhiannon Sawyer no longer works for Dynamic Business]. Rhiannon Sawyer is the editor for Dynamic Business online. She also looks after online content for Dynamic Export. She loves writing business profiles and is fascinated by the growing world of homegrown online businesses and how so many people can make money in their pyjamas.

Australians are using more online services than ever

We spoke to CEO Gary Swart about the growing trend among Australian small businesses to outsource office admin.

How to avoid financial stress in your business

It's not something that any small business wants to think about but the reality is that business does on occasion hit bad times. Here are some ways to avoid needing help, and who to ask when you really do.

How to be security conscious in your business

While everyone is thinking about BYOD and BYOA in their small business, there are plenty of security issues to be wary of. Robbie Upcroft, SMB sales manager Asia Pacific at McAfee, offers his advice.

5 things to avoid in your first year of business

Take some advice about how to avoid typical first year mistakes from a business that has been there, done that: Gooseberry Catering.

Microbusiness advice from Etsy

Online creative marketplace Etsy has been the home of many Australian micro-businesses just getting started in the retail market. Here Etsy’s country director for Australia, UK, Canada and New Zealand, Nicole Vanderbilt, sharing advice for micros.

Roundtable reveals women are champion networkers

This week six successful female entrepreneurs got together to discuss business, women in business, networking and everything in between. This is what they talked about.

Do Australian SMBs work from home?

There's been plenty written about working from home being the new fad, and employees demanding that option when they start. However how many people working in SMBs actually take up the offer?

Be a copycat on social media

When it comes to plagiarism, there's no excuse. But taking a leaf out of the books of social media experts and organisations doing social well is the best way to inspire your own content.

Business advice from female entrepreneurs

Female entrepreneurs from a variety of industries are sharing their knowledge and opinions at a roundtable this week presented by BlueChip Communications and Dynamic Business.

Top 5 ways to annoy the media

You might think that more is more when it comes to media coverage, but it’s not the case when it comes to contacting the media. Here are five things you should NEVER do.

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