Week in review

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This week was a big week for Dynamic Business as we announced the Top10 Dynamic Entrepreneurs. It was also a great week for advice related expert pieces!

Dynamic Business picked the best snippets of the week.

Top10 Dynamic Entrepreneurs announced 

The Top10 Dynamic Entrepreneurs celebrate Australia’s leading entrepreneurs in the start-up space, recognising the brightest talents in the industry. Four esteemed judges worked hard to choose the Top10 from nominations provided; Amanda Price from KPMG, Anthony Sochan from Think & Grow, Nicola Farrell from muru-D and Terry Paule from Findex. All four judges are experts in the startup space and are renowned for their business acumen.

4 common legal traps

When starting a business, it’s always exciting to talk about your ideas and plan how you’ll put them into action. When it comes to the legal side of it, not so much. It’s understandable why people don’t want to preoccupy themselves with making sure every legal requirement has been met, but if anything falls through the cracks – then it’s on you. In this article we’ll discuss the common traps new business owners fall into and how tackles these early on so that you can spend more time on the stuff that matters to you.

Why you need to have deeper conversations 

There are two ways to increase your sales. The first is to get more customers. While this is always desirable it is not without a cost. The second and more profitable way is to sell more to your current customers. In retail, the hardest part can be getting the customer to walk through your doors.

Tune in next week!