Table of Plenty founder on community and customer service
With just over six years in the business, Kate Weiss’ Table of Plenty is already offering the world a taste of healthy and delicious Australian snacks and muesli. Now, she’s sharing her reasons for starting the business, and what drives her to further success.
Dick Smith speaks out against “capitalist” business models
Dick Smith has spoken out on the negative impact ALDI and Costco are having on Australian producers, saying blame shouldn’t be directed at Coles and Woolworths for the supermarket price wars.
The entrepreneur helping restaurants book bums on seats
Your Friday Entrepreneur Fix this week features Dimmi founder Stevan Premutico, who changed the way the restaurant industry takes bookings.
Mark Harbottle on the internet and start-up success
Your Friday Entrepreneur Fix this week features Entrepreneur of the Year and self-confessed “start-up guy”, Mark Harbottle.
Successful fitness entrepreneur talks passion, vision and flexibility
Liam Taylor made a significant career change in 2009, moving from personal trainer to CEO of Perth-based business Surge Fitness and becoming a respected business leader in the three years since. Before Taylor took the helm at Surge, the business was on the brink of insolvency but it now boasts an annual revenue of over $3 million and a membership of more than 3,000.