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Small Business

Posted on May 3, 2017

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Successful small and medium businesses often have that something special that sets them apart.  It might be great ideas and products, fast systems and processes or the best customer service experience.

Here, Michelle Bourke from ArtLiveMedia, tells us how, as a cloud-first company, their team exists across time zones and different countries.

For more on how to be ‘that’ business, head to Smarter Business.

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The tech transforming textiles

Tech and Innovation

Posted on April 21, 2017

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The textiles industry is the second largest polluter to our planet after oil, yet the destructive effect of clothing production is, to most of us, largely invisible.

But for Graham Ross, an avid runner and Founder of Kusaga Athletic, the devastating environmental impact of the manufacturing process was all too apparent.

Intent on developing a more ethical alternative, Graham employed the latest technology to enable Kusaga Athletic to become the first and only brand in the world to invent a fabric, quite literally, from the ground up.

With the fabric of the future under its belt, the company launched a disruptive product that sits at the intersection of sport and sustainability to the international active wear market. One that challenges industry norms and shows how tech can help small businesses make a huge difference.

Watch the video above to find out more, and visit kusagaathletic.com to view their range.

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From farm to fork – how tech is enabling Brookfarm

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Posted on April 18, 2017

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Successful small and medium businesses often have that something special that sets them apart.  It might be great ideas and products, fast systems and processes or the best customer service experience.

After years of seeing large amounts of macadamia produce go offshore, Byron Bay farmers Pam and Martin Brook saw an opportunity to create Australian-produced premium products containing macadamias that people would enjoy and eat every single day.  Here, Pam shares her story of the moment she knew Brookfarm would be a success and how they use technology throughout the business, from farm to fork.

This video was produced with the assistance of Australian-macadamias.org.

For more on how to be ‘that’ business, head to Smarter Business.

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Telstra Business Awards Small Business

Posted on April 10, 2017

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Successful small and medium businesses often have that something special that sets them apart. It might be great ideas and products, fast systems and processes or the best service and customer experience.

Jamie Cooke of Stone and Wood Brewing shares with us his secrets for creating a thriving village-type brewery embraced by beer drinkers around the country

For more on how to be that business, head to Smarter Business.

 

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Telstra Business Awards Small Business

Posted on March 27, 2017

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Successful small and medium businesses often have that something special that sets them apart. It might be great ideas and products, fast systems and processes or the best service and customer experience.

We thought we’d sit down with some businesses that are among leaders in their fields and find out what they do that sets them apart.

Cargo Crew is a business putting modern style into workplace uniforms. In the video above, Creative Director – Felicity Rogers, tell us how they are innovating, employing the latest tech and going above and beyond for customers.

For more on how to be that business, head to Smarter Business.

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