Cutting hair has come a long way from the days of a short back and sides – Cameron Bayley talks to an award-winning hairdresser who learnt some important lessons about teamwork on an outback shearing station, and has since figured out a lot about how to maximise his operation.
Divorce statistics that read like an epidemic have encouraged a growing services industry to cater for it. Rebecca Spicer talks to a woman who’s taken advantage of this trend and, with some clever marketing, is making a success of her online business.
Entrepreneurial flair is writ large in the Export Council of Australia’s Export Heroes Awards, a hall of fame celebrating those who have made extraordinary contributions to the development of a uniquely Australian export culture. Monica Higgins talks to one such winner—Professor Philip Cox, founding director of the Cox Group of architects, who was named an… Continue reading Designer Hero
When his pyjama business was first launched, Peter Alexander didn’t imagine he would spend the next 18 years growing a brand and an online business. Now he shares how Peter Alexander, the brand, led to a profitable business.
Work experience and motherhood gave Victoria Lewis the idea for Freckles, a colourful homewares range for kids. But Lewis had no idea she’d soon be exporting Freckles to several international retail markets.
It’s one thing to take a niche product to the mainstream market, but exporting a niche is something completely different. Bruno Schiavi, from Jupi Corporation, shares his secrets to exporting the Pocket Sock.