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How King Kong changed digital marketing
Sabri Suby is the founder of Australia’s fastest-growing digital marketing agency, King Kong, and author of inte...
Divorced – Networks and Education
By Dr Steve Enticott This week on Episode eight we spoke with Josh Pennell and Azita Abdollahian both with very ...
Probably don’t call your company Evil Corp. Here’s why
Who would of thought it? A Russian organisation called Evil Corp has found itself in trouble with US authorities...
The woman who brought Zara to Australia
Global fashion brands are clamouring to gain a foothold in Australia. Tory Archbold is the person behind the lau...
A fresh way to access investment on the ASX
Fresh Equities is a licensed arranger of investments into ASX placements and shortfalls. Not a broker, not a cor...
Being as good at the business as the trade
Tradies are crucial to the Australian economy, but is it possible some of them aren’t as good at running t...
Creating music to help kids snooze
Parental leave is about adjusting to parenthood and it’s going to impact sleep. When it’s over, you expect...
Why LinkedIn car videos are the new 80s perm
We’ve all seen them. The annoying videos of people giving lectures to their camera phone in their car on t...
Tik Tok backtracks on disabled ban
Chinese social media platform Til Tok has admitted it made a mistake when it told administrators to keep an eye ...
BTS at an Aussie Drone startup
Swoop Aero uses 3D printers to create drones at their warehouse in Port Melbourne. The drones are then sent to r...
Remarkable Influencers December 2
Natalie Giddings, MD of The Remarkables Group, interviews peels back the curtain on the influencer industry....
A startup to cure your hangover
How a trip to South Korea ended up with an amazing business idea. The power of Korean Pears that can actually pr...
Innovate Today December 2
The host of TickerTV’s new innovation and startup show; Innovate Today, Monday’s at a 9am is Melbourne serial en...
Doing it Justice, Physical Fitness and Hope
By Dr Steve Enticott This week on Episode seven we spoke with James Lynch and Luke Richards. Both careers focuse...
Handle Your Own PR
PR queen Jules Brooke hosts this program designed to help small and medium businesses get free press and public ...
How to handle an Elon Musk sized PR crisis
It was the most talked about car launch ever. The Tesla Cybertruck launch was slick and a Hollywood sized produc...
Using drones to deliver medication
Then it comes to rural Australia, delivering life saving medicine can be a challenge. We all know about the Roya...
Loneliness, Hopelessness & Punching a Wall
By Dr Steve Enticott This week on 30 Life Crisis we spoke with Scott Kuru on his journey from a divorced dad wit...
Lift Off Awards take off at YBF Ventures
YBF Ventures held the second annual Lift Off Awards on 21 November 2019. Lord Mayor of Melbourne Sally Capp was ...
Handle Your Own PR
PR Queen Jules Brooke interviews business people about their PR needs and gives them tips on how to get PR for f...
Why scaling up is the new startup
Paul Wilson has some precious advice for entrepreneurs – and the importance of not just starting up, but s...
How to handle social media complaints
You know what we’re talking about, right? You’ve got a Facebook page and there are always those few ...
Kylie Jenner in for massive pay-day
There’s going to be a big pay day for Kylie Jenner, who’s announced plans to sell the majority of her cosmetics ...
Awareness, Modesty and Visibility
Dr Steven Enticott We learned three lessons from John Maltby on Episode 5 of 30 Life Crisis. Lack of Self Awaren...
How Instagram’s changes are changing influencers
Remarkable Influencers is hosted by Natalie Giddings, the Managing Director of The Remarkables Group. When Insta...
Why next-gen employees won’t work for bossy bosses
We all know those workplaces. They’re a little bit like classrooms. A middle manager (teacher) and a bunch...
Stan prepares for a Disney free future
It was the coup of the decade for the local streamer, last December, when Stan landed the local Disney deal to b...
Funlocka wants us to love our work
Employee engagement app Funlocka uses an algorithm to learn people’s preferences and passions to deliver them wi...
Has Canada had its cannabis high?
All things that go high must come down right? Canopy Growth shares plunged to two-year lows after revenue, profi...
How PR can help startups increase value
When we think of public relations, we generally think of big business. But how can startups and smaller business...
Drought affected farmers turn to Google for extra revenue
As drought grips much of the east coast, farming communities are struggling to make ends meet. Many are turning ...
Why insurance is unlikely to save you with dodgy builders
As the economy faces a downturn, many residents and workers end up losing out, as many builders simply go bust. ...
Is climate change to blame for bushfires?
A political fight has erupted about the cause of massive bushfires burning in NSW, Queensland and WA. As firefig...
Behind the scenes at a Melbourne barber shop
So what really goes on behind the scenes of an Aussie barber shop? They’ve become all the rage in recent y...
Are car share companies the new Netflix?
As plans are being hatched for more than 130 street parks in the crowded inner-city suburbs of Melbourne to be h...
Why startups shouldn’t rely on raising capital
Nick Bell is one of the founders of Removify – which helps businesses remove unwanted and fake online revi...
How to build your personal brand
For freelancers and entrepreneurs, building a personal brand has never been more important than it is today. Any...
The rise and rise of the social media influencer
Social media influencers are the idols of millennials and the main hope of marketing companies. Only the lazy di...
Why companies get away with underpaying staff
A growing list of Aussie companies have admitted to underpaying workers, turning themselves in to the Fair Work ...
AirBnB will finally verify every listed property
It’s only taken 11 years, but a bit of bad publicity was the final straw it seems. Airbnb says it will spe...
The best recipe for work lunch prep
Spending too much on lunch at work? Looking for some ideas? Ticker’s Master Chef Ruby Noosa comes up with ...
The three reasons Labor lost the federal election
Labor lost the federal election in May 2019 because of three overriding reasons, according to the party’s offici...
Business Profile – OnQ Software
OnQ Software are LIMS experts with a proven track record in delivering real benefits for laboratories around the...
Why The Markets Are Reaching Record Highs
The Australian share market has finally beaten its record high set nearly 12 years ago, thanks to positive signs...
Why The NBN Can Never Reach 100mbps
The NBN will never actually give you the top speed of 100mbps, it’s been revealed. NBN Co is facing renewe...
Not so fast, says Trump on China tariffs
Some US tariffs on China are likely to remain in place even in the event of a trade deal, according to officials...
Looking after casual employees
Perx is a UK based app that is coming to Australia. The idea is to help casual employees in the gig economy acce...
How Qantas will overcome its 737 problem
Qantas has a bit of a problem – confirming it’s found a structural crack in a third aircraft during ...
A Suitcase With a Charger? Must Be July
July Checked Luggage allows you to travel with ease. Not only is the design sophisticated and chic, but the insi...
An app that helps you make ethical shopping choices
We’ve ever cared more than now about where our products are sourced from. From $5 t-shirts to where our wi...