Issue No. 56 - month/month year
Luxury Surf Retreat wins surf converts
Surfing SA’s first Ladies Luxury Surf Retreat in early September saw eight very enthusiastic ladies come together to have a weekend of luxury and adventure....
Pendleton makes SA flavour fun
Hindmarsh-based food industry innovator, Pendleton Fine Foods has released a traditional Hazelnut Dukkah, adding to its already successful almond and pistachio Dukkah products....
Phil Hoffmann adds training value
At the new Phil Hoffmann Travel corporate HQ in Glenelg, in the redeveloped Bayside Village Shopping Centre, the dedicated training centre is proving its worth by extending the travel offering to clients as well as developing staff potential....
PPIPA takes branding to national stage
Family business flexibility is the strength at the core of PPI Promotion & Apparel of Woodville, which provides merchandise solutions for clients’ branding through product launches, trade shows, conferences, safety programs, Christmas gifts, staff & client incentives, and more....
Torque Industries strikes clever
For manufacturer and distributor, Torque Industries, diversification has been a key driver of growth which not only gives customers a complete solution, but offers the business a hedge to soften the impact of economic downturn....
What is the cost of marketing?
by Dr David Corkindale and Dr David Corkindale
A common question people starting a business ask, as do even CEOs of big businesses under pressure, is: how much should we spend on marketing? In order to answer this we need to be clear on what we mean by ‘marketing’ and what it is that it is required to achieve....
Who controls your domain names?
by Theresa Bunyon
Whether you own one or many domain names, you need to be aware of the research process, and your domain registration process, to ensure your rightful ownership is never in question....
Why rewards don’t fire performance
by Professor Chad Perry
The entrepreneurial Atlassian business started in Sydney in 2002, making software development and collaboration tools to help teams deliver products faster, from concept to launch....
Willunga market grows
by Wendy Perry
Since moving to the sidewalk space outside The Alma Hotel and Fino’s in Hill Street, Willunga, after growing out of their original location, there have been quite a few changes at Willunga Farmers Market....
Issue No. 55 - October/November 2010
Look to unlock Federal funding
by Matthew Herring
Despite the difficulties in sourcing debt finance and raising capital among cautious private investors, companies are still overlooking federal grant funding....
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