The key to success on Instagram is to be your authentic self, says a new marketing force.
Founder of Melbourne clothing label Zachary, Effie Kats, reveals how social media helped her business catch the eye of international celebrities. Small businesses are finding big markets thanks to online platforms.
Dog owners are spoiling their pets more than ever, from buying luxury clothes to coveted cakes. Reporter Lucy Holmes takes a look at this trend.
The Panama Papers have revealed a mass of deceit within politics and money and business interests around the world. Will that have any impact on the forthcoming Australian election?
Vocational placement and unpaid internships are becoming popular ways for young people to make the transition between higher education and full time work. A group of professionals from a range of industries participated in a panel discussion this month, drawing light on the issue.
International students trying to get by in Melbourne have discovered there’s a much more lucrative alternative to being paid $10 an hour, or even less, in a Chinese restaurant. Using an online chat app, students have discovered they can make a good income selling baby formula and personal and health care products to the massive Chinese market.
Ridesharing is growing rapidly in Melbourne and threatens to force the taxi industry to make substantial changes or face a bleak future.
Mojonews.com.au reporter PHI HA explains why Bitcoin’s volatile history shows investors shouldn’t expect to ride its rapid rise for long.
Bill Shorten notched up the rhetoric on penalty rates, declaring them the difference between parents sending kids to public or private schools. But he bit his tongue on the TPP trade pact, mojonews.com.au business editor ARON LEWIN writes in this week’s edition of Money Games.
Some cafes are using fair trade logos to lift sales, but are ripping off poor farmers by pocketing the extra profit, rather than paying them the cut they deserve, according to consumer advocacy group Choice.