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How a $720-a-night hotel shot to glory

Reinventing the service culture to encourage staff to bond with guests helped a Hunter Valley lodge join the ranks of the world's most prestigious group of hotels and restaurants.

Managing,Growing | Neena Bhandari | Mon Jun 13 12:56:40 EST 2011

ENTREPRENEUR

Spinning a new kind of yarn

Mike Hall.

After 20 years in journalism, including reporting stints in India and Africa, Mike Hall made a dramatic career move to start his own textile business.

Entrepreneur | Neena Bhandari | Thu Nov 11 13:46:20 EST 2010

FAMILY BUSINESS

A true blue sisterhood

Sisters.

Three Melbourne sisters have combined their skills to build a booming boutique immigration company.

Growing | Neena Bhandari | Tue Oct 26 11:00:50 EST 2010

Dining out on instant reservations

Dimmi.

In an increasingly digital world, most of us still book restaurants over the phone. But a booking engine developed last year is changing that.

Startup | Neena Bhandari | Thu Oct 07 14:27:50 EST 2010

GROWING

From Byron to the world

Cookies.

The Byron Bay Cookie Company began on an old farmhouse stove in 1990, and now exports to 20 countries.

Growing | Neena Bhandari | Mon Sep 13 14:18:20 EST 2010

What's black and white and green all over?

Collingwood green

Collingwood Football Club is helping small and medium enterprises go green, with one business on track to cut its energy bills in half.

Small business | Neena Bhandari | Mon Aug 09 12:56:30 EST 2010

GROWING

A woman with drive - from typewriters to trucking

Truck.

When Heather Jones decided to launch a solely female owned and operated truck company in the resource-rich rugged landscape of WA, few thought she would survive.

Growing | Neena Bhandari | Tue Jul 27 16:20:40 EST 2010

ENTREPRENEUR

Banking on a career in cupcakes

Cupcakes.

A former Wall Street investment banker who gave up the big bucks for a career in cupcakes has proven she still has a head for numbers, this week opening her third store.

Entrepreneur,Managing | Neena Bhandari | Thu Jul 01 12:09:10 EST 2010

 
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