Kitchen Bench Business Tales
This week, Neva Niland shares her story about leaving behind her job in the recruitment industry to start her own kids’ fashion boutique online.
This week we interviewed Yael Maree, an inspiring Gold Coast mum who supports an entire Tanzanian community through her fair trade art sales here in Australia. Tell us a little about the person behind the business? I am an almost 34 year old mother to two incredible kids, Ella and Jimmy, and married to one More Info »
This week we interviewed the queen of green shopping bags Kaylene Petit.
This week we interviewed the pied piper of lead generation for wholesale businesses, Kim Town. Learn how Kim uses a simple system and boundaries to run her business from home.
This week Graphic Designer Nicky Attridge talks about leaving behind workplace stress to create a business you love. Tell us a little about the person behind the business? I am a mum to 2 girls aged 10 and 12, a wife to my wonderful husband of nearly 12 years and a super busy business owner. More Info »
This week we hear from Scentsy consultant Jennifer Hudson. Jennifer shares her story and tips on how to run a successful side-line party plan business while juggling your family and a full time job.
This week Cas interviewed inspirational mum Shirley Potter about a kidney transplant that lead to her work at home drop shipping business. Tell us a little about the person behind the business? I am a mum of three great adult children and married to my loving husband Steve. I’m a geek tech and a lover More Info »
Work at home mum Tiona Hall shares how heartbreak lead her to startup an inspirational home based business to help grieving mums. Tell us a little of your story? My name is Tiona Hall. At 5am on Tuesday 5th February 2013 I gave birth to a baby boy at home. He was 20 weeks & More Info »
This week Cas talked to Natrice Grosvenor from Marli and Me Online Children’s Marketplace. Natrice shares her passion finding hidden talent in the mum and baby boutique marketplace and some awesome productivity tips for work at home parents. Tell us a little about the person behind the business? I am a mother, wife, daughter, marketing More Info »
When you work from home finding great quality resources can be difficult, especially when there are so many dodgy ones out there. Here are four that have the Support a WAHP stamp of approval: Business Mentoring: Build a Little Biz Karen Gunton specialises in working with little businesses to help them shine and grow. As More Info »
When you have a hard day or a hard week, seek out the company of other work at home parents and encourage each other.
Your brand is much more than your logo. It is the message you are sending to the world about the core of your business. Are you crystal clear about who you are sending that message to?
When it comes to websites that perform for your business, there is a clear winner, and that winner is a Wordpress self-hosted website. Here’s why…
Home based businesses are dependent on fast and reliable internet connections, and this requirement is only going to grow in the future.
How does the Government’s NBN and the Opposition’s plan for the NBN effect home based business in Australia? Whose plan is better technically, and whose plan is the best value for money?
If you’ve had trouble keeping up with the millions of competitions on Facebook, Pinterest etc, join the club. You might see something cool in your newsfeed and think, “I’ll go back to that later,” but never quite manage it. , whether you’re entering them (and hopefully winning some!) or whether you are running them. You More Info »