About Author

Tim Ladhams

Tim Ladhams

Tim Ladhams is a print and digital editor and journalist with a business background of 30 years’ across multiple industries. Tim is the Editor of Inside Small Business. He can be reached at [email protected]

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Q&A: Laying down the law for women

Courtney Bowie set up her own law firm, Her Lawyer, to address the inaccessibility of traditional legal services to women in business.

Q&A: Developing a watertight business model

The ethos of doing a great job rather than trying to “reinvent the wheel” helped Water Tight Canberra win a 2019 Telstra small business award.

Q&A: Raise a glass to a career change

How a successful businesswoman gave up a career in banking and reinvented herself as as a leading light in the world of champagne.

Q&A: Exercising the right to a healthier future

How a pioneer in neurological rehab has juggled the sometimes contradictory roles of health professional and business owner to improve the lives of th…

Q&A: Going bio helps says bye bye to plastic waste

How two experienced entrepreneurs’ biodegradable packaging enterprise is helping businesses reduce their plastic footprint.

Q&A: There’s no masking young entrepreneur’s success

A female entrepreneur was ridiculed when she first launched her line of fashionable face masks onto the the Aussie market, but who’s laughing now?

The bushfires: rebuilding from scratch

Despite his premises burning to the ground Geoff Hatton is already helping the Batemas Bay community restock their homes and holiday lets with white g…

Breaking down borders

Giving plenty of opportunities and channels for communication ensures that people feel understood in a business with a diverse workforce.

Q&A: Oiling the wheels of social enterprise

How two girls are promoting the healing and nutrition properties of Argan oil and, in so doing, are helping the communities from which the oil is sour…

The bushfires: the sustenance of the relief effort

The Cann River community – and everyone sent in to save them from the bushfires – were fed and watered throughout the crisis by the local cafe.

Q&A: A pure solution for cleaner skin

A spell living in Greece was the inspiration behind the formation of an eczema-busting skincare range made of natural Australian ingredients.

The bushfires: brand new trucks with nowhere to go

A Pambula couple invested heavily in new trucks to run tours for passengers coming into the new cruise terminal at Eden…then the bushfires hit.

Q&A: Paving the path to better career prospects

Meet the co-founder of an online business helping people with their personal development and finding jobs despite the challenges posed by the virus.

Q&A: Going with the flow to a fitter future

A former NRL player’s chance meeting with a yoga instructor led to a new concept in the fitness industry…and a great day out on the streets of New Y…

Q&A: Natural relief a family affair

How a mother and son harnessed the medicinal benefits of the indigenous Tassie kunzea plant to bring arthritis relief to sufferers around the world.

Q&A: A picture paints a thousand words

“Our overarching vision is to transform cities around the world into giant galleries of artwork that sustain and support their local artist communitie…

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