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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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Fintech solutions

Most SME owners are time-poor and focused on driving their business forward so tighter turnaround times are an appealing attribute of fintech.

ISB Top 50 nominations close tomorrow!

ISB Top 50 small business leaders 2020 nominations close tomorrow so make sure the small business leader you most admire doesn’t miss out.

Q&A: The innovators offering a chemical-free alternative to chronic pain relief

Two innovative Queenslanders have developed a chemical-free alternative to pill-popping for the three million plus Aussies who suffer from chronic pai…

Top of the class

Jonathan Sanghvi is the CEO of Kinetic Education, an enterprise that helps young Australians to achieve their full potential in maths and English.

Taking building management up a level

“Most strata or body corporate managers only have about 10 per cent of the information about the buildings they are managing to hand at any one time…

Q&A: The caring side of AI

Serial entrepreneur Kane Sajdak’s latest venture, HomeGuardian, leverages AI to alert carers in the event of an elderly person having a fall.

It’s time to nominate your Top 50 Small Business Leaders

We would like to invite all our readers, contributors and the wider small-business community to nominate their favourite Small Business Leaders.

Q&A: The app protecting the tools of the trades

How a full-time nurse’s side hustle addresses the rise in the theft of power tools and the challenges of reuniting tradies with recovered stolen items…

Q&A: Social enterprise at the forefront of saving man’s best friend

Adopt-A-Dog portal is the first step in Michael and Kim McTeigue’s mission of ensuring that no adoptable dogs are euthanised in Australia by 2022.

Building a successful business without fleecing the planet

LoveMerino is the culmination of five generations of persistence and passion of a Merino farming family from Wellington in country NSW.

Collaborating on wellness and waste reduction

Ulu Hye founders Heidi and Vasia reduce their carbon footprint in every way they possibly can, from carpooling to their office, to using recycled boxe…

Q&A: Crafting a safe, enjoyable tipple for coeliacs

Richard Jeffares set out to ensure he could still enjoy craft beer after being diagnosed with Coeliac Disease by founding his own gluten-free brewery.

Wholesome changes for a healthier planet

A sustainable ethos can mean making difficult short-term decisions for the greater good, such as delisting products that perform well in terms of sa…

More beauty, less waste

A young entrpreneur is showing the way the beauty industry can audit the products they are using daily and explore eco-friendly alternatives.

Q&A: The young entrepreneur with the bottle to take on ocean pollution

Gabby Samkova’s start-up SomerSide produces stylish, eco-friendly towels, each of which is made from between eight and 14 recycled plastic bottles.

“Historic” meeting a ray of hope to small-businesses ravaged by fires

“It wasn’t just the normal faces we see…it was also the faces of people who have been living with these fires for days and weeks and continue to…

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