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Elm Coffee Roasters on a recent morning
Beans are unpacked, roasted and bagged within Elm Coffee Roasters, photographed Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017. (JORDAN STEAD / Amazon)
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Saving the ocean, one wave at a time

When carpenter, Rikki Gilbey, traded life in Devon, England for Sydney, he had no idea that his international sea change would lead to him to launch a business.

The two Aussies who are revolutionising soft drinks for adults

James Bruce and Stafford Fox moved to Byron in 2009 after becoming fed up with their corporate jobs. But what started out as a gap year, turned into the beginning of a thriving business together.

Beachbells: If you’ve got a beach, you’ve got a gym

Andy Coley moved halfway across the world in pursuit of Australia’s great outdoors, so he didn’t want to confine his workouts to a gym.

Meet the Aussies greening up your household essentials

Imagine if you could buy household essentials, AND help the environment at the same time? Introducing How We Roll.

How one Aussie dad is helping to save the reef and your skin

The day that Christopher Mathews’ daughter came home from day care caked in thick, chemical-rich sunscreen, was a wake-up call.

Aussie brewery launches non-alcoholic brew for beer lovers

All Jaz Wearin craved when she was pregnant was beer, but none of the non-alcoholic options on the market could scratch her itch.

Amazon Prime Day 2020 marked the two biggest days ever for Australian small businesses on Amazon.com.au

Australian Prime members saved millions of dollars during Prime Day, taking advantage of deep discounts and incredible deals over the two-day event—top categories that members shopped and saved in Australia included computers, electronics, home and beauty

The Amazon Australia Virtual Seller Summit - helping Australian SMBs make the most of our busiest shopping period

Today, 8 October 2020, Amazon Australia hosts its first ever virtual Seller Summit with over 1,000 people registered to attend the free event

How one Aussie business is changing the way the nation looks at salt

This entrepreneur saw that one product on tables around Australia just wasn’t up to scratch, so she set out to change it. While cutting her culinary teeth at renowned French Pastry School in Chicago, USA, Aussie-born Rowena Frith noticed the chefs used only the finest French salt – Fleur del Sel. But when she returned home to Australia, she struggled to find the product on local shelves.
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