WA internet company Pentanet is raising $20 million in fresh equity less than six months after listing on the ASX.
Twenty-two WA businesses have received funding to help them bolster trade ties with key Asian markets such as Indonesia, Singapore and Japan.
In its 50 years of operation Perth’s Camera Electronic has seen plenty of changes, and dealt with a swag of legends.
The City of Perth has forced the closure of the iconic Bocelli Espresso Cafe amid a legal battle with giant industry superannuation property fund, ISPT.
Outland Denim is offering shoppers another chance to buy a stake in the sustainable fashion brand as crowdfunding gains traction with young, eco-conscious consumers.
Pressure is mounting on the McGowan Government to open up the electricity market, with WA’s peak body for independent power providers saying businesses need competitive prices post-COVID.
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Increasing access to venture capital will be key to fuelling the next phase of growth for Indigenous start-ups, industry experts say.
The owners of Bocelli Espresso in the CBD have vowed to fight City of Perth after a top council bureaucrat threatened to seize control of the landmark cafe next week.
The Agnello family has launched an online campaign to save their landmark Bocelli Espresso cafe in Forrest Place from demolition at the hands of a $19 billion property fund.
Owners of some small and medium-sized businesses in shopping centres are urging the McGowan Government to scrap embedded site energy arrangements.
WA’s Indigenous business leaders are urging companies to implement long-term reconciliation action plans and increase Aboriginal representation at the board level.
Two Perth friends, who developed a mouthguard that will revolutionise the detection of concussion in contact sports, are preparing to list their company on the ASX.
Fitness fanatics who aren’t short of cash are snapping up memberships at Perth’s most exclusive gym — at a cost of hundreds of dollars a week.
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A giant industry super property fund is attempting to force the City of Perth to demolish a popular cafe that has been operating in Forrest Place for more than 30 years.
Any meaningful benefit from the proposed patent box tax relief is unlikely until at least 2026 and will depend on the details, experts say.
Anyone who employs staff also needs to be across all the rules because breaches can land you with an expensive superannuation debt, that’s not tax deductible.
Six out of 10 Perth residents now want weekend shopping hours extended — with a survey finding support for deregulation has flipped in the past decade and a half.
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Behind the West Coast Eagles legend’s bogan-ish ‘boy from the bush’ charms is a man on a mission to build an empire after footy, with plenty of leadership lesson knocks and bumps to guide him.
The corporate watchdog is updating the code that protects people using online payments, internet and mobile banking, ATMs, EFTPOS, and debit cards.
Nearly half of Pindan Group’s 280-strong workforce have been laid off as administrators chase State Government funds to help stabilise the building company and complete nearly 70 projects.
A Perth subcontractor says he was ‘strung along’ after being given constant reassurance from supervisors about Pindan’s financial health before it was put into the hands of administrators.
Self-storage is booming as an attractive commercial asset for investors as a pandemic-driven rise in e-commerce has increased demand for spaces across Perth.
Australian businesses are still in good shape, despite the end of the $90 billion JobKeeper scheme, but the true state of the economy will not be known for some time, according to CreditorWatch.
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