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Greek and Cypriot tech startup founders program progressing with great success

The seventh week of the open online program for Greek and Cypriot tech startup founders, Greek Startup Universe, is on! The program, which is a nonprofit initiative of Startup Greece …

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Latest quarterly report shows Melbourne rent prices are among cheapest in Australia

If trends are anything to go by, Melbourne is on the way to becoming the most affordable of Australia’s capital cities to rent a house or residential unit, according to …

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Halloumi in all but name for Aussie cheese producers, EU decides

The Australian dairy industry is set to challenge a European Union ruling that stops cheesemakers from outside of Cyprus from marketing their product using the name “halloumi.” The decision that …

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Greek expat business leaders to gather for inaugural investment conference in Athens

A conference aimed at attracting and facilitating foreign investment in Greece is set to be held in Athens on 21 October, this year. The inaugural The Greeks Are Back Conference …

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Traxi director Rhea Gotsis on how she quit her job to become an entrepreneur

My whole life I have always been quite the chameleon. Adapting to different things, hobbies, interests, lifestyles and careers. It began back in year 3 when I came home and …

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Australia begins to open: Life is returning at three-quarter throttle with most recent easing of COVID rules

The masks may be coming down at last, and the easing of social distancing regulations are giving us a sense that “normality” is returning but there is also concern for …

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Delphi and Bendigo Bank ride high on profit results and customer growth and satisfaction

The fifth largest bank in Australia, Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Ltd (ASX:BEN) of which Delphi Bank is a member, has reported a $243.9 million net profit after tax for the …

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The Greek-Australian who opened the door to trade with post-war China

It started with an open letter to the Shanghai Chamber of Commerce. Melbourne businessman Anthony Voyage (born Andonis Voyatzis) wanted to trade with China but he could find no contacts …

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Queen Vic Market traders worried about future five kilometre radius restrictions

There have been strong political and social reactions amidst the decision to have put Victoria in a stage four lockdown. Despite the lockdown ending on Wednesday 17 February at 11:59pm, …

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Return to the CBD: Melburnians slowly return to their desks, small business will continue to suffer

Victoria’s return to work plans will resume from Monday while mask rules will also be eased. Plans for the return of 50 per cent of Melbourne’s private sector and 25 …

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