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Apr 20, 2018
Commerce

Not-so-little black bike

Behind the doors of an old warehouse on Gilbert Street lies a shop that is not just a magnet for Adelaide’s BMX riders, but also a symbol of a rapidly evolving and expanding niche business.

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Apr 17, 2018
Commerce

The rise of Dogboy Knives

Infiltrating cheese boards and professional kitchens throughout Adelaide and beyond, Dogboy Knives is the handcrafted passion project of full-time veterinarian, Richard Cooper.

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Apr 16, 2018
Commerce

Introducing Joshua Miels

The Adelaide artist reaching the world (including Drew Barrymore) through an innovative online business model.

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Apr 12, 2018
Commerce

Scaling up

Woods Bagot has grown from its roots as a small Adelaide architecture practice to become a bustling multi-national business. But even as it expands, the firm still sees the small-scale as the source of its success.

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Apr 10, 2018
Commerce

ENOUGH studio: haircare with a conscience

After experiencing the damaging effects of haircare industry's chemicals firsthand, hairstylist Lisa Nguyen set out to build a more sustainable and environmentally friendly salon alternative.

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Apr 3, 2018
Commerce

Going plastic-free

Before sustainability was a word we all knew and a whole decade before the "War on Waste" began, one shop on Magill Road started showing people how to get out of the plastic habit.

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Mar 30, 2018
Commerce

Far more than flour

A decision to treat flour more like wine than wheat has helped South Australian business Laucke Flour Mills to find new markets at home and overseas.

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Mar 28, 2018
Commerce

Gaff Studio Apartment: Small scale urban renewal

Following the lead of their Port Adelaide locale, Peter Johnson and Karen James are doing urban renewal on a smaller scale, converting their former gallery and artist studio into short term accommodation.

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