McNaught, the southern hemisphere’s only LEGO certified professional and one of thirteen worldwide, was on-site at the Ekka showcasing his skills to an admiring audience of all ages.
Max Iffland has been selling kewpie dolls at regional shows for 35 years and loves to hear the stories of customers with a sentimental attachment to the dolls.
It was in the beachside community of the Sunshine Coast, an hour north of Brisbane, that Kim McCosker started her thriving cookbook business.
Is it a party? Is it a class, a seminar, a workshop? If it’s Ruby on Rails the answers are yes!
Every month, a car park behind a bank in West End transforms into a vibrant marketplace with live music, sizzling food, a bar and, of course, an eclectic array of stalls.
In a jam-packed warehouse tucked away in Woolloongabba, the staff at Reverse Garbage are working hard to turn Brisbane’s trash into treasure.
Elizabeth Guthrie, owner of Paddington-based Nest Nappies, doesn’t see herself as an entrepreneur.
Image: Inside the Rabbit Hole shared office space. Credit: Katie Fedosenko. Insight for Brisbane from Melbourne’s ‘The Coworking Conference’ Coworkers from across Australia gathered to discuss the workspace revolution on 1-2 March in Melbourne. Dahlia Ishak, founder of The Rabbit Hole Ideation Cafe in Fortitude Valley, met with coworking veterans and novices at the Coworking Conference to bring back ideas for her space and for Brisbane’s coworking community. The Brisbane coworking scene In the last five years Brisbane joined the ranks of Australian cities with coworking spaces. Also known as shared offices, coworking spaces offer desks, wi-fi and a community for freelancers, start-ups and businesses. Salt House was one of the first coworking spaces in Brisbane. Salt House was followed closely… Read More →
It was a big week for 3D printing – or additive manufacturing (AM) as it’s known when scaled up and enhanced in an industrial context.