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Diving is an in-person experience, which means the pandemic was a heavy weight belt for the Bondi Dive Centre. But with the help of Square they moved online, and launched a retail store. We spoke to Duncan about their ‘pain-free’ transition to link their website to point of sale and inventory systems. For more information on how Square’s eCommerce tools can help support businesses to grow more, do more and sell more, go to Square.com
When the Sydney lockdown settled in, KOI Desserts Bar was stuck. They'd put a lot of effort into building their in-store experience, and 90% of their business went out the door overnight. However, their customers still craved that sweet moment of happiness a great dessert can bring, and so an idea was born - KOIrantine. In 2 weeks, their online delivery service was up and running. We spoke to KOI's Johnny Bhalla about how Square's eCommerce tools have supported them to grow, do and sell more. For more, head to Square.com.
The vision of Melbourne cafe All Things Equal mission is to provide purposeful employment for people with and without disability in a ‘mainstream’ work environment. We talked to board member and project manager Anna Scholten about how partnering with Square is powering their expansion plans - and just how tasty their food is. For more head to square.com.
Three years ago, Dinzi Amobi-Sanderson quit her job as a corporate lawyer to take on her side hustle full-time. Today, ULO is an established African textiles and lifestyle brand. While many businesses struggled through 2020, ULO's growth was supercharged thanks to a smart move into producing face masks. As her beautiful fabrics found a wider audience, her business has gone from strength to strength. We spoke to Dinzi about how Square had the tools she needed to get business done.
The Borrowed Nursery, a plant hire company servicing Byron to Brissie, has seen business bloom through 2020 with help from Square’s user friendly and interactive payment tools and the brand new Square register. Listen to our chat with owner, Lauren, as we talk about turning a hobby into a business, how Square has meant she’s able to focus on the creative stuff, and, with her interior design hat on, she also gives us some plant tips for your home.
In a big year of change, Mark & Vinny's restaurant in Sydney's Surry Hills used Square to take payments and fire up a takeaway option. Listen to our chat with Vince as we talk about their innovative approach to food - especially their vegan egg - and what hard work and following your dreams gets you. And how Square helped them get through 2020. Go on, you never regretti a chat about spaghetti...
Melbourne's 3.5-month lockdown was responsible for more than a few bad hair days... For small businesses owners like Lily from Henry Lee Barbershop in Collingwood, staying open meant getting online. How does a barber serve their customers online? Lily gives us the short back and sides on the importance of community - and how Square took them from scruffy to sleek with technology to help her overcome the setbacks leaving Lily to do what she does best. Chop chop...
Brewing a nice beer takes focus, there’s not much room for worrying about taking payments, tracking inventory and invoicing customers. In a big year of change, The Flamin Galah on the South Coast of NSW used Square to help run and grow their business while co-owners Sam and Claire Hewson prioritised the important things - like their limited edition kegs and raspberry ales. So crack a cold one and have a listen to our chat with Claire who gave us a quick rundown about starting a brewery, how they’re making beer more appealing non-beer drinkers, and how Square has the tools to help you run a business.