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Collecting stories from around the globe with Earth Hour

Every year, Earth Hour teams encourage people to switch off non-essential lights for one hour as a symbolic gesture to mark their commitment.

James De Havilland: daily running of the Doctor Who set

At the Doctor Who Festival sponsored by Dropbox Business, James De Havilland, 2nd Assistant Director, discusses the Doctor’s breakfast habits, how the set is run and the perks of working on such an iconic brand.

Cliff Obrecht: the necessity of using data to evolve

Canva co-founder Cliff Obrecht outlines how he continually uses data to assess the weakest links within the business and create solutions to better the experience.

Bauer Media: Bring content to life through collaboration

Bauer Media is one of Australia’s leading brands in the editorial publishing space. It owns over 200 brands and reaches audiences through its magazines, digital publications, bespoke applications, and other multimedia platforms.

Given the size of the company, Bauer needed to come up with a more effective way to collaborate across the publishing group in order to bring its print, web, and video content to life.

The company chose Dropbox Business as its new mobility and collaboration platform of choice.

Julie Stevanja: killer business sense creates beautiful active wear

Stylerunner founder Julie Stevanja outlines how her Bikram Yoga hobby allowed her to finish her current role and put everything into a new and exciting online platform. 

Find out more about how Stylerunner and Dropbox are working together. Download the full case study here.

Danny Hargreaves talks special effects up on the set of Doctor Who

At the Doctor Who Festival sponsored by Dropbox, Danny Hargreaves, Physical Special Effects Supervisor, explains how the sky's the limit with the visual and creative effects on the set of Doctor Who.

Data Day 2015 wrap up

There’s no end to the possibilities data can open up for your business. That was the theme of the recent Data Day conference run by Startup Daily, which looked at how businesses can leverage data generated by both customers and staff to create new products, features, and processes.

Charlie Bluett shows how Doctor Who brings its monsters to life

At the Doctor Who Festival sponsored by Dropbox, Charlie Bluett, Special Effects Technician and Supervisor, discusses exactly how the monsters are brought to life and how there is a need for a touch of childish enthusiasm in his role. 

 

 

 

The 6 reasons we moved manufacturing to Australia

In this post you’ll see why Disrupt, a platform that enables you to design your own sports equipment, has moved all our manufacturing to Australia.

Gelato Messina: mixing creativity with efficiency

Sydney headquartered Gelato Messina is not a fast-growth company in terms of store locations; in fact, the artisan gelato company’s decision to go with a slow-growth approach was made easier because the company has zero debt and does not operate under a franchise model.

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