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Squaddle business user Baguette Me Not serves some of the best Banh Mi inspired meals in Perth and for a limited time is serving a ‘Game of Thrones’ inspired Banh Mi Mother of Dragons (MOD) - Spicy beef meatballs with water chestnuts and chillies, herbs and spices plus all the usual banh mi trimmings. Famous for its fresh ingredients and crunchy rolls, Baguette Me Not...

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Paying your staff cash is perfectly legal, but it comes with a few strings attached that many business owners may not be aware of. Even if you pay your employee cash, businesses are still required to pay superannuation, payroll tax and withhold PAYG. In addition, they must retain accurate records and issue group certificates.   Whilst many workers enjoy the benefits and immediacy of cash not all...

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Last week, 40 lucky patrons were treated to a special night of local produce, brews in an event organised by Little Cheese Shop owner Geoff Hodder. ‘4 Sides’ was a unique opportunity to try hand selected cheeses with local brews from Feral Brewery and some amazing whiskeys from Perth’s own start up whiskey distillery, the aptly named Whipper Snapper.   In addition, Adam Bielawski from Poached Pear...

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Buoyed by excellent feedback and growth on the West Coast, Squaddle is set to launch in Sydney next month. Founded by Perth based entrepreneurs Adam Sarris and James Hill, Squaddle has experienced steady growth since launching the app in March this year.   “We now have more than 1000 contractors and 100 businesses that have signed up, with the bulk of those in Perth” Squaddle CEO Adam Sarris...

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Squaddle, the app for hospitality, continues to grow at a very fast rate, passing 1000 contractors on the platform this week.  Squaddle CEO Adam Sarris said that reaching the milestone was a reflection of the demand for work flexibility within the sector and the confidence contractors have in engaging with hospitality businesses directly using the app.   “We now have active contractors across Australia and new businesses...

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By Laura Gartry ABC News:   Hospitality venues are often left scrambling to find skilled staff at short notice or for one-off events and functions. A Perth start-up is hoping to solve this problem, launching a new app that connects skilled hospitality workers with the businesses that need them on-demand. The app called Squaddle allows hospitality businesses to post a job or gig and then access a pool of...

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The Night Noodle Markets at Elizabeth Quay continues to be a hit with Perth foodies with huge crowds drawn in over the weekend by the sensational delights on offer. Great weather and free entry has resulted in the markets filled to capacity as many vendors were overwhelmed with long queues and hungry customers.   Lucky Chan's was one of many stalls with high demand and they put...

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In a year of wall-to-wall unexpected world events, food and community has been a saving grace in 2016. It was the year of #trending hybrid desserts like the cronut, cruffin, muffle and donut cones. The food delivery revolution swept across Australia and our prayers were answered with the avocado emoji (🥑).   The buzzwords of 2016 are starting to feel lukewarm as the new wave of...

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Restaurants, bars, cafes and even hole-in-the-wall gourmet toastie shops are a hotbed for bringing design concepts and culinary movements to the masses. It is the age of smart marketing (making food look good for social media success), smartly-themed restaurants (nose to tail, Texan BBQ) and even smarter consumers whose tastebuds are driving the economy.   Find out the ten trends that are changing the hospitality industry right...

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