Richard and Cheryl speak to Sydney Cognitive’s fortnightly podcast, Nerve, about a rare disease called PCA or posterior cortical atrophy, the long struggle for diagnosis, and what this means for everyday life and love.
Celebrating Living History is an online social gathering that shares stories, tales and lives across generations, bringing history to life. Richard Kuipers gave his story. Visit the link here. You seem to be a man with many hats, what inspires you to [...]
The term “accidental entrepreneur” seems an odd description for someone who has made millions from a transport company. But Two Men and a Truck founder Richard Kuipers never set out to run a business, let alone build one with 65 trucks and $8 million in annual sales.
Who wants to be a millionaire? Everyone. Setting the goal is the easy part. Working out how to get there: that’s trickier. We asked three business-owners who started from scratch how they cracked it.
Two Men and a Truck sponsored the entry of a Dutch team from Delft University for the 2015 World Solar Challenge. This was to be the first interstate removal of goods by an entirely solar powered vehicle, and continues the environmental initiatives of the company’s Moving Together program.
Research published this year by Cisco found by 2019 online video will make up about 80 per cent of internet traffic. There has never been a better time yell “action” to your colleagues. And Aussie bosses are heeding the call, increasingly self-making corporate videos to share on media platforms and, hopefully, build their market reach.
YOU have found the perfect house, done your sums and know you can afford it . . . then you look at a map. Gulp. Your dream home is across town. Most of us move to unfamiliar territory at some point in our lives because of the personal and financial gains that can be made. But moving is always a major upheaval, and worse when you know nothing about your new home turf.