Kaycee Enerva

A digital content manager, published author, and influencer based in the Philippines, Kaycee Enerva has written for multiple international publications over several years. A graduate of Computer Science, she exchanged a career in IT to pursue her passion for writing.

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ACCC to conduct inquiry on Australian supermarkets’ pricing and competition

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Haigh’s Chocolates to build $130m manufacturing and warehouse hub

Aldi partners with BrewDog for pop-up pub in Sydney

Dan Murphy’s new tech can chill beverages in three minutes

Puma says it has successfully converted sneakers into compost in pilot trial

Consumers warned as synthetic diamonds price plummets

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‘Snackrifice’: Aussies cut back on indulgences amid rising cost of living

Coles Liquor teams up with DrinkWise to promote responsible drinking

Sussan co-founder Marc Besen dies

Skims teams with Swarovski on jewellery, intimates, RTW range

Skims teams with Swarovski on jewellery, intimates, RTW range

Victoria launches deposit scheme for Tetra Pak beverage cartons

Footwear label Twoobs opens its first physical store, at Byron Bay

Footwear label Twoobs opens its first physical store, in Byron Bay

L’Occitane launches its Sol de Janeiro brand at Sydney Airport

L’Occitane launches its Sol de Janeiro brand at Sydney Airport

US furniture chain Blue Dot opens its doors in Melbourne

US furniture chain Blu Dot opens its doors in Melbourne

US marine apparel label Smallwoods ventures into Australia with QMC

US marine apparel label Smallwoods ventures into Australia with QMC

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Acai cafe Oakberry opens seven stores in Australia-wide rollout

Sleepwear startup targets plus-size sector, challenges other brands to think big

Sleepwear startup targets plus-size sector, challenges other brands to think big

Metcash gets $500,000 grant for its waste-reduction initiative