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Monday 17 December

By Oliver Milman
Monday, 17 December 2012

Starting a business with members of your family has advantages and, sadly, potential drawbacks that can end up making Christmas gatherings very uncomfortable affairs.

Brothers Matt, Chris and Tim Barge are in the process of expanding their successful Sydney restaurant PaperPlanes to Bali and New York.

But the trio were initially stymied by stubbornness and an inability to delegate. Today, they explain how they managed to work out roles that helped create a more harmonious business.

We also have news on Innovate NSW, a new $6.7 million support service for NSW start-ups, and four Aussie apps that made Apple’s best of 2012 list.

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