Felicity Chapman

Felicity runs her eco-dyeing business, Deadly Weavers, in Ngaro Country where she lives. Supporting her growing business is Deadly Digits. For two years now, Felicity has been using the online accounting system for mob. Read the article here to find out more.

Bree Buttenshaw

For Bree, accounting, finances and money were major stresses for her – the words ‘taxes’ and ‘GST’ made her want to shut down. Until she discovered Deadly Digits. Read the article here.

Karen Klimm

Hear how Deadly Digits helped Guguu Yalanji and Koko Lamalama woman Karen Klimm pend more time on her artistic business and less time on her computer. Read the article here.

Mimburi Dreaming

BJ Murpy, a Jinibarra man talks about his passion for Indigenous art and his business Mimburi Dreaming. BJ gives us an insight into his business and daily life, from his desire to pass down his culture to his children to some of the challenges of running a successful business.

Desirai Art

Desirai, a Gunggari artist creates digital character illustrations for her business Desirai Art. Take a look at her business, how she got started and how she’s managing the financial side of her business.

Leigh Harris, from Ingeous Studios mentored a group of Cairns high school students to help develop our logo. The white lines represent a finger print symbolising how technology is at the touch of a button.  Deadly Digits is accessible anywhere, anytime.  From Brisbane to Birdsville and Badu Island, Deadly Digits can help you run your business.

The coloured dots represent an abacus, an ancient counting system. Deadly Digits is uses no modern technology and simple systems to track numbers in your business, money going in and out and more.

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