Description

From the team that created the award winnings series ‘The Librarians’, Very Small Business follows Don Angel, (Wayne Hope), a small businessman with numerous unsuccessful business ventures. Don attempts to save his one-man publishing empire from hurtling towards liquidation by hiring Ray Leonard (Kim Gyngell) as his journalist. Taking his first tentative steps back into the workplace after a six-year battle with depression, Ray enters a world totally alien to him. He’s come from being a noted feature writer for ‘The Australian’ to writing advertorial for Wilson’s Woodwind & Brass Autumn Sale, which might just be his cure. It’s a marriage made in heaven - at least until the Tax Office gets there. This series explores the unlikely relationship between these two characters, a pairing of dodginess and integrity, set against the backdrop of good old Australian enterprise. “belly laughs” SMH

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Description

From the team that created the award winnings series ‘The Librarians’, Very Small Business follows Don Angel, (Wayne Hope), a small businessman with numerous unsuccessful business ventures. Don attempts to save his one-man publishing empire from hurtling towards liquidation by hiring Ray Leonard (Kim Gyngell) as his journalist. Taking his first tentative steps back into the workplace after a six-year battle with depression, Ray enters a world totally alien to him. He’s come from being a noted feature writer for ‘The Australian’ to writing advertorial for Wilson’s Woodwind & Brass Autumn Sale, which might just be his cure. It’s a marriage made in heaven - at least until the Tax Office gets there. This series explores the unlikely relationship between these two characters, a pairing of dodginess and integrity, set against the backdrop of good old Australian enterprise. “belly laughs” SMH

    • Episode 1

    Basics of Team Building

    Don needs a senior journalist for the World Wide Group, and finds Ray, a former journalist with The Australian.

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    • 26 Minutes

    Don needs a senior journalist for the World Wide Group, and finds Ray, a former journalist with The Australian.

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    • 26 Minutes
    • Episode 2

    Human Resources

    Don's plans to start up a dog wash franchise are interrupted when his kids turn up at the office.

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    • 26 Minutes

    Don's plans to start up a dog wash franchise are interrupted when his kids turn up at the office.

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    • 26 Minutes
    • Episode 3

    Export Fluctuations

    After he asks his estranged daughter to do the graphic design for the Dog Wash, Ray tells Don why they stopped speaking six years ago.

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    • 26 Minutes

    After he asks his estranged daughter to do the graphic design for the Dog Wash, Ray tells Don why they stopped speaking six years ago.

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    • 26 Minutes
    • Episode 4

    Diversification of Capital

    Don escapes his creditors when he and Ray film a late night TV ad for the Don's Dirty Dog Wash franchise.

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    Don escapes his creditors when he and Ray film a late night TV ad for the Don's Dirty Dog Wash franchise.

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    • 26 Minutes
    • Episode 5

    Systems Analysis

    While Don's stomach problems force him to see a psychologist, Ray tries to sell the Dog Wash franchise.

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    While Don's stomach problems force him to see a psychologist, Ray tries to sell the Dog Wash franchise.

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    • 26 Minutes
    • Episode 6

    Obligations Under the Taxation Act

    As the Australian Tax Office launches an investigation into World Wide Group's shady tax management, Ray attempts to consolidate his relationship with his ex-wife and daughter.

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    • 26 Minutes

    As the Australian Tax Office launches an investigation into World Wide Group's shady tax management, Ray attempts to consolidate his relationship with his ex-wife and daughter.

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    • 26 Minutes
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