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A comprehensive, independent review of the Export Market Development Grants (EMDG) scheme has found the grants remain integral to the success of Australia’s international businesses.Add a comment
Today a selection of Australia’s most successful business leaders have joined a new mentoring, business advisory and support service called ‘The Boardroom’, for existing and aspiring CEO’s, business owners and senior executives.Add a comment
There is a common misconception in business that more is better, when in fact the inverse is usually true. The more you can ruthlessly cut the clutter from your business, the faster your business will grow. This is a lesson that both first-time entrepreneurs and seasoned business owners often fail to heed.
Australian small business owners are under immense pressure and risking their wellbeing, with almost half (45%) claiming their stress levels have increased in the past 12 months and a quarter feeling burnt out, according to Officeworks’ inaugural Small Business Wellbeing Index.1Add a comment
Foreign exchange risk management strategies are actively being used by Australian businesses to manage issues around cashflow and margins according to a new survey of 450 financial decision makers in four major developed markets.Add a comment
When you're undertaking a rebuild or even starting from scratch, it pays to know where your materials are made. Recent investigations into the Lacrosse Residential Apartment Building fire in Docklands, Melbourne in 2014 found that the cladding material was imported from China and was not tested to Australian standards. These investigations sparked a Senate inquiry into the current regulatory framework for imported building products.
Small and medium business (SMB) owners forever at the mercy of IT managers, aging servers and expensive phone systems will now be able to access all their telecommunications and IT needs in a ‘one stop shop’.Add a comment
Ask a business owner how long you should retain your documents, and the answer is likely to be that documents must be kept for a period of seven years after the date on which they were created.Add a comment
Is your company ready to evolve and adapt for the changes in the digital marketing world? Traditional marketing methods have been around and practiced for a long time, and they are tactics you are likely more comfortable with. But did you ever push the boundaries and exceed your own expectations by simply sticking with what you find safe?Add a comment
Australian small businesses are leaving close to $50 billion of economic value on the table by failing to fully exploit the technology solutions at their disposal.Add a comment
While governments have endeavoured to reduce bureaucratic red tape, many SMEs continue to be hobbled by poorly designed, poorly targeted or excessively enforced regulations, according to the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA).Add a comment
If you were in the market for a Rolex, and were offered one for $150, naturally one would assume it was a poor quality phony. Well, the reason cloud computing is so successful for small business is that it doesn’t fit that mould.
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- The top 6 security trends SMBs need to protect yourselves against
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