Five key strategies for creating authentic and entertaining social-media videos that inspire your audience to hit that share button, video content

How video is transforming business in five ways

Video is becoming more and more normalised as far as marketing strategies go and businesses would be missing out if they fail to utilise it.

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The perfect candidate doesn’t exist, but science can get you close

Science, through the use of psychometric assessments, is helping businesses find the candidates who best fit the job, removing human bias factors.

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No dust on us: mumpreneurs and isolation

Mumpreneurs struggling with a feeling of isolation can build resilience by jumping out of their comfort zone and meeting other like-minded people.


Seven keys to outsourcing success for start-ups

Choose your outsourcing partners wisely and you will form relationships which propel your business forward.

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SME owners having to stay in work mode on vacation

Far too many SME owners feel unable to take a vaction, and those that do check into their business regularly while away.

Fears of exploitation in sunshine state foodbowl spark FWO audits

Following concerns of possible workkplace law violations in the area, the FWO audited a number of horticulture businesses in Queensland’s Wide Bay reg…

New financial year resolutions for SMEs

Your financial year resolutions need to be specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and timely – and one of them should be your budget.

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Why cybersecurity matters more than ever in the mobile era

While remote working in the mobile era can provide benefits aplenty for employers and employees alike, it’s a model that’s not short on cyber risk…

Five tips for writing your first blog post

When you are writing a blog keep your ideal customer and the problem they’re looking to solve in mind from start to finish.

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Lessons from an online start-up

Three years since the launch of his online start-up, a business owner reflects on the lessons that other entrepreneurs can a take cue from.

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ASBFEO pushes for more transparency from APRA

The ASBFEO is calling for better protection for small entertainment businesses before APRA win an extension of their licence.

Festival-goers’ favourite tipples revealed

What Aussies look to for refreshment at festivals, and how they want to pay for them.

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Driving customer engagement

Customer engagement entails persuasion that requires you as a seller to tap into not just one but three layers of the consumer psyche.

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Top five tips for SMEs to get smarter with their telecommunications

The difference between SMEs that thrive, and those who stay stagnant, is telecommunications that maximise how they connect with their community.

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The Australian Tax Office hotspots 2019 – do they apply to you?

The tax office is looking into work-related expenses and investment property claims as hotspots where taxpayers may make errors.

Three essential steps to smashing your FY targets

The steps every business needs to take to reach their target revenues for this financial year and achieve their desired growth.


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