Q&A: High mark for brothers offering comfort food in challenging times

Starting out as a side hustle, The Bearded Jaffle has become a thriving, full time enterprise by adopting technology and pivoting in the face of COVID…

accounts payable automation

How accounts payable automation could help provide a road to COVID-19 recovery

Accounts payable automation can help keep cashflow running despite the challenges posed by COVID, with on-time invoice payments more assured.

Broad push for retail staff, shoppers across the country to wear masks

“Masks are now a focus globally as an important means of reducing the risk of infection for staff and customers as infections continue to spike.”

Little rockers dancing despite the pandemic to raise funds for Red Nose

Despite COVID-19, Little Rockers Radio expect their Red Nose Day discos will raise a lot of money again this year for the fight against sudden infant …

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Three tips for small business to adapt to remote work

After experiencing the flexibility and agility that comes with remote work, three-quarters of us are keen to redefine how we work in the future.

Retail workers in danger of slipping through the cracks

If the Victorian lockdown is extended or more states have to follow suit, hundreds of thousands of retail workers could return to being underemployed.

Professionals support nationwide no-court dispute resolution service launched to aid small business

A new dispute resolution service for small businesses is designed to remove the over-reliance on time-consuming, very expensive court proceedings.

indigenous businesses

Top executives to steer growth of indigenous businesses

Indigenous enterprise network taps into the expertise of highly-experienced executives to drive greater investment in indigenous businesses.

Many businesses not implementing proper contact tracing

Research suggests up to a third of businesses have not set up a contact tracing system that is compliant with the directives set by their respective s…

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How small businesses can effectively plan for the new financial year

More than ever, in light of COVID-19, the new financial year is the time for small business owners to conduct a critical review of their business.

Three simple steps to protect data from human error

One of the most overlooked aspects of possible cyber threats are data loss and system outages caused by unintentional human errors.

policy reforms, size, government business

Is government business a bridge too far for your small business?

Once your small business realises that they can win government business, one of the biggest battles has been fought and won.

How I grew a business opportunity through a pandemic

An entrepreneur shares her secrets to growing the sales of an online business in the midst of a pandemic adversely affecting so many SMEs.

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Restaurant taken to court over enforceable undertaking violation

The restaurant allegedly violated an enforceable undertaking by not using an external accountant to ensure its compliance with workplace laws.


SMEs eyeing local talent, digital shift in their pandemic response

“[SMEs] are embracing skilled local freelancers who are helping them find new ways to connect with customers in a rapidly changing world.”

The cultural blind spots that no business can afford to miss

It’s more productive to create a culture whereby employees and leaders are open to learning from mistakes, rather than pointing fingers.


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