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Five ways you can secure yourself right now

Using unique passwords should always be the first port of call in ensuring you’re operating in a secure online environment.

Millennial retention: four things businesses need to know

Mllennials are more likely to leave a job than other generations of your workforce, so you really to have a proper retention approach for them.

Why contract tracing regulations pose security challenges for small businesses

Small businesses need help in managing the data security issues that come with having to implement a contact tracing regime.

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New hub offers free marketing resources for SMEs

The SME Marketing Hub will offer small businesses applied marketing tips and resources to connect them with professional marketers.

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Disregard of compliance notice incurs penalties for restaurant

A WA restaurateur has been accused by a judge of showing a “complete disregard for their legal obligations” in ignoring a back pay compliance noti…

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Balancing entrepreneurship and parenting: how to become a successful dadpreneur

To be a successful dadpreneur is to know how to strike a kind of work-life balance that doesn’t sacrifice family life or business operations.

Lead your team to better mental health

The events of 2020 have made it more essential than ever for any business to have a wellness program that looks after their team’s mental health.

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How small businesses can incentivise their staff without spending

You can incentivise your staff without breaking the bank – consider offering something out-of-the-box such as access to professional mortgage advice.

Five ways to use social media to grow your business

The hero of the day is social media automation – subscribe to a platform that allows you to upload the content and then schedule it for re-use.

Aussies will continue to favour shopping online “beyond the pandemic”

Social distancing, self isolation, and closure of bricks and mortar stores have all cemented shopping online as the preferred option for many consumer…

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Small business hit twice as hard as larger counterparts by pandemic

Two new reports highlight the resilience of Australian small business despite the fact that the sector has been hit twice as hard by the pandemic.

Q&A: The young entrepreneurs designing their future

Two Brisbane teenagers have taken the plunge into the world of businesses, selling handmade, eco-friendly their calico bags at local markets and via o…

Small business restart

Now is the time for SME owners to shift their thinking and start planning for the “restart”, balancing costs against a period of lower revenue.

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What new eating trends mean for small business

COVID-19 supply chain issues mean we’re eating less meat, a fact small businesses in the food sector can take advantage of.

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Young jobseekers worst hit by pandemic

As the pandemic continues, many young people have low confidence with regards to their prospects of finding a new job in the next six months.

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The four legal stages of successfully buying a business

Buying an existing business may be exciting but it also requires careful planning and the need to understand the legalities for a successful transacti…

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