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Democratising IT Filemaker

How democratision helps alleviate IT skills shortage

If you’ve picked up the paper or read the news in the last few months, then you’re probably acutely aware of the impending IT skills shortage Aust…

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Dorsey pushes small business agenda

Small business is driving the world economy…Big corporates focus on shareholders, whereas small business builds communities and generate jobs within…

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ASBFEO Online platform to share SME owners’ big ideas

The launch of the interactive ‘thinkBIGsmallTALK’ platform kick-starts an official and unique consultation process, aimed at shaping the agenda of…

Aussie dollar

Aussie dollar soars as rate cut chances fade

The Aussie dollar outperformed all major currencies overnight to reach 77.37 US cents, the highest level since July last year.

Andrew Hunter Efic

New export loan to improve access to finance for SMEs

The Small Business Export Loan has been developed to meet the needs of small exporters, with a focus on convenience and speed throughout the applicati…

Australian Business Forum Events

Exhibitions the new-age platform for SME networking

B2BEXPO 2016 is supported by the Victorian and New South Wales governments and will connect SMEs with industry leaders from all sectors under one roof…

Aussie dollar

Aussie dollar flat as greenback ends losing streak

Although the Aussie dollar is flat the share market looks set to open higher after better-than-expected trade figures out of China boosted markets wor…

Brendon Sinclair Tailored Media

The real power of social media

The real power of social media lies in knowing your business in depth and being willing to share that knowledge with the online world.

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Call to scrap RSRT to restore small-business confidence

Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman, ASBFEO, Kate Carnell is calling on all Federal MPs and Senators to back legislation abolish…

Bill McMurray Qualtrics

Six ways to prepare employees for a 360° review

If the purpose of a 360° review process is not made clear to an employee up front, it can lead to uncertainty and concern.

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Aussie dollar soars towards 77 US cents

Commodity currencies – the Aussie dollar, the Kiwi dollar and Canada’s dollar (the loonie) – were all surging on strengthening oil prices overnigh…

Michael Simonyi Davison

Are you settling for ‘just good enough’?

There are ways to appeal to top talent and have them seriously consider SMEs as employers of choice.

Hospitality industry workers

Fast food penalty rates out of sync: industry body

Ai Group has proposed that Sunday penalty rates for fast food workers be aligned with Saturday penalty rates – the Productivity Commission recommend…

Garry Duursma MasterCard

Retailers stand to gain 40% more business with Zero Dollar Minimum

Retailers participating in the Zero Dollar Minimum campaign will offer consumers the choice to embrace the speed and convenience of using cards for al…

Albert POS technology

Consumers say technology key to ‘retail therapy’ success

With recent advances in payment technology now available to businesses of any size, SME retailers have a new opportunity to transform point-of-sale an…

SMECreditScore founders

New credit scoring tool launched for SMEs seeking finance

A major impediment to SMEs being able to access the right finance at the right rate is borrowers’ lack of knowledge about their business credit scor…

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