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Tax relief

Turnbull avoids tax relief question in meeting with SMEs

Mr Turnbull on Friday told a room full of Sydney small business owners they were at the heart of each of his government’s policies, but stopped short …

Leon Fouche BDO

Cyber Security Strategy a warning beacon for business

The Federal Government’s investment of $230 million to enhance Australia’s cyber security capability demonstrates the scale of the issue at hand a…

Micaela Smith recognising women in small business

Delivery services failing small business

We deliver to 25 countries around the world…so having access to reliable and competitive delivery services is a vital part of the running the busine…

PD Training, Paul Findlay

The real value of business etiquette courses

More common business etiquette infractions are the infamous ‘cc all’ incidents, where a conversation between two people ends up in the inbox of thousa…

Bill McMurray Qualtrics

Marketing to millennials: five key strategies

Millennials prefer to interact with a company’s website, check with their friends, and review social-media information before making purchasing deci…

Aussie one dollar coins

Aussie dollar plunges on mixed economic data

The Aussie dollar rose to a fresh 10-month high of 78.34 US cents in overnight trade, before losing ground in the face of a stronger greenback.

Trademarks-Wadeson, trade marks, trademark

Four simple steps to avoid costly branding mistakes

Imagine launching a new product with a national advertising campaign and having a warehouse full of branded merchandise ready to go, only to be met wi…

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Small businesses warned against cyber threats

‘While today’s government announcement is a welcome and proactive approach to strengthening Australia’s defence against cyber threats, small-busin…

FWO back pay awards

Award rulings highlight employers’ responsibilities

Fair Work Ombudsman Natalie James says employers should undertake their own checks of Award provisions and periodically self-audit their compliance.

Frank Ribuot Randstad

Is digitisation killing off the human touch?

While keeping up with technology is imperative in today’s competitive business environment, it is also important for leaders to ensure digitisation …

Workforce data analytics

Four ways workforce data analytics can drive performance

Analysing big data from workforce management systems can provide a wealth of information to improve employee productivity and reduce staff absenteeism…

GST import threshold

GST import threshold choking Aussie businesses

What is it that the Politicians don’t understand about Australian businesses that are able to compete on a level playing field making more money and…

Aussie dollar

Iron ore rally pushes Aussie dollar higher

The Aussie dollar was being supported by rising commodity prices, iron in particular, which has jumped to a 10-month high of $US60 a ton.

SEO advice Creativ Digital

A beginner’s guide to small business SEO

Unlike advertising, which typically runs for a limited time and causes a short-term spike in new business, SEO is a long-term investment.

Saxon Marsden-Huggins Recruit Shop

Three common SME job ad mistakes

Online job boards are crowded places and if your job ad lacks personality or character it won’t do well in the competition for candidate air-time.

Federal budget

SMEs divided over Federal Budget expectations

39% of Australian SMEs believe the upcoming Federal Budget will not include measures beneficial to their businesses, compared to only 23% that believe…

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