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As one door closes it’s time to support small-business digitisation

The digitisation of key functions can simplify the process for small-business owners and provide them with a better view of their finances.

masterclass, family businesses

Family businesses well-positioned to help post-COVID recovery

The focus among family businesses on digitisation and diversity has driven improved governance and productivity despite the challenges of COVID-19.

manufacturers, manufacturing

Tips to help manufacturing SMEs innovate and collaborate with universities

Maintaining the competitive edge of a manufacturing SME and keeping it profitable relies on ongoing innovation and collaboration.

Q&A: Stretching the limits of possibility to build a family yoga business

A Queensland wife and mother has overcome a series of debilitating injuries to launch a studio specialising in pregnancy, post natal and back-care yog…

grind, stress, mental health, cool

Finding purpose in pain

Kathy Hubble’s integrated online learning platform helps people suffering with chronic pain and connects them with rehab professionals via chatbots.

“Beauty isn’t as inclusive as you think it is”: Adore Beauty

Adore Beauty is spearheading a campaign to address the lack of inclusivity in its industry and creating more products for culturally diverse customers…

Show some SME love

Small businesses play a vital role in our economy, often providing a quality, passion and diligence in service and experience that’s hard to match.

fitness

Fitness industry rebounding strongly post-COVID

The fitness industry is recovering and is begenning to thrive anew after being shut down for months as it is learning to adapt to the new normal.

Digital Transformation

Small businesses dragging their feet in adopting digital technologies

New research reveals that Australian small businesses are less likely to adopt digital technologies than their counterparts across the APAC region.

Offshoring Angela Vidler Diversify

There’s far more to offshoring than just cutting costs

Having an accomplished and economical offshore workforce can free up more time for you to concentrate on looking after clients and growing your busine…

Thinking of creating a start-up? Here are four things to keep in mind

As a start-up founder, it’s not possible to do all the work by yourself – focus on your best skillsets, and get help with the rest.

award, personalisation, online, digital

Finalists for 2021 online young achievers award announced

The oacdigital Online Achievement Award aims to recognise a Victorian young achiever who has achieved growth in the digital landscape.

red tape, burdened, burnout

Tailored support for stressed small-business owners

A new, tailored mental health support service is now available on the My Business Health portal to provide support to small-business owners under stre…

Four ways to invigorate your culture in 2021

Without a vibrant culture comprised of highly emotionally intelligent people who care about the organisation, it’s impossible to deliver anything.

Observation: a key to unlocking amazing innovations

Observation helps uncover the hidden ways to make improvements to your products and services that are likely to be well-received by your market.

branding, personal brand

Five simple ways small-business owners can build their personal brand and influence

Even with just limited resources, a small-business owner can harness their own skillsets to establish and grow their personal brand.

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