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BNPL

How BNPL can benefit small business

A business BNPL account will centralise business credit transactions in one place, making it easier find and reconcile b...

Sharp improvement in retail sales as Omicron impact wanes

Retail sales pending was up in all states and territories, with the strongest increase in Victoria which recorded an 8.3...
marketplace, importing

Five lessons I learnt from importing for the first time

Importing can be a helpful to the growth of your business but it’s not for the faint-hearted or the impulsive entreprene...

Global probe launched into supply-chain cartel conduct

A multilateral group will share intelligence and use existing international cooperation tools to help detect cartel cond...

Relief for retailers as Vietnam says it won’t close factories amid COVID surge

Unlike nine months ago when the Delta variant was spreading through a mostly unvaccinated population, now millions of fa...
reopened borders

Small businesses look forward to the reopening of borders

As Australia is set to reopen its borders to vaccinated travellers on 21 February, many small businesses hope this will ...
security risks

Five cyber tips for SMEs

It has become apparent that simply trying to stop attackers from getting onto systems is only effective for low-level at...
scaling

A third of Aussie SMEs plan to go global

Many businesses with an international footing cited that expansion as a factor in helping them to weather the challenges...

Aussies urged to look for locally-grown Valentine’s Day flowers

Research reveals that three in five Australian Made licensees are reporting that customers are actively seeking, request...
in-house deliver, parcel delivery, sending

The pros and cons of in-house delivery transport for small business

Kogan and Maggie Beer recently decided to move some of their delivery transport in-house - here are the pros and cons so...