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3 tips to drive innovation in your business

- November 30, 2020 3 MIN READ

From droughts to floods to bushfires and COVID-19, small business owners have faced a tough year. Those with an agile mindset have been able to innovate and survive. But how do you cultivate an innovation mindset? And how does technology support innovation and boost business growth? Businesses flock to online Jon Manning, Economist at MYOB… Read more »

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How to drive business growth in 2021

- December 2, 2020 3 MIN READ

The film The Matrix introduced us to a reality we could have never imagined and in 2020, COVID-19 did the same. Here entrepreneur and business leader, Melanie Power discusses the advice she’s sharing with her global community of accounting professionals and small business owners on how best to navigate this new digitally-driven reality. Who like… Read more »

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What kind of leader do you want to be, Ardern or Trump?

- November 26, 2020 3 MIN READ

Emotionally intelligent leaders are coming into their own during the pandemic, not only in the business world but also on the global stage, writes Kirk Peterson, Founder and Managing Director of Performance Shift. New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern excels at Emotional Intelligence (EI) and her country has benefited from it during the pandemic. Her… Read more »

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Hub Australia offering complimentary membership for purpose driven businesses

- November 26, 2020 < 1 MIN READ

In the spirit of Pay it Forward, premium flexible workspace provider Hub Australia is offering a number of complimentary memberships to purpose-driven organisations for 2021. Successful applicants will get 24/7 access to one of Hub’s locations in  Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, and Brisbane from January 11 to December 17, 2021. Including access to member benefits and discounts, use of meeting… Read more »

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Why Australia’s military pact with Japan is bad news for China trade relations

- November 26, 2020 3 MIN READ

The Prime Minister’s recent visit to Japan codifying a pact for increased military cooperation between our nations will have roll-on effects to Australia’s  already tense relationship with China, writes China strategist and negotiation expert Leonie McKeon For some reason, the Australian Government thinks this pact will have no effect on Australia’s deteriorating relationship with China,… Read more »


Three reasons to wind up, not down, for Christmas

- November 25, 2020 4 MIN READ

As we hit early December, or even late November, typically you can almost audibly hear the collective exhale in breathe as Australians prepare for the ironic big chill as summer shutdowns begin to happen. Catch ups pre Christmas, coffee or lunch, become slightly longer or pending tasks, once bordering a priority, are relegated or procrastinated… Read more »

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Businesses preparing for a Black Friday shopping bonanza

- November 24, 2020 2 MIN READ

New research from cloud accounting solution MYOB has found consumers are prepping to dole out big bucks this sale season as they hunt for bargains ahead of Christmas. A study by MYOB reveals fifty-seven per cent of consumers plan to shop during the Black Friday sales, up from 45 per cent who said they participated… Read more »


5 Pinterest trends that will boost your sales

- November 24, 2020 4 MIN READ

Small business owners hoping to capitalise on consumer uptake in digital sales should also consider shoppable Pins on Pinterest. The platform’s latest data reveals the per cent of ‘Pinners’ engaging with shopping surfaces on Pinterest has grown over 85 per cent in the past six months. According to Pinterest data, 63 per cent of Pinners plan to… Read more »

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Small businesses are at risk as Australia Post expands

- November 24, 2020 3 MIN READ

Australia Post, a fully owned government entity, is using its market power to damage small businesses. After a year filled with strife and struggle for businesses around the country, things must change, proclaims Peter Strong CEO of the Council of Small Business of Australia (COSBOA). Once upon a time, Australia Post was simply a post… Read more »


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