Mapping COVID-19 in Melbourne shows link to jobs and ability to stay home

- July 30, 2020 5 MIN READ

COVID-19 provides a stark reminder of inequity and the spread of disease. These aren’t new ideas and can be traced back to John Snow’s cholera maps and Charles Booth and his colour-coded maps of occupation types and poverty in the 19th century. Today, as case numbers soar in Melbourne, large clusters of COVID-19 cases have… Read more »


MooGoo ups its green points this Plastic Free July and consumers benefit

- July 29, 2020 2 MIN READ

Gold Coast natural skincare company MooGoo is ramping up its ‘green points’ for Plastic Free July by offering discounted refills to consumers. Melody Livingstone, the brains behind the plant-loving brand, which is beloved by celebs and consumers alike, says MooGoo is always seeking solutions to minimise their impact on the environment. “AtMooGoo we’re planet lovers and… Read more »


Why the federal government should be teaching businesses how to sell

- July 28, 2020 3 MIN READ

Between JobKeeper, Loan Guarantee Schemes, training incentives, better insolvency processes, and grants galore, there are plenty of ways small businesses can access government subsidies and loans right now. But there is still no government initiative or program to support business owners in turning their businesses around with better sales strategies, sales, revenue and cash flow.… Read more »

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Why you should reverse engineer a business plan

- July 27, 2020 3 MIN READ

When creating a solid business plan, reverse engineering is a crucial part of the process. It’s fun and easy to sit and dream about what success looks like. Maybe for you, it’s regularly making a profit so you can wipe out your debts, or perhaps it’s about building a legacy? writes internationally acclaimed business coach… Read more »


3 tips to grow your business in the new normal

- July 24, 2020 4 MIN READ

The disparity in COVID-19 restrictions between states and territories has never been more pronounced, with millions of Victorians facing renewed lockdowns, while those in Western Australia have had significant lifts on restrictions. As a result, there is certainly no ‘one size fits all’ approach for small business success across Australia, writes Alison O’Brien, PayPal’s Head… Read more »