The campaign is designed to raise national awareness of the positive impact not surcharging payments has on businesses, and in doing so hopes to see more businesses end this business practice and pledge their support to the movement.
The Council of Small Business of Australia (COSBOA) is stressing the importance of the votes of small business people in determining who wins marginal seats in the upcoming July 2 election.
One way to take advantage of these small business budget sweeteners is to use them on digital technologies to help your small business grow.
Most restaurants simply do not have the time or resources to manage the logistics of delivery, that’s where Drive Yello comes in.
There has been much talk about Australia’s night-time economy recently, particularly in Sydney where local small businesses have become increasingly vocal about the lockout laws and keeping the city open.
The Federal Government has delayed a decision over its proposed ‘backpacker tax’, creating uncertainly in sourcing agricultural labour.
The national program recognises Australian businesses for their export achievements and contribution to Australia’s economic prosperity.
The SuperStream compliance deadline is fast approaching for employers with 19 or fewer employees. Reckon Limited estimates more than 300,000 SMEs are still at risk of not complying with the new standard for processing superannuation data and payments electronically.
Owner-truck drivers together with industry groups have met in Canberra at the first roundtable convened by Kate Carnell.
The Australian Chamber Small Business March Quarter Survey reveals that Australia’s economy is in transition, an important issue for all parties as we head to a July 2 election.
Optus is running an online campaign which will give SMBs the opportunity to win a trip to experience the Rio Olympics firsthand.
Small Business Week events are being held across Queensland from 16-21 May 2016.