The adoption of digital tools is no longer a ‘nice to have’ but a “critical business decision for SMEs”, says MYOB CEO Greg Ellis, following the release of the latest MYOB Business Monitor Report. MYOB’s biannual survey of Australian small business owners found those who were digitally savvy were the best equipped to survive the… Read more »
Emerging data suggests the coronavirus crisis has caused a fundamental shift in how we do business. What are the trends you need to know about to stay ahead of the curve? In a matter of weeks, the coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we work forever. As we struggled to navigate working remotely with homeschooling… Read more »
Since March this year, the business landscape as we know it has shifted dramatically to something unrecognisable – CBDs are empty and shopping centres deserted. Government shutdowns, social restrictions and travel bans have all left a mark on the economy that won’t be going away anytime soon, writes Jackie Olling from small business legal specialists… Read more »
Thanks to the coronavirus crisis, the business world has been forced to completely rethink its ways of working and how it provides for customers, writes Katja Forbes International Director Interaction Design Association Board and MD Designit. COVID 19 means customers are well aware of and even rightfully paranoid about an invisible threat; the like of… Read more »
In an era where increasingly affordable technology innovations are helping small businesses compete on a nearly level playing field with large enterprises, the business owners who will be most successful will be those who can accurately predict the future in their industry and develop a vision of their place in that future. However, with both… Read more »
Women are still finding it difficult to raise capital for their ventures compared to men and millennials and Gen Z are more likely to pursue a business with passion and purpose than a Boomer, according to the findings of the latest Salesforce Small & Medium Business Trends Report.
Results released today from Dun & Bradstreet’s May Business Expectations Survey have highlighted a continued downward trend in expectations.