News

MYOB Business Monitor suggests small business a key battleground in federal election

- January 25, 2019 3 MIN READ

Less than a third (31 per cent) of Australian small businesses are satisfied with the level of support they’re receiving from the Federal Government, according to MYOB’s latest Business Monitor report. MYOB CEO, Tim Reed believes winning the favour of the small business sector by putting policies forward that will make it easier to do… Read more »

Features

Blue skies ahead for this venture capitalist

- December 7, 2018 3 MIN READ

Blue Sky Venture Capital’s Elaine Stead is a ‘boomerang’.  She laughingly explains that while she grew up in Adelaide, she soon fled the city of churches, for brighter horizons. Yet just like a boomerang, Stead has found her way home. Speaking at Startup Grind she explains how a girl from the “disadvantaged side of town”… Read more »

Partner Content

Learn from the best and brightest at the 2018 MYOB Startup Grind Entrepreneurs Conference

- December 3, 2018 3 MIN READ

Mentorship is the most sought-after form of assistance for startups across Australia, with around 56% of founders revealing they received help from a mentor, according to the 2018 Startup Muster report. Understandably so, as although business owners often face similar challenges, dealing with them alone or without the right knowledge can make the process seem… Read more »

News

MYOB and Mastercard join forces to end pay painpoints

- November 16, 2018 2 MIN READ

MYOB and Mastercard today announced a strategic partnership to bring innovative new ways of managing cashflow to hundreds of thousands of small business owners across Australia. The companies are teaming up to introduce a new payments solution for customers looking for an easier way to manage supplier invoices and payroll. Customers will be able to… Read more »

Finance

Government to back small business with $2billion funding support

- November 14, 2018 3 MIN READ

The Morrison government  has thrown its support behind the nation’s small businesses with the announcement of a major new fund using Commonwealth bonds to back small business. The scheme, the Australian Business Securitisation Fund, was announced by treasurer Josh Frydenberg today and is set to be brought before Parliament. It will establish a fund to invest… Read more »

Features

Turning adversity to success: Rob Marshall

- September 21, 2018 3 MIN READ

Not many people survive a blockage of the LAD artery – the cause of the heart attack commonly known as the widow maker. So, when Bunbury business owner Rob Marshall found himself in the throes of the mother of all heart attacks – he didn’t realise the odds of survival were not on his side.… Read more »

Features

Tim Reed: helping businesses connect, collaborate and succeed

- September 21, 2018 5 MIN READ

MYOB CEO Tim Reed took the opportunity to praise the brand’s community of accountants and bookkeepers for their unwavering support of small business at the keynote opening address at MYOB Partner Connect in Melbourne. The leading cloud-based business solution software provider announced a raft of new features for its platform effective immediately, including the expansion… Read more »

News

MYOB women in STEM research reveals skills and pay gap

- September 18, 2018 2 MIN READ

Research by MYOB has revealed 75 per cent of women surveyed believe jobs of the future will require more Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) skills, yet the majority are ill-prepared for this event. The Women in STEM research showed 50 per cent of Australians believe women’s lack of STEM skills will also impact the… Read more »

News

MYOB business monitor report reveals small business optimism

- August 7, 2018 < 1 MIN READ

The latest figures from MYOB’s Business Monitor Report reveals businesses are generally optimistic about current conditions. 33 per cent of SMBs expect the economy to improve in the next twelve months, while 32 per cent think it will remain much the same. This year’s results show an improvement on last year when only 25 per cent… Read more »