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Do you have one of these 7 toxic employees wrecking havoc in your business?...

Toxic employees are the single major workplace issue for Australian employers within SMEs, based on findings by Employsure, Australia’s largest employee relations advisory service.

Sleeping with the enemy: Australian business pioneers are hungry to collaborate with competitors

New research indicates that a small number of Australian businesses are willing to collaborate with their competitors in order to advance the industry they work in, drive innovation and build the market.

Source Legal Online is offering Australian start-ups legal services they can actually afford with...

Many would agree with Stanislav Roth’s view that conventional law firms are failing to adapt their ‘modus operandi’ in response to the unique needs...

How much is mobile invoicing catching on? Well, mobile invoicing app Invoice2go has hit...

Australian mobile invoicing app Invoice2go, one of the few Aussie apps being included on the Apple Watch, recently announced a new milestone highlighting the widespread...

Wondering who moved your cash? These three suspects are messing your cash flow

This is the million-dollar question for so many start-ups, and also a burning issue for most SMEs. The answer comes down to three key pressure...

Australian SMEs are bleeding $13.7 billion a year as they pay GST

Complying with Australia’s GST rules is costing small businesses big time - more than $13.7 billion a year, according to new research recently released...

Entrepreneurs, the UniSA CBG is a school you may want to go back to.

Entrepreneurs, it may be time to go back to school. Well, just for a few days, and with a rather cool program.  The University of...

Big banks beware! ThinCats is the new peer-to-peer business lending platform that’s music to...

Entrepreneurs and business owners now have the option to fund their dreams without selling a part of their soul to the banks. Enter ThinCats, a...

More than one in three SMEs are missing out on the benefits of being...

The latest MYOB Business Monitor has revealed that at least one third of SMEs are reducing their performance potential by overlooking the significant opportunities...

20 years ago, the first ever online sale was made. Next year, B2C e-commerce...

Just 20 years ago, the first ever documented e-commerce transaction was made - someone in the US bought a Sting Ten Summoner’s Tales CD...

Now is the perfect time to start making June 30th, 2015 easier for your...

Quality talent is attracted to SMEs by far more than an attractive salary; we human beings like to be more than numbers to a...

Is Twitter the key to growing your small business? Yes, it is, according to...

Australian tech start-up Bigcommerce, a software company that powers online retailers of all sizes, recently teamed up with Twitter to do a study into...

SMEs have a bright outlook for the future but are still concerned about certain...

Employing 70 per cent of Australia’s labour force, it cannot be overstated how important it is to keep a finger on the pulse of...

Which Australian SMEs are getting paid 22 days faster than the rest and 19...

According to research recently undertaken by global online accounting software Xero, Australian SMEs that use online accounting are getting paid 19 days faster nowadays...

Is Australia undermined by ‘industrial-age’ innovation? Just ask Microsoft

Days ago, StartupAUS’s Crossroads report detailed chinks in Australia’s start-up ecosystem, calling for a major overhaul if the nation is to catch up with global leaders. Now Microsoft is calling for a transition to an information-age innovation ecosystem.

Do SMEs have a love-hate relationship with technology?

MYOB’s Business Monitor – a national survey of small and medium business owners and managers – has found that more and more Australian SMEs are using more and more online technologies to run their businesses. If that’s the cup half full, consider the one half empty: Simultaneously, the survey found a growing divide between the online-savvy businesses and the online laggards.

MYOB report on SMEs: Grass is greener across the Tasman!

Often the grass on the other side seems greener. This time, the grass across the Tasman Sea doesn’t just seem greener. It’s going to...

When entrepreneurship runs in the family: these two sisters have taken mum’s business beyond...

After years of being a stay-at-home mum, Jenny Folley started to get itchy feet. She missed the thrill of work but didn’t want to...

Love thy SME neighbour this November, shop at the nearest small business. You might...

In business, loving thy neighbour can mean the difference between being a survivor and a casualty. In this spirit, this November MYOB, one of...

This is the powerful six-ingredient recipe you need to whip up a mouth-watering marketing...

No matter what industry you are in, when creating your marketing plan, you have make your business stand out as much as possible. In...

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Five essential things to get right if you want to raise...

So you’ve got a brilliant idea, or maybe you’ve even started building your nascent business, but you think it might help to bring on some extra money. You try to raise the money, but wherever you go it seems there are roadblocks and challenges, and it’s difficult to know where to start. To help tackle this tricky tropic, we interviewed Bryan Vadas. He’s the founder of iPledg (Australia’s leading crowdfunding platform for creative, commercial, charitable and community projects) and Capital Exchange Australia (an education and funding platform for startups).

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New Zealand’s Xero eyes US IPO, further disruption as subscribers increase...

Xero recently held its annual meeting in Wellington, during which the company revealed some interesting details about its future. As has been widely suspected, the...

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