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Could your business run without you?

Tuesday 12 September, 2017

Beware of the marketing fluff

In our socially active world, there is no doubt that social media has greatly impacted our lives. How we interact with our friends, how we entertain ourselves, how we do business and of course, how we market to our audience has all changed.
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6 reasons why businesses need a valuation

Monday 11 September, 2017

In a fast-paced economic climate, valuations are seen by most professionals as a fundamental cornerstone of good decision-making for businesses, now and in the future. While it is impossible to predict the future, preparing for uncertainty is a key differentiator between businesses that survive and those that don’t. Read more.


STPR 3 - Why the change?

Sunday 10 September, 2017

Throughout this series on the changes to Single Touch Payroll Reporting (STPR) we have covered how to get your business ready and what's changed and stayed the same.

Get the facts about the change and how STPR will impact your business from our partners BDO, watch the video now. Read more.


Do you really take care of your staff? It’s easy to talk about, harder to do.

Thursday 27 July, 2017

Being a small business owner I’ve always tried my hardest to take good care of my staff, but what I’ve realised over the years is that this means different things to different people. Regardless of what it actually means, there are many benefits to any business that truly has the emotional, physical and financial well-being being of their staff as major priorities. Read more.

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How to make the most of electricity deregulation

Wednesday 16 November, 2016

A few months ago the Queensland Government deregulated the retail electricity market in South-East Queensland in an effort to lower power prices for businesses and households. So what does that even mean and how does it work? Read more.

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Queensland small businesses cautious on summer of content

Tuesday 15 November, 2016

Small business owners across Queensland can sense economic momentum building, but will need more than three months of improving conditions before they are convinced the economy has turned the corner and is back on track, according to latest research. Read more.