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Lessons from the winning class of 2014

Lessons from the winning class of 2014

If there’s one subset of SMEs in this country who are truly embracing new technologies – with a massive payoff to boot – it’s the winners and …

Small business helpline receives 100,000 calls

Small business helpline receives 100,000 calls

The Fair Work Ombudsman’s new small Business helpline has reportedly received more than 100,000 calls since it was established in December last …

Aussie retailers get prepped for PIN-only purchasing

Aussie retailers get prepped for PIN-only purchasing

Heads up Aussie retailers: beginning 1 August 2014, the PIN will be the main form of card payment authorisation in Australia.

Farming got oh-so-fashionable

Farming got oh-so-fashionable

There’s change afoot. No longer is farming and farm culture seen by city dwellers as the work of yokels; in fact, it has become the height of …

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Small business helpline receives 100,000 calls

Small business helpline receives 100,000 calls

The Fair Work Ombudsman’s new small Business helpline has reportedly received more than 100,000 calls since it was established in December last year.

Aussie retailers get prepped for PIN-only purchasing

Aussie retailers get prepped for PIN-only purchasing

Heads up Aussie retailers: beginning 1 August 2014, the PIN will be the main form of card payment authorisation in Australia.

Farming got oh-so-fashionable

Farming got oh-so-fashionable

There’s change afoot. No longer is farming and farm culture seen by city dwellers as the work of yokels; in fact, it has become the height of fashion.

New business concept to help Aussie artists

New business concept to help Aussie artists

Juliet Rosser believes in supporting Australian artists. So much so that she set up a business to promote their work and better engage the public with the arts sector.

Hitting ‘delete’ doesn’t mean it’s gone

Hitting ‘delete’ doesn’t mean it’s gone

Formatting a drive remains one of the most common ways organisations try to erase data from drives, even though it doesn't work.

‘Ca-ching!’ no more: The end of cash registers

‘Ca-ching!’ no more: The end of cash registers

Cash registers used to be incredibly ornate machines. With a certain sense of authority and triumph, every sale would be accompanied by the sound of makin’ money: “Ca-ching”!!

Small business rests on cyber crime laurels

The belief that your business is too small or too insignificant to be a target of cyber criminals is precisely the problem. In fact, that’s the kind of thinking that cyber crims are quite literally banking on.  The damage caused by security breach cannot be overstated. It directly affects your brand, can cost a lot […]


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