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SMEs going gangbusters by offshoring jobs

SMEs going gangbusters by offshoring jobs

Offshoring back office functions can help small businesses expand, improve customer service and free up cash for advertising and marketing campaigns. …

Reaping the fruits of their labour: success in the Hunter Valley

Reaping the fruits of their labour: success in the Hunter Valley

Sipping chardonnay and looking out across rows of perfectly manicured grape vines doesn’t quite compute with the day-to-day reality of running a …

ATO decides Bitcoin is not real money

ATO decides Bitcoin is not real money

The Australian Taxation Office has dealt a blow to businesses capitalising on the growth in crypto-currencies like Bitcoin by finding virtual …

Maggie Beer acknowledges misleading labelling

Maggie Beer acknowledges misleading labelling

Celebrity chef Maggie Beer’s company – Maggie Beer Products Pty Ltd – has been reprimanded by the consumer watchdog for falsely representing a …

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Mobile devices get green light for use on selected flights

Mobile devices get green light for use on selected flights

From today passengers aboard domestic and international Qantas and Virgin flights will be able to use their mobile phones.

Whether you’re a florist or a lawyer, shred documents

Regardless of how innocuous a document may seem, all business owners are being warned to shred all paper-based confidential documents ahead of National Identity Fraud Awareness Week (October 12-18).

Have your say on tax reform

Have your say on tax reform

Australian businesses are invited to have their say on the current tax system and its impact on their operations.

Battle of the Sexes: Chitchat matters more to men

Battle of the Sexes: Chitchat matters more to men

In business, it’s both customary and polite to engage in a few pleasantries before diving into negotiations. However, it seems men have more to gain than women when it comes to honing their chitchat skills.

SMEs going gangbusters by offshoring jobs

SMEs going gangbusters by offshoring jobs

Offshoring back office functions can help small businesses expand, improve customer service and free up cash for advertising and marketing campaigns. Increasingly small business owners have been taking advantage of cheaper wages in countries like India and the Philippines to offshore administrative and customer service functions. Scott Linden Jones, author and expert on global resourcing, […]

Reaping the fruits of their labour: success in the Hunter Valley

Reaping the fruits of their labour: success in the Hunter Valley

Sipping chardonnay and looking out across rows of perfectly manicured grape vines doesn’t quite compute with the day-to-day reality of running a vineyard. Not to mention an on-site winery, cellar door, and restaurant.

ATO decides Bitcoin is not real money

ATO decides Bitcoin is not real money

The Australian Taxation Office has dealt a blow to businesses capitalising on the growth in crypto-currencies like Bitcoin by finding virtual currencies should not be treated as money. The move has triggered a push back with digital currency advocates warning of reduced competitiveness, weakened innovation and a further assault upon Australia’s struggling start-up sector. In […]


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