Angely Grecia

Angely Grecia is MYOB's public relations editor. At MYOB she carries out editorial content-creation, media relations and assists the PR team on implementing strategic PR programs.

How to make teleworking programs work

Business technology has paved the way for flexible workplaces and a growing network of teleworkers.

5 support services for SMEs

It’s no secret SMEs are the bedrock of our economy. Yet when more than half are dissatisfied with the Federal Government’s support – it begs the question, where or who else can you go to for help?

How to make your 5 year business plan

We know that managing a small business is exhausting but it’s worth taking some time to think about the next few years - how will your business manage the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead?

How strategic partnerships contribute to business success

One of the most under-utilised and also one of the most effective methods of generating new revenue streams for small businesses is forming strategic partnerships.

Future-proof your business with technology

It wasn’t that long ago when the idea of bringing your own smartphone or tablet to the workplace or using them to shop online from the comfort of your lounge was unthinkable.

6 ways of managing fast business growth

It’s a dream come true (and a relief) when you start a business and it’s an instant success. When success comes quickly, fast-growing businesses end up juggling a lot at the same time: a flood of new business, growth in staff numbers, compliance matters and much more.

For business’ sake: The top three sacrifices SMB owners make

Here's a great lesson from June 20 on what sacrifices you might have to make as a business owner.

How to manage your brand online

Australia’s digital economy exploded in 2012 with online shopping, social networking and a near doubling of smartphone ownership driving the boom. There are now 11.36 million Facebook users in Australia, while 49 percent of us now own a smartphone.

The 5 W’s of Christmas party planning

You don’t need to be an expert party planner to make your business' Christmas 'do' a successful event, some initial planning will help make life easier when time is of the essence and if budget is a constraint.

How to get prepped to sell online

In today’s increasingly digital economy, it’s more than just a good idea to sell your products and services online. But if eCommerce remains a bit of an unknown entity to you, here are 5 tips for how to get started online.

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