Derya Goren

Derya Goren

Derya Goren

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Derya Goren, a recent journalism graduate and currently a Masters in Islamic Studies student at Charles Sturt University.

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Red tape strangling small business, says survey

Government compliance processes are continuing to have a negative impact on the SMB community, with more than 80 percent of respondents in a recent survey reporting they’re struggling with bureaucratic red tape.

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Confidence in the Government plummets, again

Small to medium business confidence in the Federal Government has hit record lows, as almost three in five SMBs report dissatisfaction as a result of a lack of support from Gillard’s Labor Party.

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Not your run of the mill coupon business

In a bid to give small businesses access to the kind of buying power bigger organisations usually enjoy, one entrepreneur has launched a service 10 years in the making.

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Government introduces changes to contract payment process

In a bid to improve cashflow, the Federal Government will now pay interest due to SMBs as a result of outstanding payments, as part of its efforts to encourage government agencies to pay invoices on time.

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The Friday SMB wrap-up: The week in review

Happy Friday SMBs and entrepreneurs! Should you have missed any of the week’s most important business headlines, we’ve wrapped them up for you. Making news this week, Fair Work Australia granted the country’s lowest paid workers a wage increase of $17 per week and the RBA left the the cash rate unchanged at 3.5 percent.

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