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Rare Birds program will help 90 women jump-start their businesses

In a fully-funded program announced in June by the Federal Government, Inspiring Rare Birds has awarded scholarships to 90 female business owners from marginalised...

Mentally healthy workplace initiatives: $50,000 grants available

Projects and initiatives that help support mental health recovery in the workplace could be eligible for a NSW Government grant worth up to $50,000. Minister...

“Speed to market is critical:” A CEO’s steps for using tech to grow fast

CEO of 28 by Sam Wood, David Jackson, talks us through their decision to triple investment in analytics and technology in order to grow...

Australia not ranked in Top 10 countries for ‘most inclusive workplaces’

To encourage businesses to take a stand against discrimination and push for a progressive future, Global Workplace Providers Instant Offices have gathered and analysed data...

National labour hire program giving businesses the opportunity to hire people with disabilities

In the lead up to the Christmas rush, many small to medium businesses will be looking for additional short-term labour to meet the extra...

Why business owners should manage their business as an asset

For many business owners, their business provides a means of employment and an income. Often, they started the business for that very purpose. However,...

Lessons from the Thomas Cook collapse: how to tell if a company is in trouble

Thomas Cook, one of the world’s largest and oldest travel companies, recently went out of business due, at least in part, to unserviceable debt...

$50K on offer for start-ups in the 2019 Westpac Innovation Challenge 

The Westpac Innovation Challenge has launched today, giving start-ups, scale-ups and entrepreneurs the chance to win $50,000 and professional support to grow their business.  The...

The Australian workplace of the future: Research shows pathway for office success

The nature of work is changing. Employees are demanding smarter, more collaborative environments, flexibility and digital rich workspaces. Unfortunately, many businesses get it wrong,...

Small businesses unprepared for the latest wave of scams

More than half (53%) of small business owners are worried their business will be scammed Despite this, two thirds don’t train their staff...

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‘Buy now, pay later’ companies don’t need regulation, Senate finds

Consumers using buy now, pay later services won't have legal protection as companies such as Afterpay and Zip are being called to 'self-regulate' after...

“A fancy IKEA pack”: Australia’s own flat-packed electric vehicle

Australian startup ACE EV has unveiled their plans for Australian-manufactured electric cars, made from imported flat-pack vehicle kits. From 2019-2020 there was a 40 per...

IR flexibility: Should the COVID-19 changes become permanent?

Industrial relations changes have been critical in helping employers keep their doors open and staff on their payroll throughout the pandemic. The flexibilities that apply...