Jen Bishop

Jen was the publisher at Loyalty Media and editor of Dynamic Business, Australia's largest circulating small business magazine, from 2008 until 2012. She is now a full-time blogger at The Interiors Addict.

Make your business more efficient with new technology

Whether it’s hardware or software, a whole range of affordable technology can help you run your small business more efficiently, often from anywhere and on the go. We take a look at a few of them.

How to become BFFs with your bank manager

We asked a handful of banking experts for their top tips on fostering an effective two-way relationship with your business bank.

What it takes to be a savvy start-up

We asked a variety of experts to share their top tips on how to choose providers, products and services, and how to save money when you’re starting up your business. Take a look at the words of wisdom they had to offer.

9 apps every entrepreneur needs now

Seems there’s an app for everything these days. But which ones are actually useful for the small business owner? We've done the hard work and research for you, and picked our 9 favourites.

What can the big four offer your business?

All the big banks say they’re the best for small business, but they also all want a piece of this large part of the market. To cut through the confusion, here's an in-depth look at what each bank claims to have to offer SMBs.

10 technology must-haves for your business

With the new financial year upon us, we asked a variety of companies to share with us their top new products for the small business owner looking to make life easier and more efficient. From software and apps to tablets and ultrabooks, this roundup has it all.

Etsy CEO on using the marketplace to go global

You can buy almost anything on Etsy these days and the online marketplace is now a veritable breeding ground for Australian SMBs who are selling their wares all over the globe. We spoke to American CEO Chad Dickerson on his recent visit to the country.

Switching to a better deal in the new financial year

For businesses, the new financial year can be the natural time to review services, service providers and systems and processes. We asked a variety of experts for their advice for making the right switch in the 2012/13 financial year.

Go for growth: Tips from experts for managing business growth

Growth can be a thorny topic. If it’s not planned for it can leave you reeling and unable to keep up. But planning for growth isn’t always possible. Sometimes it just, well, happens! Here, a range of experts share their tips on growing your small business.

Opposition submits Bill to Parliament to finally give NSW Small Business Commissioner powers

Sick of waiting for the NSW Government to legislate for Small Business Commissioner Yasmin King’s role and give her any legal power to do anything, Shadow Small Business Minister Adam Searle has this week launched his own Bill into Parliament.

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