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MYOB help small business tackle economic crisis

In order to help small businesses confront the challenges the economic crisis has presented, MYOB are holding a series of ‘Tackling Tough Times’ seminars during May and June.

The half-day seminars will show businesses how to stay in control in the face of economic adversity with simple survival strategies, software tips, practical action plans and guidance from leading professional services firm Deloitte and MYOB training specialists.

According to Tim Reed, CEO of MYOB, the pressure is building on businesses and, “now more than ever business owners need to step out of the daily chaos and look at the ‘big picture.’”

The latest MYOB Small Business Survey for March 2009 has revealed that 43 percent of small business owners report that the global financial crisis has had a negative impact on sales and 39 percent reported a negative impact on business costs.

Reed said small businesses need to take back control of their business.

“They (small businesses) should accept what they can’t control and put energy into what they can control.  Business owners shouldn’t be afraid to seek specialist help, particularly in regards to staying on top of cash flow.”

At the seminar business owners, bookkeepers and office managers will learn how all about proper cash flow and budgeting strategies, debtor management and
cost control.

More information and the dates for the MYOB Tackling Tough Times seminar is available at www.myob.com.au/events

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