Margot Balch

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Maria Golushko (left) & Margot Balch (right), Co-Founders of The One Two.

How to find a great co-founder for your start-up

You’ve got a great idea and like the idea of a co-founder. So, who would be a great fit for you? Here are some pointers...

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Budget 2021 to include $1.2 billion digital strategy; myGov & My Health sites overhaul, tax incentives, e-invoicing and more

The Digital Economy Strategy will see a further $800 million added to measures put forth in the 2020 Budget, aiming to make Australia one of the world’s leading digital economies.

The 2020 Small Business Tax Time Toolkit: easing the pain of preparing your taxes

To help SMEs get back on their feet after a challenging year, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has compiled a directory of Government resources that support Australian businesses.

Let’s Talk – Time is money: how & where should business owners spend their time?

Focus too much on one area and another can be neglected. Focus too much on the process or the product and you risk neglecting a customer or business partner. So, how and where can your time be well spent? Let's Talk...

How technology is driving the personalised dining experience in the hospitality sector

One unexpected upside of the COVID-19 lockdowns has been a shift towards technology to improve customer experience and venue operations...

Is your business analysing the rise in data to better understand customers?

Is your company collecting data that helps you understand your customers better and putting it to use when you engage with them? If not, you’re behind the eight ball...

“How cheap can I do it?”: The supplier & manufacturer question to avoid if you want a successful start-up

Quality products & services and brand loyalty with customers are two factors of business success - and you cannot achieve either of these if your focus is on landing the cheapest price for a product or the manufacturing of a product you plan to sell.

Second round of government’s travel agent support program to provide $130 million

The federal government has launched its $130 million support package for Australian travel agents, inbound tour operators and tour wholesalers.