Tim Reed

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Tim Reed became Chief Executive Officer of Australasia’s largest business management software provider in 2008, after gaining deep operational insights over five years in management roles including Managing Director, MYOB Australia and Group Product Executive.

Nine books to see SME owners through Xmas

With holiday season upon us, there's no better time than now to get stuck into a few books. To see you through Christmas, and leave you...

What tops the SME wish-list at Christmas?

As an advocate for small businesses in Australia and New Zealand, MYOB regularly asks SME owners what they are thinking and feeling about the economic...

5 things to consider when preparing your business for investment

One of the most important aspects of Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s newly announced innovation initiative is the focus it brings on the opportunity to...

Flying or failing: industry sectors set for success in 2014

There is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to business success, however economists and trend watchers concur that some sectors have greater potential for prosperity in 2014 than others.

Today’s small business trends speak of economic positives

In case you missed it, here is some great news for anyone feeling discouraged about Australia’s small business sector: the head count is in and it is on the rise. In further (unsurprising) news, the sector continues to carry the local economy.

Setting new financial year resolutions

Now’s the time to set yourself and your business new financial year resolutions. Make sure they have a real payback—in time saved, stress reduced or money in your pocket. That way you’re much more likely to stick with them.

Renting vs Buying

As businesses approach the end of financial year, they can often find they have surplus budget remaining from their allocated annual spend. The experts at Dick Smith say before investing these funds in depreciating assets like laptops or PCs for the office, consider your finance options, particularly renting or leasing.

Tax time: preparing for the end of financial year

It’s tax time! The end of financial year is looming, but don’t panic. There is still time for you to get on top of your end of financial year responsibilities. Follow these tax tips and you will be on your way to financial freedom.

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With under a week until the 2020 US Presidential elections on Tuesday, 3 November, economists and investors are looking to predict the...

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It’s a challenge that’s been discussed in boardrooms for years: how to harness evolving technologies to transform and improve the way a...

$3.17 billion in revenue lost annually due to poor online customer service

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