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Let’s Talk: Bringing in investors – How much to give vs. how much to take?

Investors can bring in much-needed funds and expertise; if you're not careful, they can also take control of more than you bargained for.

Let’s Talk: Going viral – what social media tactics can bring your business attention?

Trying to pick what social media platform is right for your business is one thing, but once you're there, what kind of activity can get your business the attention it needs?

Let’s Talk: The end of JobKeeper and what it could mean for your business

With JobKeeper reaching its end, Let's Talk about what this big change could mean for businesses around Australia...

Let’s Talk: How can you drive motivation and teamwork among staff?

How do you keep staff motivated and ensure you have a thriving workplace? We talk to various business leaders and find out...

Let’s Talk: When is the right time for your business to grow? Balancing risk & opportunity

There's always risk when it comes to pushing your business to the next level. When, how and why should you take the leap? Let's talk...

Let’s Talk: Build value and avoid competing on price

Judging how to price your service or product can be challenging, particularly in areas where rivals are pushing competitive prices. So, how do you keep your business out of a pricing competition? Let's talk...

Let’s Talk: International Women’s Day Edition – Strategies to become a successful female entrepreneur

To celebrate International Women's Day, we gathered a number of women in business to discuss strategies for successful female entrepreneurship...

Let’s Talk: Automation – To be or not to be for your business?

Automation, what is it good for? Is automation a good idea for all businesses? What limitations are there? Let's talk..

Let’s Talk: The office vs. working from home?

Working from home is now a viable option for many businesses. So, this far into the pandemic, what do we think? Work office vs. Home? Let's talk...

Let’s Talk: Cost cutting in business and what you can do to save

Running a business is a challenge at the best of times, but throw in a pandemic and the associated economic woes - and cost cutting has never been more important.

Let’s Talk: Top tips for consistent sales

Increasing the sales of your business is more important now than ever. As Australia declines into the coronacession, businesses are being forced to adapt...

Let’s Talk: Investing to Succeed

Figuring out where to best invest your time and money is a difficult task. As businesses scale, leaders’ daily tasks become more and more...

Let’s talk: Flexibility in the workplace

2020 has been a year where the discussion of workplace flexibility has been at the forefront of every company in Australia.  With what has been...

Let’s talk: How to attract and retain loyal customers

Without customers, there is no business, and retaining and attracting loyal customers has never been so important, with the coronavirus outbreak really testing the...

Let’s talk: Interviews

When carrying out interviews, what are the best questions and strategies you use to determine whether the candidate is really the right person for...

Let’s talk: Keeping the culture

Culture is often talked about as one of the most important things to ensure a successful company. Without a positive work culture, employees are...

Let’s talk: Technology and business

Technology advancement has never been more important than in 2020, with the pandemic revealing the true importance of digital transformation and efficiency. Businesses with...

Let’s talk: Running a retail business

Covid-19 has reshaped retail and given business owners in the industry many unprecedented challenges so far this year. As shops on the high street...

Let’s talk: Fear of starting a business

In today's Let's Talk we are discussing the fear that comes with starting a business with different founders who have been there and come...

Let’s talk: The ups and downs of franchise businesses

Franchise businesses, although sharing many qualities with non-franchises, have their own unique ups and downs that come with the relationship of the existing brand...