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  • May 13 2020 Dynamic Business COVID-19 stimulus offer

    We know so many of our business readers are hurting, our mission is to help you and your business get through this period, survive and grow.  If COVID-19 has massively impacted your business we are offering the chance to feature your business in our newsletter free of charge. We send out over 50,000 emails each Read More…

  • January 13 2020 Will customer reviews become even more important for business growth in 2020?

    If you’re running a small to medium business, you’re on the lookout for every growth strategy you can find. Growth means more clients, more sales, and more revenue. But are you overlooking one of the most important? I’m talking about customer reviews. All too many businesses think of reviews as a subset of customer relations, Read More…

  • December 12 2019 What to do when work relationships turn sour

    As in other areas of life, work relationships aren’t always a smooth ride. But rather than avoiding problems before, during and after they occur, here’s how to proactive turn things around for the betterment of your business. Most people have had to, at some point, work with people that they find frustrating. It could be Read More…

  • December 12 2019 In business management, it’s important to know when to say ‘no’

    Saying yes to every opportunity that presents itself can be tempting for the ambitious, but it’s those that master the ability to say ‘no’ to certain opportunities who are likely to experience success in business management. The mentality of always saying ‘yes’ to business opportunities and dealing with the practicalities later on is one that Read More…

  • December 12 2019 5 ways to improve retention of millennial employees in your business

    Loyalty and engagement aren’t necessarily easy to foster in millennial employees. But with the right approach, any manager can make the workplace a better environment for their staff. Many things affect how successful your business is and how quickly it grows. There are your marketing and sales strategies, the clientele you target, your choice of Read More…

  • December 12 2019 8 tips for maintaining cash flow during the festive season

    Juggling cash flow is hard at the best of times in small business, but it’s super tricky during the Christmas and New Year period when many businesses close and consumers go on holiday. If you find the silly season a little stressful, you’re not alone. All small business – regardless of industry sector – struggles Read More…

  • October 31 2019 The solution to small business late payments (Part 2)

    In Part 1 of Small Business Late Payment Solutions, we talked about how late payments are costing small businesses and that everyone – big business, small business, bookkeepers, accountants, advisors and small business advocates – all need to do their part to fix this issue. The discussion touched on the importance of technology and credit Read More…

  • October 10 2019 The solution to small business late payments (Part 1)

    Noel Tiufino (Managing Partner) and Raj Saini (Partner) from MyAccounts and Angus Capel (Small Business Advocate) from Xero, recently spoke to Creditorwatch about late payments and what small businesses can do about them. In the Dynamic Business interview with Trent Innes at Xerocon (September 2019), we revealed just how much small businesses are affected by late Read More…

  • September 20 2019 Why security needs to be at the core of Australia’s small businesses

    Nine out of 10 Australian businesses employ under 20 workers, making us a nation of small businesses. While there is a multitude of positives in running a small business, there are also many pressures including managing employees, servicing customers and dealing with suppliers, which means there are a lot of plates to juggle. It’s easy Read More…

  • September 3 2019 Effective tips on investing your business profits in a limited company 

    All entrepreneurs and business owners will naturally be preoccupied with making money. This is, after all, what helps you to not only continue to operate but also stimulate business growth. Generating enough revenue helps you to pay staff wages but is also key for buying stock, paying business rates and settling other bills. Not quite Read More…

  • August 19 2019 Don’t fall behind: Improve your credit management through data and technology

    It’s unmistakable that we live in a digital age. So many of our processes are now automated and streamlined through innovative technology. Accounting marketing, communication, databases and more are all digitalised now. However, many small businesses are still running processes in the old school way.  A Small Business Insights Report by XERO found that two-thirds Read More…

  • August 15 2019 SEO vs PPC: Which Strategy Should You Focus On For Best Results?

    In the realm of digital marketing, there are two general strategies that are available to us. Search Engine Optimisation and Pay-Per-Click marketing are two of the most sure-fire ways to help your business take off. But, what if you have limited resources? You want to make sure that the time and money that you’re going Read More…

  • July 31 2019 How to Improve Response Rates from Radio

    Radio advertising has a number of points in its favor. It is cheaper than TV ads. It will be listened to many people while they’re at work, doing housework and driving. These are all occasions when it is hard to reach them with advertising. Yet you could reach them repeatedly via ads that play during Read More…

  • July 31 2019 Collaborative AI: The Future of Small Business in Australia

    Running a small business is rewarding but challenging. In fact, respondents in one survey cited it as bigger source of stress than children. And yet, with 4.8 million people working in 2.1 million small businesses in Australia, they also make up the largest employment sector. Improving life for small business ripples throughout the whole community. Read More…

  • July 26 2019 Small business risk review

    CreditorWatch reviewed industry data across that last 12 months. It may be no surprise to some that the riskiest industry was Construction. The statistics were loud and clear across each state that construction was performing poorly. New South Wales was the riskiest in Construction by 33%. New South Wales had the highest court actions in Read More…