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Grocon goes into administration, putting subcontractors and suppliers at risk of not being paid

One of Australia’s largest construction companies, Grocon, has gone into administration, leaving subcontractors at risk of unpaid contracts. Grocon...

Government announces ‘most significant reforms’ to insolvency laws for small businesses

The Federal Government has announced new insolvency rules that will allow small businesses to stay afloat whilst restructuring debts. This new insolvency...

Government agencies abandoning company wind-ups could cause insolvency tsunami

Government measures to prop up zombie businesses through the pandemic could actually be harming Australian small businesses, with new data showing company wind-ups have...

Laura Ashley falls victim to administration again

Retailer falls into administration.

How to survive the Christmas blackout period

The Christmas Blackout period can bring Australian small businesses to a halt as wage bills take priority and payments begin to dry up. With...

Headed for financial trouble? Spotting the warning signs could make all the difference

Business insolvency is a very real risk for many small businesses but countless business owners are not spotting warning signs early enough. The reality...

How blockchain will change the way small- to medium-sized enterprises carry out business

The increased use and application of blockchain technology is set to disrupt companies of all sizes, across all industries, and in almost every area,...

Late payment research from Amex and Xero highlights the cashflow burden for SMEs

Coinciding with the anticipated release of the Small Business Ombudsman’s report on its inquiry into payment times and practices, American Express has released research showing...

Insolvencies set to increase in Australia in 2017

Australian businesses are set to experience an increase in insolvencies this year as a result of another difficult economic year, according to the recently-published Atradius...

Ensuring cash flow during good times and bad

Monitoring cash flow should be your number one priority if you are a business owner. After all, cash is king. Part of this process...

How to get your small business started online

2020 changed the way Australians live, work, and shop like never before. The COVID-19 restrictions encouraged many people once resistant to buying...

One in two Australians intend to travel in the coming holiday period

More than 50 per cent of Australians intend to travel in the next six months, says Tourism Australia. Australia's...

Grocon goes into administration, putting subcontractors and suppliers at risk of not being paid

One of Australia’s largest construction companies, Grocon, has gone into administration, leaving subcontractors at risk of unpaid contracts. Grocon...

‘Australia is at a tipping point in the space industry’: Gilmour Space

Australia’s burgeoning space industry has the potential to unlock a raft of economic opportunities. However the industry’s success depends on the Government’s...

At least two decades needed to grow in the Asian market: RBA

Australia businesses should prepare to take at least two decades to build new opportunities in the Asian market, says RBA governor Dr...

Small businesses are going green. Here’s how you can too.

As the world continues to shift in a “green direction” and Australia heads towards a target of net-zero emissions, it is becoming...

Five megatrends transforming global trade and investment

On Monday, the CSIRO’s Data61 and the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade) released a report Global trade and investment megatrends detailing...

Thousands of businesses possibly entitled to COVID-19 related insurance payouts

Thousands of businesses may be entitled to insurance payments after the NSW Court of Appeal held that COVID-19 related losses are not...