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Jacquie is a Business Advisor Jacquie has 20 years real-world experience working with SME’s and multinationals. She has a background in HR, senior commercial roles in the B2B sector and adult education. Her areas of expertise include client relationship management, business development, HR and event organisation.   What’s...

Small businesses with 20 or more employees will need to adopt the ATO’s Single Touch Payroll (STP) system from 1 July 2018. The definition of an employee is anyone who is on the employers payroll regardless of whether they are full-time, part-time or casual as...

Carissa is a Workplace Learning Coordinator Carissa attended Macleay College in Sydney studying hospitality and management. She then worked in retail for 15 years, 3 of these as a manager. She then owned a successful restaurant for 5 years.   What is the meaning of your name: (Carissa) in...

Why do so many promising start-ups go off the rails? Often they have trouble expanding controllably. Business founders may resist imposing discipline for fear of losing agility and control—but the price may be chaotic operations and unpredictable performance. I suggest four activities that can help companies...

Tax basics workshops are completely free. Each session will cover: Business structures and registrations Goods and services tax Reporting Motor vehicle deductions Depreciation Home-based businesses Record-keeping Develop a personalised action plan Available support options Do you qualify? To qualify, attendees need to have an ABN, and there...

Applications for the Business Acceleration Grants are open on the NSW eTender website until 30 October 2017 Thinking about entering the NSW disability sector? Have a great approach and want to scale-up faster? Not directly involved in disability service delivery but have an innovative idea...

There are so many free services out there that it is hard to differentiate the ones that are truly useful from the ones that won't serve much of a purpose. This list features tried and tested websites and services that we can personally vouch for...

Anja is a Program Manager She is a qualified teacher with over 10 years of secondary school teaching experience. For the past 15 years Anja has been working with schools, business and community sectors in developing partnerships, career development programs, event and project management, and delivering...

As a business owner you have to do everything yourself; the banking, sales, marketing and budgeting, and it can become overwhelming.  There are never enough hours in the day, and in the first few years, generally never enough money in the bank; but you persevere,...