1
Jun

Online Marketing: The Industry Where Everyone’s an Expert

Have you ever tried Googling digital marketing agencies? If so, you would have noticed there are a lot of options available. You probably would have also observed that many of these service providers proclaim to be “experts” in their field. Whether you own a small business or a large corporation, marketing is always an important...
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16
May

“WannaCry” ransomware hits 12 Australian small businesses: Four ways to protect your systems

DOMINIC POWELL / Tuesday, May 16, 2017 The “WannaCry/WannaCrypt” ransomware attack that swept across the globe over the weekend, infecting thousands of computers and locking down users’ files, has started affecting Australian businesses. This morning Minister Assisting the Prime Minister for Cyber Security Dan Tehan revealed 12 Australian small businesses had been hit with the...
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15
May

Understanding Chinese taste is key to success, says Australian wine CEO

SYDNEY – Sales in China will take Australian wine to the next level, the CEO of Australian Vintage said Thursday, after partnering with China’s largest online wine retailer. The arrangement sees Australian wine brand Australian Vintage Limited (AVL) partner with the newly-established Vintage China Fund, created by YesMyWine, China’s largest online wine retailer. The Vintage...
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15
May

Australia’s Jack in the box

By Tom Parker   To most outsiders, China is comfortable with contradictions. A centrally planned economy under the control of the Communist Party that allows market forces to exist with Chinese characteristics. The internet without Facebook. Makeshift migrant workers dormitories next to six star hotels. Even Maoism, an ideology that unified China claims that contradiction...
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15
May

Food Labels around Australia are Changing

The next phase of the Turnbull Government’s campaign  to help consumers understand new country of origin labels on food products will commence today. The Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science Arthur Sinodinos said the campaign was designed to make people aware of the new labelling laws and how they are being used on food products....
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27
Apr

New Business Technology for SMEs

The range of innovative and affordable new technologies for Australian SMEs are critical for streamlining your processes and serving your customers more effectively. Here are the top seven technology tools that can help SMEs set themselves up for success this year: A mobile credit and debit card reader The data is undeniable — cash-only SMEs...
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18
Jan

4 ways to set up an online presence that really delivers

One of the best investments a small business can make is to build an online presence and every business owner can afford the costs of buying and maintaining their website. This four-step strategy will help you set up your online presence which could transform your business: 1. Choose a stand-out domain name. Choosing the right...
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29
Nov

Australian entrepreneurs reveal their secrets for innovation

Innovation is the elusive ingredient every business is chasing. It’s what keeps entrepreneurs up at night and pushes them out of bed each morning. The secrets behind innovation are typically well hidden, but there are some innovators who are happy to divulge how they keep coming up with golden ideas. Matt Schneider, managing director of...
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15
Apr

Exhibitions the new-age platform for SME networking

B2BEXPO 2016 is supported by the Victorian and New South Wales governments and will connect SMEs with industry leaders from all sectors under one roof. The SME sector has proved to be a game-changer in the Australian economy, representing a staggering 98% of actively-trading businesses. The Australian government has been fostering this sector through international...
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