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Small and family businesses benefitting from shift to prefer...

With Australian Made Week being celebrated this week, new research released to coincide with the occasion highlights the extent to which “buying local” is benefiting small and family businesses. Research released by the Australian Made Campaign reveals that 93 per cent of Aussies prefer to buy products made in Australia. It also estimates that if […]

An insurance policy may be the right move to cover your big ...

It may not buy love, but money can buy an insurance policy to cover your big day. Wedding insurance is important, especially as we negotiate the rules of engagement in the age of coronavirus. It protects you from the unforeseen on the day of your wedding. Many venues insist on a form of insurance, although […]

How to build resilient teams

As our businesses begin to grow and, for some, change direction this is a good time to look to our staff and continue the building process. There’s an old Japanese proverb which reads: “Fall seven times, stand up eight.” As humans, we’re a pretty resilient species. We live through epidemics, through global disasters, we thrive […]

Three ways SMEs can reduce their cyber exposure

SMEs are the backbone of the Australian economy but when it comes to cybersecurity, a significant portion are underprepared. In fact, research from the Australian Cyber Security Centre shows that half of SMEs rated their understanding of cyber exposure as “average” or “below average”. Many SMEs are unaware that basic cyber hygiene practices can effectively […]

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