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The Best Ways To Unwind While On Your Business Trip

February 6, 2018 | Guest Blogger

Business trips are often inevitable, and can provide great insights into the market that your company operates in. Having said this though, they can often prove stressful, and leave you feeling deflated and exhausted, which is never good when you have an important business meeting on the horizon. Luckily though, many business trips commence in […]



HR Strategies To Keep Your Employees Engaged

February 2, 2018 | Guest Blogger

A proactive culture is very crucial for an organisation to keep up in a hyper-competitive arena. Employees must remain engaged and productive to drive business growth. However, research found that Australia is facing an employee engagement crisis. According to Gallup, only 24% of Australians claimed that they are engaged at work. 76% lack willingness to […]



Tips and Devices That Could Keep a Lid on the Water Utility Costs in Your Office

April 24, 2017 | Guest Blogger

Article written by: Quintin Bentley Crevling  The world is changing to a more environmentally conscious society that understands the effects we have on the world around us. Part of this movement is people conserving water and thus consuming less of a precious commodity. Even if you don’t think that humans contribute to climate change, you […]



The Late Payment Culture in Australia is a Boon for Invoice Finance Companies

February 28, 2017 | Guest Blogger

Business conditions in Australia have surged in recent weeks and a reprieve from a hike in interest rates seems likely, at least in the short-term. The ASX 200 has risen and data from a national survey carried out by the National Australia Bank shows that business confidence is now 10, which is the highest it […]



How are Australian Businesses Reacting to Current Consumer Spending Trends?

February 23, 2017 | Guest Blogger

If there was one economy that has appeared to be recession-proof during the last two decades, it is Australia. After all, this nation has remained impervious to a number of global economic contractions during this time, most notably in 2008 when the rest of the world crumbled under the weight of the so-called, Great Recession.  […]



Bank Said No – 2017 Australian Funding Alternatives for Start Ups

December 15, 2016 | Guest Blogger

Written by: Kylie Glover If you’ve just been turned down by your bank for a small business loan, don’t despair. Actually, you’re in very good company – big banks are notoriously risk-averse, around 20% of Australian businesses fail due to under capitalisation and 89% of small business owners believe that business finance is difficult to […]