Small Business (SME)

It's all hands on the ULTIM8 deck

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From Australia to the US and Europe, this innovative business is now setting the standard for composite decks and fences globally.

MYOB to raise up to $834m in IPO

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Shares to be priced between $3 to $4 each, Bain Capital to own 57% of company.

SMEs will hail budget support: MYOB

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Survey shows broadest increase in SME revenues since 2011, but pessimism growing on revenue outlook.

Govt alters tax rules on share schemes

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Federal government looks to aid start-ups, changing employee share schemes tax rules.

GE’s ten strategies for success

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GE’s head of global operations offers advice on how to run a business in the 21st century.

A young entrepreneur who's powering ahead

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Brad Smith started his motorcycle business at just 16, and now his parents are working for him as he takes it global.

How the ATO is oppressing small business

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The ATO is happy to cut deals with big business when handling tax disputes but it's a completely different story for small business.

Gen Y an optimistic lot thanks to tech

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New survey of over 1000 SMEs finds Generation Y business owners more optimistic than most, thanks largely to technology.

SMEs need to be given a fighting chance

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The government needs to make sure that regulation allows small firms to compete with larger companies on an equal footing.

Australian SMEs in need of 'cultural revolution': Microsoft

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Australian small and medium-sized businesses hamstrung by rigid workplace culture.

The corporate gift that keeps on giving

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When embarking on a corporate social responsibility program, many businesses don't expect to receive a return on their gift. But they should.

Saying goodbye to the traditional model of succession

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The conventional model of succession is transforming as business and family become more clearly separated and the next generation is better educated and more independent.

Granite and frozen berries – at the front line of the cost problem

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High costs price Australia out of the game when it comes to globally-traded commodities such as frozen berries and granite. And that won't change any time soon.

A.T.Kearney boss urges CEOs to reset their businesses

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Senior management should push the reset button on their businesses to achieve their productivity and cost targets, says management consulting firm A.T.Kearney.

Small business is set to take centre stage

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The strong relations between Tony Abbott and Small Business Minister Bruce Billson could see small business policies finally rise to the top of the Coalition's agenda.

Why the government should overhaul Labor's illegal logging laws

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Government should work more closely with industry to make sure that illegal logging laws can achieve their goal without making criminals of small businesses.

Australia's entrepreneurs need a funding kickstart

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The flaws in institutional funding models are thwarting Australia's thriving start-up community. But the experiences of Israel and the US could provide some guidance.

A big year for small business

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Since coming to power, Bruce Billson has focused on the key issues challenging small business. But there's more conflict to come in 2015.

The year in KGB: CEO edition

Some of Australia's most influential leaders across the retail, mining, finance, food and beverage, and insurance industries shared their insights with the KGB.

Murray gives SMEs a leg up

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Small business will have better access to credit if one of the Murray inquiry’s key recommendations is introduced.

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