Nina Hendy is an Australian small business and finance journalist for The Age and The Sydney Morning Herald. She also writes for some amazing Australian brands, including MYOB.
By all accounts, it’s been a shocking start to the new decade for the retail landscape. A myriad of high-profile bricks and mortar retailer departures have prompted a flurry of questions about the future of this sector in Australia.
Ushering in the Year of the Rat, Lunar New Year in 2020 marks a day of festivities that is becoming increasingly popular in Australia and New Zealand, which represents both opportunity and hazard for small business owners.
Juggling cash flow is hard at the best of times in small business, but it’s super tricky during the Christmas and New Year period when many businesses close and consumers go on holiday.
Franchise groups have copped a blast from the media and regulatory watchdogs in the past couple of years. Here’s how to protect yourself if you operate a franchise, or are considering buying one.
Branding is much more than just the name or logo given to a small business. It extends to the emotions you feel when you think of the company, writes Nina Hendy.
Still relying on spreadsheets and email to manage your small business projects? Maybe it’s time you took it up a notch, writes Nina Hendy.
Dealing with late payments can be infuriating for small business owners. Here’s how to take back your power, writes Nina Hendy.
If you’re running a business, you’re responsible for paying your own superannuation as well as your employees’. Here’s what you need to know when it comes to paying yourself superannuation, writes Nina Hendy.