Running a business can feel lonely at the best of times, and a lack of self-care can quickly cause mental health to suffer. Networking should be your first port of call, even under new lockdown restrictions.
In this article, two entrepreneurs who owned businesses during the GFC share their insights on how to go about successfully navigating a downturn.
With the announcement of tax breaks and other stimulus available for businesses impacted by COVID-19, we asked local experts what businesses should focus on today to maintain stability.
As government-mandated lockdown comes into force, there are some existing risks to small business that could be felt more acutely if precautions aren’t taken. That’s right, it’s time to rethink your cybersecurity protocols.
As we celebrate women in business in the lead up to EOFY, we’re turning the focus to the financial literacy gap – and the roles we can all play in closing it.
As the world wonders what the full impact of coronavirus will be, small business owners can start taking action to best shield their livelihoods from the worst of it, writes Joe Kaleb.
What do you get when you combine the Silver Ferns with some of NZ’s top female business minds? MYOB recently hosted an event that aimed to find out.
The most important success factor for any small business is the ongoing availability of cash. In this article, chartered accountant and tax agent Joe Kaleb explains how you can use forecasts, invoicing and other practical tactics to improve cash flow.