Everyone knows that if you want to compete in business, you need data. The right data can be used to accelerate product and service development, reach new customers and offer high quality service to existing customers.
The new financial year is a great checkpoint to review your business health and ask some simple, but important questions. Are you winning? Are you making money? Should you carry on, change tack or close up shop?
It happens to everyone; you start a solid business and initially growth is solid. But after that first rush things begin to slow down. How you react to a slow down in business growth may determine your long term viability.
Right before the year’s end, news broke that one of Australia’s biggest software application development companies, Appster, had gone into voluntary liquidation and its demise holds several important lessons for aspiring tech entrepreneurs.
Ten years ago, Adam McKay had an idea to use basketball to give something back to his local community. Now, Helping Hoops offers programs for hundreds of underprivileged children around Melbourne.
Starting and running a small business isn’t for the faint of heart, and often it’s the stories of those who’ve made it which inspire us to keep going.
The Chinese market can be a lucrative place, but you can’t just dip your toe in the water. Here’s some advice for doing business in China.
Every so often (not nearly often enough) business are given a tax cut. What businesses do with this piece of good fortune could shape their futures.