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Trends in M&A

We are still seeing strong M&A activity levels in Australia, although transaction timeframes seem to have pushed out a little. This...

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The Minds in Mid-Sized Business Shine...

Australia relies on mid-sized business for its unrivalled ability to pursue and commercialise innovation. From customer service, to the...

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WA's worst nightmare...

The talk of iron ore at $US30 a ton sends chill down the spine of mid-sized business in WA. Even the nimblest mid-sized iron miners...

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If it ain't broke, kill it!

"Growth isn't a strategy; it's a result." This article contains lessons for mid-size business seeking to capitalise on their market...

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Finding finance for mid-sized business...

Senior debt providers and other established financiers aren't delivering for mid-sized business. Relying on their creativity and...

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50% of Australian businesses plan to automate processes by 2016

Automation will affect us all - half of all businesses in Australia are planning to automate business processes in the next 12 months

“Automation in the first industrial revolution made us stronger, automation in the second made us faster, and in the third we will have...…

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24 creative marketing ideas for small to midsized business

Some great ideas for refreshing a stale marketing campaign and pursuing some avenues not already considered in generating brand awareness.

4. Try article marketing. Publishing articles online creates good backlinks to your website, shows expertise, builds credibility, and...…

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Online shopping made even easier

Putting aside any real or perceived price advantages (and this depends on what you're buying), it is so easy and convenient to shop on...

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Local retail brands resurge online...

Aussies shopping online overseas is a hot topic in the media, however the reality is the majority of online retail sales are to domestic...

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Mid-sized business isn't easy...

Sometimes in mid-sized business you have to be all things to all people. At the same time, you might forget you are running a...

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Mid-sized is better...

While I think there are many thing mid-sized business does better...here are three from Forbes...

Maybe because their size enables them to a few things a bit better. Their relatively larger size compared with small companies provides...…

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Mid-sized business needs more money to grow...

Australia will benefit from expanding the funding options available to mid-sized business. Traditional bank debt wont get us there. ...

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Should entrepreneurs be CEO's...??

We all know the mantra about having the right people doing the right things...or do we? Read about how the most talented entrepreneurs...

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ASX Welcomes US technology companies

Perhaps the ASX has found a niche offering to the tech sector.

ASX general manager of listings and issuer services, Max Cunningham, said the ASX had also had an increase in inquiries from companies in...…

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Robots are available for mid-sized business...

Robotic were formerly the exclusive domain of the mega-manufacturers. Now they are accessible ti mid-sized business. This is going to...

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Online shopping sales are driving growth

While unemployment may be elevated and the AUD lower, it seems Australians, for the moment, are continuing to spend up big on the...…

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When 'flat' is good news...

There is continued pessimism about the future price of iron ore...many would consider 'flat' a great result, fearing 'down' is more...

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All eyes on the 'bubble'

Hot in the media at the moment is the Sydney property market after Treasury secretary John Fraser declared on Monday that Sydney was in...

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How far will the tide go out...?

WA business continues its painful adjustment to the "new normal", but we all ask whether there is more bad news to come...

Australian mining exploration expenditure hit a near-decade low of $381 million in the three months to March, with the spend on iron ore...…

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Dense enough?

Despite some loose achievement we still have more to do to unlock our urban sprawl problem - Hobart has more density than Perth!!!

Developers are meeting the state government’s goals for high-density residential projects around major transport routes and...…

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Anti-money laundering law to boost affordability?

Creative take on how AML law will boost affordability - the maths make interesting reading!

The principle aim of Chinese investors is to diversify their wealth beyond China, in a stable economic and political environment. It is...…

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Tax white paper submissions roll in...

Nice to see our submission get some air - looking forward to an interesting year ahead!

Cutting super tax breaks on the rich won't bring in more revenue if the wealthy are still allowed to use perks on property and shares,...…

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