Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Merchant Lending: A Lucrative Alternative to Bank Loans

An inability for small businesses to gain loans from banks has given rise to merchant lending: a product with no fixed term credit that...

5 Reasons Why Your Website Sucks, Loses You Sales & How To Fix It

Your website has a huge impact on your brand and your revenue. Afterall, it’s your most important salesperson. But just like many salespeople, it’s likely...

Is this the future of retail? 7-Eleven launches checkout-free store

As retailers across the world come to terms with radical changes in the way consumers are able to shop, 7-Eleven is betting the next...

Public Facebook pages expose SMEs to a barrage of legal risks

The risks associated with operating a public Facebook page have increased under Australian (state-based) defamation law following a recent decision of the Supreme Court of...

Brisbane startup to use AI for small business marketing

A Brisbane-born startup is using artificial intelligence to reduce marketing costs for small businesses. Launching this week, Brandollo is a powerful AI marketing assistant which creates...
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NBN announces solution finder for small businesses

NBN Co has launched its business nbn™ solution finder, a new online tool designed to help businesses of all sizes understand the type of...

How SMEs can use technology to prepare for growth in the new financial year

The beginning of the new financial year can be a transformative time for SMEs in terms of reviewing finances and making important business decisions...

NBN Discounts Did the Job to Get People on Board – Now What?

High traffic on the National Broadband Network (NDN) has started to tick up as NBN Co’s ‘Focus on 50’ price promotion ending. The cheaper...
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Push to create regional drone industry in QLD

Queensland is the drone capital of Australia, with more certified pilots per capita than any other state, according to a new report. Innovation Minister Kate Jones...

Mandatory Data Breach Laws – What you need to know

Dominos, LinkedIn and Uber are just some of the companies in Australia that suffered data breaches in 2017. If this comes as a surprise...