Enterprise

Why we can’t afford to let founders flounder

On World Mental Health day, it’s an apt time to acknowledge the highly challenging environment of startup building, and the personal impact on the founders trying to build the next generation of Australian businesses.

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Startups: we’ve come a long way, but there’s more to go

Venture Capital investment in Australian startups continues to trend upwards, but we need to go further, faster if we want to become a global leader.

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Governance for Growth: Australia’s startup board opportunity

While boards are more often associated with corporate governance, when to comes to transitioning from startup to scale-up they can be an important lever for growth.

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Blue skies, some clouds: Enterprise Client Pulse Check captures mid-market mood.

Just over half of small to medium sized businesses are optimistic about their future especially those based in NSW and Victoria .

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Australian and European family businesses: same goals, differing challenges

It’s not surprising that whilst most countries in Europe are positive about their future, in the UK, confidence dropped from 83 percent in 2017 to 68 percent this year.

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Optimistic about growth: a snapshot of the mid-market

Australia’s mid-market is often referred to as the engine room of the nation’s economy. But what are their concerns and business needs?

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A budget of few surprises

This was a budget of few surprises. The main revenue raisers are through the black economy measures – which we welcome.

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Prioritise business tax cuts, says the mid-market

With just over two weeks to go before the May Federal Budget a clear message from our mid-market clients is the government should focus on delivering business tax cuts.

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Australian companies grappling with accounting standards shake-up

The normally sedate world of accounting is currently undergoing its biggest shake-up since Australia joined the International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) regime back in 2005.

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Customer centricity: Not just a buzzword

It’s not surprising attracting and retaining customers is a top issue for boards around the world.

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Bucking the economic downturn: lessons from Western Australia

How do enterprises succeed during periods of economic downturn?

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Just one big family (business): Europe matches the concerns of family business in Australia

A recent survey of family business in Europe highlights just how similar their concerns are to those of Australian small business

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Why the west is to be won

Businesses who wish to profit from the growth and planned developments in Greater Western Sydney will need to think strategically for the long term

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