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CreditorWatch Blog

Visiting a Positive Fork in the Road for Struggling Young Australians

Visiting a Positive Fork in the Road for Struggling Young Australians

Reading Time: 3 minutes Last week, a few members of the CreditorWatch team and I, took a trip to Robertson, New South Wales to visit the Sir David Martin Foundation’s Triple Care Farm – and what an incredible, eye-opening experience it was. This coming October, we will be climbing down the 33-story BT Tower building in Sydney for the […]

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CreditorWatch’s Newest Milestone

CreditorWatch’s Newest Milestone

Reading Time: < 1 minute Last year, CreditorWatch reached its milestone of 50,000+ customers. This year, we have reached another milestone: CreditorWatch is thrilled to announce that 10 Million Credit Reports have been sold since we began! Our journey has been 8 years in the making of helping our customers get paid. We’re helping more and more businesses across Australia […]

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Transparency of tax default data is a win for small business

Transparency of tax default data is a win for small business

Reading Time: 2 minutes Knowing that a business doesn’t pay their bills is incredibly important for anyone in the position of providing trade credit; it is the sole reason that thousands of businesses access credit bureaus in an effort to mitigate risk and safeguard their cash flow. The question is why should knowing that a business has defaulted on […]

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Growth strategy: Reading between the lines

Growth strategy: Reading between the lines

Reading Time: 2 minutes When business leaders think about growing their business, there are a variety of options that will roll off the tongue: diversification, strategic partnerships, multiple locations, increased sales – to name a few. But are they really just stating the obvious and are they missing the fundamental subtext to a successful growth strategy? In much the […]

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Toughen up and brave the weather

Toughen up and brave the weather

Reading Time: 2 minutes With a faltering Chinese economy causing shockwaves in the financial markets there are reasons to be cautious about future economic conditions for today’s business. But, while it’s crucial to keep an ear to the ground, getting too caught up in wavering dialogue could see us losing that confidence imperative to leadership. If the ship isn’t […]

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Behaviours that save

Behaviours that save

Reading Time: 2 minutes I’d like to open by congratulating CreditorWatch on their nomination for Emerging Add-on of the Year Award at the Xerocon exhibition in Melbourne last week. Streamlining, efficiency, productivity – there are plenty of ‘buzzwords’ to choose from when speaking of business performance and how things can be done better. There’s no shortage of discussion and advice around these […]

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The powers combined

The powers combined

Reading Time: 2 minutes Businesses are constantly asking themselves how they can gain the edge on their competitors. The harsh reality is – many do not possess the knowledge, skills or resources to compete with their larger rivals – at least not in the short term. Exploring the possibilities of forming a strategic partnership with another entity can offer […]

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