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The Plimsoll Line: Are you or your customers going under?

The Plimsoll Line: Are you or your customers going under?

Here’s a Fun Fact Who would have thought that a line marked around the hull of merchant ships could be such a lifesaver? In the late 19th century, Samuel Plimsoll, a merchant and shipping reformer, became increasingly concerned about the loss of life caused by the overloading of ships. He devised the Plimsoll line, a […]

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Small Business Late Payment Solutions Part 2: It’s time to embrace accessible technology

Small Business Late Payment Solutions Part 2: It’s time to embrace accessible technology

Recently, CreditorWatch caught up with Noel Tiufino (Managing Director) and Raj Saini (Partner) from MyAccounts and Angus Capel (Small Business Advocate) from Xero to have a discussion about late payments and what small businesses can do about them. Our chat was so insightful that we are bringing you the results with a two-part series. In […]

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Small Business Late Payment Solutions Part 1: Everyone needs to play their part

Small Business Late Payment Solutions Part 1: Everyone needs to play their part

Recently, Creditorwatch caught up with Noel Tiufino (Managing Partner) and Raj Saini (Partner) from MyAccounts and Angus Capel (Small Business Advocate) from Xero to have a discussion about late payments and what small businesses can do about them. Our chat was so insightful that we are bringing you the results with a two-part series. Late […]

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Giving Credit Where Credit is Due

Giving Credit Where Credit is Due

How to develop your credit policy: A step by step “little bit different” guide Did you know that the expression “giving credit where credit is due” can be traced back to a letter written by Samuel Adams in 1777 (that’s one of our American cousin’s Founding Fathers, not the iconic Boston beer of the same […]

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Three business habits to embrace in the new financial year

Three business habits to embrace in the new financial year

The new financial year is always a popular time to kickstart positive habits, and for small business owners, this applies just as much to the fiscal year as the calendar. With FY2020 just one week away, now is the opportunity to set clear goals and commit to business behaviour that will set you up for […]

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Has your ex (Customer) got you in “the Funk”? – A light-hearted guide to recovering from debtor breakup

Has your ex (Customer) got you in “the Funk”? – A light-hearted guide to recovering from debtor breakup

In our last article, we explored what happens when you have the “Feels” for a Customer and how to avoid debtor heartbreak (check it out here). The “Funk” is that ensuing feeling you get when you realise the Customer you have supported, fought for, gone out on a limb for, and even (rarely) told little […]

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How to choose the right funding option for your small business

How to choose the right funding option for your small business

The right funding option can keep your small business moving and enable you to seize new opportunities to grow. Capital is key, but it’s important to consider the appropriate finance solution for your specific needs as no small business is the same. There are a lot of options to choose from these days, and below […]

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Does your customer give you “the feels”? (A light-hearted guide to avoiding debtor heartbreak)

Does your customer give you “the feels”? (A light-hearted guide to avoiding debtor heartbreak)

By Terry Ledlin, Natalie Ledlin and Holly Jackson OK, we’ll admit it…..Married at First Sight has been a staple diet in our office for the last couple of months (although it did seem like it would never end). A common theme (outside of selfies, Insta followers, Botox and fake body parts (trout pouts and tattooed […]

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