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Telstra NSW Business Women’s Awards: finalists

Telstra NSW Business Women’s Awards: finalists

The finalists of the 2016 Telstra New South Wales Business Women’s Awards have been announced, with mining engineer and motivational speaker Turia Pitt (pictured above) among the 20 nominees.  Pitt, a finalist in the Young Business Women’s Award category, will join C-level executives, entrepreneurs, for-purpose sector professionals and others at the Awards Gala Dinner in […]

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Google Tax: an incubator fund for start-ups

Google Tax: an incubator fund for start-ups

Taxes are high in Australia. But when it comes to taxation policies, our government is too lenient on some large businesses and too hard on small business. Some large multi-national companies have been able to utilise tax structures that allow them to avoid paying their required tax in Australia, which has enabled them to lower their […]

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Leadership lessons learnt serving on boards

Leadership lessons learnt serving on boards

Beside the normal regulatory and governance requirements, most business owners, entrepreneurs and CEOs realise the need for and benefit of reporting to a board. With the right dynamics in place a board can empower people with complimentary skills, experience and wisdom to formally advise and assist us. Equally, contributing to other businesses and organisations as a […]

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Managing your business journey from a startup to an established company

Managing your business journey from a startup to an established company

Creating a business is an incredible journey made up of both success and failures, and entrepreneurs who are fortunate enough to watch their venture grow from a simple idea to an established company will understand that it involves constant change and management – From experience, here’s some advice in managing these changes. Expanding and thriving […]

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$20,000 Tax break: Putting small business “front and centre”

$20,000 Tax break: Putting small business “front and centre”

Three months after the 2015 Budget announced a $20,000 tax break to small businesses, Tim Reed, CEO of MYOB, provider of business management solutions, shares his professional view with Dynamic Business on the effect these budget measures can have on the Australian small business community. Commenting on the $20,000 tax break, Mr Reed said “small […]

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