LESS TALK, MORE SMALL BUSINESS ACTION IN 2017

LESS TALK, MORE SMALL BUSINESS ACTION IN 2017

THE future growth and prosperity of Australian SMEs could be undermined if governments lose sight of the sector's priorities says Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise ombudsman (ASBFEO) Kate Carnell.

Carnell wants action on issues such as business tax cuts, competition reform, unfair contracts, government procurement ...

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RISE OF STARTUP SUPPORT PROGRAMS NOT AS ROSY AT IT SEEMS

RISE OF STARTUP SUPPORT PROGRAMS NOT AS ROSY AT IT SEEMS

ENTREPRENEURIAL cultivation companies in Australia are appearing quickly, but questions have been raised about whether the operators have the proven expertise and experience to genuinely help budding entrepreneurs.

Jock Fairweather (pictured), director of co-working space Little Tokyo Two and accelerator program Thunder Lizards, claims t...

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WHY AUSTRALIA SHOULD GIVE UP USING EUROPEAN NAMES FOR ITS FOOD PRODUCTS

WHY AUSTRALIA SHOULD GIVE UP USING EUROPEAN NAMES FOR ITS FOOD PRODUCTS

IS IT worth finding new names for cheeses such as Feta, Brie, Camembert, Parmesan and Stilton to gain an advantage in trade negotiations? Bond University Professor William Van Caenegem believes it could be, and, once the confusion over cheeses settles, there could be some big benefits for the country's agriculture industry. Caeneg...

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FOOD TRUCKS AND OUTLANDISH DESSERTS: THE HOSPITALITY TRENDS OF 2017

FOOD TRUCKS AND OUTLANDISH DESSERTS: THE HOSPITALITY TRENDS OF 2017

FERMENTED foods, boutique coffee roasts, and Asian pancakes are some of the major hospitality trends set to boom next year, according to Silver Chef's latest annual Hospitality Industry Success Index report (HISI).

Diving into the Australian hospitality sector, the latest HISI report revealed the biggest trends to hit Aussie shores t...

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GDP FIGURES A 'WAKEUP CALL' FOR PARLIAMENT

GDP FIGURES A 'WAKEUP CALL' FOR PARLIAMENT

THE GDP figures are an end-of-year wakeup call for Parliament about what lies ahead for the country, according to the Business Council of Australia. Business Council chief executive Jennifer Westacott (pictured) says Parliament can't afford to avoid facing up to Australia's very real and growing challenges. "Parliament mu...

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