The biggest mistakes an entrepreneur can make, and how to avoid them

The biggest mistakes an entrepreneur can make, and how to avoid them

I am often asked by entrepreneurs, "how much profit should my business be making?" My answer is always the same: It depends. It depends because I don't know how much money is invested in the business in the first place. The amount of capital invested has a significant influence on how much profit is enough. Unfortunatel...

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There is little to be proud of in the wake of the live export controversy

There is little to be proud of in the wake of the live export controversy

Corporate Social Responsibility is a phrase often tossed around by boards of top Australian companies wanting to give back to the community. It is associated with companies with big brand names, wanting to look as though they are empathetic, kind, and in touch with their consumer. It's about time the Australian agricultural indust...

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Australia's 'dumb luck' about to run out with economy on the brink of collapse

Australia's 'dumb luck' about to run out with economy on the brink of collapse

I RECENTLY watched the federal treasurer, Scott Morrison, proudly proclaim that Australia was in "surprisingly good shape".

Indeed, Australia has just snatched the world record from the Netherlands, achieving its 104th quarter of growth without a recession, making this achievement the longest streak for any OECD country since 1...

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ACTION NEEDED ON GENDER DIVERSITY THIS AGM SEASON

ACTION NEEDED ON GENDER DIVERSITY THIS AGM SEASON

PROGRESS towards achieving 30% female representation across ASX 200 Boards has stalled according to a new report released today by the Australian Institute of Company Directors. The percentage of female directors across the ASX 200 has risen dramatically since 2009 when it stood at just 8.3%. However, the AICD's Quarterly Gender d...

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FACTS MATTER IN TAX REFORM DEBATE

FACTS MATTER IN TAX REFORM DEBATE

Politicians can have differing opinions in the company tax debate, but they shouldn't mislead the public about the facts," Business Council chief executive Jennifer Westacott said after Opposition Leader Bill Shorten today repeated his patently untrue claim that company tax reductions 'impede growth'. The Opposition Leade...

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