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As we approach the end of this Financial Year and reflect on the previous one, it also means we’re about to start a new one. So what is it you want to change for the year ahead or learn from as you move into the future? In this post, we break down the FIVE ways to prepare for the New Financial Year. 1. Technology Are you happy with

We’re about two weeks out from the End of Financial Year. If you’re cool, calm, and compliant - nicely done! If you’re freaking out - well that’s okay too. This blog is not a checklist about compliance and accounts, it’s a checklist about improvement, understanding your goals, and putting yourself one step closer to achieving them. 1. Don’t Hate The Game

Stop trying so hard to make the sale and have clients knocking on your door instead. This is the antithesis of the shotgun approach - marketing for tomorrow. It's slow and steady but will give you a long-term pay-off. It's not the not all-that instantly measurable, but a sure-as-hell worth-it approach to driving sales in the long-run. So let’s begin… Demand Generation The first thing to remember about 'Demand

Ay-corona!  Covid-19 has certainly caused a stir for everyone, so we've gathered some of the best industry resources from various official sources and key people, to help you navigate your business, clients, and self at this unprecedented time. We've put together everything from templates to calculation spreadsheets, marketing support to tech discounts, free training, and general country-specific resources. And the best bit? They are all FREE or

Everyone hates ads, yet people keep advertising. When you think about it, the opposite of an ad - something requiring paid distribution - is something that is distributed freely! For something to gain the affinity of its viewers/users to the point that they share it among their contacts, it has to be just that… a thing. A thing is tangible, likeable, useful, interesting, and engaging – it’s about

Hiring an offshore team for your business is a great way to boost your efficiency and increase your bottomline. With the advantages far outweighing the hassle, there are still a few things to keep in mind before getting started.   1. You’re going to have to step up your communication At least at the beginning, frequent communication is a must when hiring an offshore team. This doesn’t just mean