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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

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

The new year has well and truly begun, and maybe things are off to a slower start than what you anticipated. But never fear, the back-to-work speed bump is a perfect opportunity for you to examine the way you work and turn this year into your most effective yet. We've compiled 4 tips to work smarter not harder. Here are some of our hacks for staying switched-on,

Your company’s values are super important. Why? Because they pretty much say everything your business is about. Like, what sort of people you’re looking for, how you do business, and where you’re heading. They tell people what they can expect from you – because company values, above all, define your ACTIONS (they’re not just words). You will find that your company values come about naturally when you

Melbourne Cup—the annual horse race lasting no more than a few minutes is an undoubtable excuse for fun, debauchery and midweek hangovers. We are here to help keep the event classy, make your day a delight and help you pick the winner (not really, sorry about that). CASH ONLY ATM usage soars on Melbourne Cup Day. Data from the Commonwealth Bank shows a steep increase of ATM usage

Inspired by the 2000 Rom-Com “What Women Want”, comes the less elusive, more important for your business, “What Workers Want”. A tell-all tale of how to keep a happy workplace, keeping in mind – a happy workplace is an efficient, creative place that clients love coming back to. Systems, Protocols, Organisation This means everything from receipt records to your marketing-to-sales handover. One person should not be the keeper

Value is not something we can see, buy or use; value is something we FEEL. So how do you make your clients feel like they’ve encountered VALUE when purchasing your products or services? Put simply – listen to what they really need and provide them with exactly that. Let’s take a closer look… Value is Subjective Here’s a scenario: Would you pay $50 for a glass of tap water? Absolutely