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Pay Overseas Suppliers – In a Faster, Cheaper, Easier Manner

Paying suppliers in foreign currencies can be expensive and confusing. As new players enter the payments market, there has never been a better time to re-evaluate your payment flow. By choosing the right international payment methods, SMBs can avoid expensive transaction fees and poor FX rates, as well as improve company cash flow. Here’s where

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3 Ways to build an agnostic business

An age agnostic business avoids arbitrary assumptions and hires mature age people for their skills and experience. Australia is in the grip of an ageist epidemic with hundreds of thousands of mature aussies who are willing to work. They are being denied opportunity on the basis of their age. In this article, I want to

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7 Ways to increase small business efficiency

Inefficiency, like rust, never sleeps, and can suddenly creep into any corner of your business. Vigilance against inefficiency is even more critical for small to medium-sized businesses because margins for error can be thin, and small but steady drains on revenue can suddenly hit a tipping point. So how can you run a tighter ship? Here

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A chat with Matt Paine, a key account director at News Xtend

I recently sat down with Matt Paine, News Xtend’s Key Account Director, to find out what he loves about Digital Marketing, why he’s passionate about helping businesses succeed, and what he does when he’s not in the office. Ready to meet him too? Let me introduce you! You should first know that Matt is passionate

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Half of Aussie SMEs still unaware of cyber reporting obligations

The second annual Chubb Australia SME Cyber Preparedness Report 2019 – “Ignorance is Risk” – released recently, reveals 47 per cent of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Australia are not aware of their obligations under the Notifiable Data Breaches (NDB) scheme.This follows the introduction of the NDB scheme by the Office of the Australian

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