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Is your small business eligible for $20-100k in cash flow boosts from the ATO?

Temporary cash flow boosts will support small and medium businesses and not-for-profit organisations during the economic downturn associated with COVID-19. Eligible businesses and not-for-profit (NFP) organisations who employ staff will receive between $20,000 to $100,000 in cash flow boost amounts by lodging their activity statements up to the month or quarter of September 2020. The

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Strong rebound forecast for Victoria’s economy

Victoria’s economy is forecast to be the fastest growing in Australia in 2021, according to the Deloitte Access Economics Business Outlook Report released today. The report estimates Victoria’s economic growth will hit 5.4 per cent this year, leading Queensland (4.7 per cent), New South Wales (4.2 per cent), Western Australia (3.5 per cent), South Australia (3.4 per

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$20 million fund supporting regional SMB recover in SA

Wineries, boutique accommodation, a distillery expansion, a Far North micro-brewery and a houseboat build are among the latest tourism projects to benefit from the Marshall Liberal Government’s regional stimulus program. A further 12 new regional tourism development projects have been granted funding under the South Australian Tourism Commission’s Tourism Industry Development Fund (TIDF). This brings

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$200k in funding for cultural tourism sector reboot in QLD

The Palaszczuk Government has announced $200,000 in new funding to support Indigenous festivals, events and jobs for the Year of Indigenous Tourism. Tourism Minister Stirling Hinchliffe said applications for event funding were now open. “This is an excellent opportunity to develop existing and new Indigenous tourism experiences and encourage even more visitors to make Queensland

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How to keep customers happy in the ‘new normal’

Now that customers have more choice than ever, providing excellent customer service could be the key factor that makes your business stand out from the competition. To build customer loyalty it’s essential to align your business strategies with a customer-centric vision. According to a recent KPMG Customer Experience Excellence report, personalisation is what customers really

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