To reconnect consumers with local businesses, a national Shop Small campaign, founded by American Express, has been launched in Australia to encourage Australians to support small businesses during November.
Too many businesses are overlooking opportunities offered by the digital economy, according to new research by MYOB Business Monitor.
Business owners, especially small business operators, are less likely to create new jobs due to current political and economic uncertainty.
MYOB and Westpac have teamed up to launch a joint initiative to help small businesses advance their digital capabilities.
A MYOB study has revealed that small to medium businesses are dissatisfied with the governmentâ€™s support when it comes to helping business succeed.
Businesses are looking at ways they can boost their business for the New Year.
Minister for broadband, communication and digital economy tell retailers to get online to survive.
Cloud computing has become business-as-usual for many operators, while others are being left behind due to fear of the unknown and inexperience, according to a national study by MYOB.
Businesses that are using cloud are more likely to experience positive financial and operation results, according to research from MYOB.
MYOB CEO Tim Reed looks at what some of the key tactics business can use to maintain the health of their business.
Despite an increase number of small to medium businesses running their own website, new research shows there has been a significant decline in proactive online business activity.
A new report shows close to half of small to medium businesses surveyed do not have a good understanding of how the carbon tax will affect them.
SMEs with a website are performing better than nearly two thirds (64 per cent) of their peers who do not have their own website.
Economic confidence has dipped to a two and half year low amongst small to medium business operates, according to the latest research by MYOB.
MYOB announced their joint initiative with Google, 'Getting Aussie Business Online', has helped more than 30,000 Australian SMEs get online over the last 12 months.
Strengthening customer relationships and expanding business development activities will be the key objectives for Australian business owners in 2012, according to MYOB.
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MYOB has partnered with PayPal Australia to offer a new e-commerce-in-a-box solution that will allow small business to establish a web presence and begin accepting online payments within an hour.
The October 2011 MYOB business monitor found that 68 per cent of businesses owners do not expect an economic recovery in the next 12 months.
Further evidence has revealed that 65 per cent Australian business owners believe the federal carbon tax will have a negative impact on their business.
A massive jump in the number of tax-related Google searches has prompted the search engine company and MYOB to encourage small business owners to set up a website in order to save their enterprise.
The end of the financial year could be a compliance headache for retailers as they come to grips with the Federal flood levy when it comes into force in July, according to business software company MYOB.
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The MYOB business monitor found that more than half of Australian SMEs believe an economic recovery is more than 12 months away.
Since the launch of it three weeks ago, Getting Aussie Business Online has seen over 4,100 Aussie business setup a website through the initiative.
Google and MYOB have come up with a simple solution for retailers to be found online by launching a nationwide initiative to give small businesses a free website that is easy to setup and maintain.
The most likely users of social media at present are business owners in retail and hospitality at 22 per cent.
Business management software provider MYOB says revenues have improved and work has increased across the country but government red tape is impacting on future growth.