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3 ways to guarantee success in family business

Running a family business is both rewarding and challenging. There’s the immense satisfaction of blazing your own trail and building something valuable...

What Victoria’s Social Procurement Framework means for suppliers

The Victorian government’s Social Procurement Framework is a policy that introduces new government procurement criteria to encourage businesses to increase...

5 reasons you should consider government as a client

Many businesses have government on their radar, either as a growth option or an opportunity to build a sustainable revenue base. However, a large number...

5 ways you can support women in your business

International Women’s Day was on 8 March and while it’s a great opportunity to discuss equality and equity in the workplace, it’s what we do all...

6 tasks to lead your business into the new year

January’s already behind you. You’ve packed away the last of the tinsel. The school holidays are over and we hear that collective sigh from parents...

What will you do in summer when the work disappears?

You’re probably familiar with the old TV/movie trope where an ancient civilisation reacts with blind panic when a solar eclipse blacks the sun, assuming it’s...

7 things creative freelancers like me never talk about (but should)

It’s called the gig economy, projecteering, or solo entrepreneurship. Whichever buzzword you choose, being solely responsible for your own living is...

Pros and cons of a social enterprise

The ups and downs of running a social enterprise If you run your own business, you’ll know that the highs and lows can be a bit of a roller coaster ride!...

What social enterprise can learn from business

If you’ve got a passion for helping people who face disadvantage and decide to establish a social enterprise, that’s great. But if you do, make sure...