My Business November 2012 issue out now

MyBizNov2012_coverTNThe November 2012 print issue of My Business is now on the newsstands and on its way to subscribers around the country, packed with essentials to help you grow your business. Here’s a sneak peak at what’s inside.

The November 2012 print issue of My Business is now on the newsstands and on its way to subscribers around the country, packed with essentials to help you grow your business. Here’s a sneak peak at what’s inside.

2012 MY BUSINESS AWARDS:
In this month’s Cover Story, we honour the winners of the 2012 ActionCOACH My Business Awards and reveal how they’ve achieved the successes they have.MyBizNov2012_coverLG

FRANCHISING FOR GROWTH: Franchise consultant Rod Young explains how franchising could provide your business with access to the capital and people you need to kickstart growth.

WHY NETWORKING IS LIKE DATING & HOW TO SCORE: Organisational psychologist Clare Mann draws parallels between networking and dating and explains how you can better communicate when networking.

RIDING THE TIDE TO SUCCESS: In this profile, we introduce 22-year-old Perth-based businesswoman Sarah Robinson, who is demonstrating business wisdom well and truly beyond her modest years.

THE FIVE BIG TRANSPORT ISSUES: Transport and logistics expert Walter Scremin looks at ways you can save costs and improve efficiency with your transportation.

NEXT-GEN CUSTOMER CONTACT TECHNOLOGIES: Contact centre industry expert Lee Alexander explains how Next Generation Customer Contact technologies can help service providers meet the demands of the modern consumer.

BUSINESS LESSONS FROM AN AFRICAN SAFARI: Sydney-based business consultant and analyst Jurgen Schmechel offers pearls of business wisdom he gleaned from a recent African safari.

SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING TRUTHS: Amelia Zaina explains how implementing social media into your business plan can help stimulate growth.

SMEAA MEMBER PROFILE: In this month’s SME Association of Australia Member Profile we get the skinny from Deanna Varga about her revenue generation and marketing consultancy business.

You’ll find all this, and much, much more – including legal comment on how to handle employees swearing to their superiors – in the November 2012 issue of My Business. Also in this issue, SMEAA CEO Caroline Hong explains why celebrating success is important for SME business owners.

Keep a keen eye out for our new issue on newsstands in the coming days – or in your letterbox if you subscribe. Grab a My Business print subscription now. Or if you prefer to get your My Business issues in digital form, you can subscribe to My Business digital version here. Print subscriptions include free access to My Business digital.

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