The February 2015 print issue of My Business is now avialable on newsstands around the country - and on its way to your letterbox if you're a subscriber. Here’s a sneak peak at what’s inside our new issue.
The February 2015 print issue of My Business is now avialable on newsstands around the country - and on its way to your letterbox if you're a subscriber. This issue of My Business discusses the many ways in which you can expand your market - from exporting to getting your products onto supermarket shelves to collaborative partnerships, and more. Here’s a sneak peak at the Features you'll find in our new issue.
COVER STORY: Meet Jamie and Abigail Forsyth, two Melbourne siblings who are taking on the world – and winning.
ALL ABOUT EXPORTING: A beginners guide to exporting – all you need to know.
ASIAN FREE TRADE AGREEMENTS: New opportunities for exporters to Asia following Free Trade Agreements.
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN BRANDING: Why the Australia Made, Australia Grown logo should be used by exporters.
EXPANDING YOUR MARKET: Five steps to getting your products on supermarket shelves.
MARKETING: Why collaborative partnerships can be potent marketing strategies.
COLLABORATIVE WORKSPACES: Why collaborative workspaces could be the office solution for you.
BUSINESS TRAVEL: How to get strategic about frequent flyer rewards programs.
THE MOTHER OF MUMPRENEURS: Meet 2014 My Business Award winner in the Women in Business category, Edwina Pearce.
SMEA MEMBER PROFILE: Addept Financial Services.
Also in this issue of My Business you’ll find the latest exclusive columns from Australian Small Business Commissioner, Mark Brennan, and Federal Minister for Small Business, Bruce Billson.
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