Two wrenches resting on keyboard with digital options


18 August 2020

Explore and understand the various digital systems and tools available to support your daily business activities,
making them easier, quicker and more effective - including accounting, sales support, payroll and HR.

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There are many online services and digital systems that can help you perform your daily business activities. 
This session with the Entrepreneurship Facilitator Service and the ATO's Small Business Educator, Linden Regina,
discusses the various tools available and the benefits they can bring to each area of your business operations.

During the session we explore:

  • Benefits of using digital systems
  • Online sales tools
  • Accounting software
  • Online banking
  • Digital payroll and HR systems
  • How to use the ATO apps and business portals


Natalie Brookes

Entrepreneurship Facilitator, Richmond - Tweed (Ballina) | My Business

Natalie has a wealth of experience in start-ups having established two of her own and understands the freedom and joy that self-employment brings.

Linden Regina - small business educator from ATO

Linden Regina

Small Business Educator | Australian Tax Office

Linden lives and breathes Small Business. She is committed to improving the small business client experience and helping small businesses understand and interact with the tax and super systems more effectively.

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