The March 2015 print issue of My Business will be published on Thursday February 26. Here’s a sneak peak at what you'll find in our new issue.
The March 2015 print issue of My Business will be available on newsstands around the country on Thursday February 26 – or on its way to your letterbox if you're a subscriber.
This issue of My Business focuses on Technology and how Technology is now more so than ever a powerful enabler for SME business owners. Here’s a sneak peak at the Features you'll find in our new issue.
COVER STORY: Meet 2014 My Business Award Winner Kashif Saleem, a Perth-based Pakistani expat with a love invention, innovation and cricket.
IT’S ‘APPENING: A look at apps and Cloud-based solutions that boost productivity and profitability.
MOBILE TECHNOLOGY: How to use new technologies to best target your customers on their smartphones.
UPGRADING: Five things to consider before investing in new technology in your business.
THE KINGS OF POP!: The new game-changing app from Melbourne’s Chris Koch and Chad Stephens.
IT SECURITY: The key IT security threats that SME business owners need to guard against in 2015.
SOFTWARE AS A SERVICE: A new partnership between an accounting giant and a Kiwi tech start-up.
2020 PREDICTIONS: Seven tech experts offer their views on the new technologies SMEs will be leveraging in 2020.
SMEA MEMBER PROFILE: Mccullough Robertson
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.
You’ll also find our latest column from Michael Pascoe, in which he explains why it’s smart for SME business owners to steal.
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