The October 2012 print issue of My Business has been printed, boxed and is currently being shipped to newsstands and our subscribers around the country, packed with essentials to help you grow your business. Here’s a sneak peak at what’s inside.
Our soon to be published October print issue will hit newsstands and will arrive in your letterbox, if you subscribe – towards the end of next week (week ending Oct 12). Here’s a brief snapshot of what you can read about in our new issue.
TRAINING & EDUCATION: Despite common reservations about its cost in both time and money, business education holds untold benefits for SME owners. In a special roundtable, Justin Grey quizzes panellists from some of Australia’s best business schools on how a formal business education can put a rocket up your business.
SOCIAL MEDIA & THE LAW: Social media law specialist Jamie White explains how you can stay on the right side of the law online following the Advertising Standards Board’s new ruling on comments on social media.
BUSTING THE ‘BILLY BUMCRACK’ STEREOTYPE: In this Q&A, owner and founder of Pipe Perfection Plumbing, Darren Clancy, explains how his company is breaking down tradie stereotypes.
BE A BETTER LEADER: Aussie business mogul and self-made millionaire Rowdy Mclean gives you 10 frank ways to transform your approach to leadership into a thing beauty.
PAPERLESS PAYROLL: Andrea O’Driscoll explains how you can now save yourself both time and money by managing your payroll in-house using payroll software applications.
REFINANCING FOR A NEW FINANCIAL STRATEGY: Andrea O’Driscoll shows how refinancing can offer you an opportunity to start afresh with a new financial strategy tailor-made for your business as it is today.
SMEAA MEMBER PROFILE: In this month’s SME Association of Australia Member Profile we chat to Hazel Theocharous of Sydney-based Expert VA to find out how she’s kicking goals in her field.
You’ll find all this, and much, much more in the October 2012 issue of My Business. 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 subscription now.
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