The December 2012/January 2013 print issue of My Business will arrive on newsstands and in subscribers' letterboxes around the country early next week, packed with essentials to help you grow your business. Here’s a sneak peak at what’s inside.
BUSINESS IN THE FAST LANE: In this issue’s Cover Story we sit down with Simon Digby and find out how he has cultivated a decade of success on Melbourne’s hospitality scene with Alumbra.
THE KEYS TO EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP: Leading Aussie entrepreneur Creel Price explains how you can build an effective leadership style through becoming a better decision maker.
SOCIAL MEDIA & MANAGING 21st CENTURY RECALLS: Stacey Tomasoni sheds light on what you need to know to handle product recalls while protecting your brand’s reputation in the social media age.
WHEN THE OWNER SHOULDN’T BE CEO: Michael Floyd explains when might be the right time for you to bring in an external CEO, and how to go about it.
HOW TO PROTECT YOUR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: Mark Parker and Blair Beven reveal how trademarks and Intellectual Property protection can protect your greatest ideas.
2012 AUSTRALIAN EXPORT AWARDS: Now in its 50th year, we look at some of the National Small Business Finalists in the 2012 Australian Export Awards.
SMEAA MEMBER PROFILE: This month we here from Sydney’s Clara Cassidy on how kicking goals with an interesting niche business.
You’ll find all this, and much, much more in the December 2012/January 2013 issue of My Business. Also in this issue, SME Association of Australia CEO Caroline Hong details the SMEAA’s reaction to the Australia In An Asian Century White Paper and what it holds for SMEs.
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