The February 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.
MILK IN THE MAN: In this month’s Cover Story we chat to six-time Olympic Games medallist Michael Klim about how he has transitioned into a successful small business owner after a lauded career in the pool.
MEET COMMISSIONER BRENNAN: In a My Business exclusive interview, Editor Justin Grey chats to inaugural Australian Small Business Commissioner Mark Brennan about his new role as national advocate for small business.
2013 RECRUITMENT TRENDS: Deb Loveridge explains the key steps you need to take to ensure you continue to attract – and retain – the best minds in your industry in 2013.
LEADERSHIP – FOR RICHER OF POORER: Author Dr Greg Chapman explains what couples who run a business together can learn from non-couple business partners, and vice versa.
HOW TO WRITE A KILLER MARKETING PLAN: Marketing expert Franziska Iseli-Hall explains what you need to know to research, write and execute a marketing plan that works.
FINANCE – HOW TO AVOID COMMON CASH FLOW PITFALLS: Finance management consultant Christian Oey explains the key steps you can take right now to negate common cash flow issues.
MARKETING – VISUAL BRANDING ON A BUDGET: Jennifer Borton and James Leal-Valias explain the importance of having a professional visual brand and how you can create one at minimal expense.
SMEAA MEMBER PROFILE: This month we hear from Adelaide-based SMEAA Member Adam Weaver about his product design and prototype services business Convert Studios.
You’ll find all this, and much, much more in the February 2013 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 print subscription now. Or if you prefer to get your My Business issues in digital form only, you can subscribe to My Business digital version here. Print subscriptions include free access to My Business digital.
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