The May 2013 print issue of My Business will arrive on newsstands and in subscribers' letterboxes around the country in the coming days, packed with essentials to help you grow your business. Here’s a sneak peak at what’s inside.
COVER STORY: In this month’s Cover Story we bring you a riveting excerpt from Ekaterina Walter’s new book Think Like Zuck, which uncovers the secrets to Mark Zuckerberg’s incredible success with Facebook.
2013 MY BUSINESS AWARDS: Entries to the 2013 My Business Awards officially opened on May 6. In this issue we introduce this year’s judging criteria and categories.
TECHNOLOGY – THE RISE IN MOBILITY: With smartphone and tablet penetration continuing to rise, this feature examines what SMEs need to do to keep up with increasing customer expectation.
BUSINESS SALES – HOW TO SELL/BUY A BUSINESS FOR ITS TRUE WORTH: Marcus Salouk explains his ‘Five Pillars’ process for determining the true value of a business you may be looking to sell or acquire.
MANAGEMENT – DASHBOARDS FOR BETTER KPI MONITORING: Matt Brazier explains how a dashboard can help you manage your information more effectively and better monitor KPIs.
PEOPLE IN BUSINESS – A HEALTHY FAST FOOD SUCCESS: Former My Business Award winner Luke Baylis reflects on 10 successful years running his healthy fast food chain SumoSalad.
FINANCE – TURN BUDGETING PAIN INTO COMPETITIVE GAIN: Jeff Robson looks at the financial habits of successful companies and how you can learn their best budgeting habits.
SMEAA MEMBER PROFILE: TACTICAL SOLUTIONS FINANCIAL PLANNING: This month we hear from SMEAA Member Bernard Fehon about his Sydney-based financial planning business.
Also, with this issue we’re honoured to include the first of many exclusive columns from inaugural Australian Small Business Commissioner Mark Brennan, in which he calls for more facilitative business regulation.
You’ll find all this, and much, much more in the May 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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