Faye emigrated to Sydney, Australia from London UK in 2014, and is responsible for the active day to day management of the Dynamis APAC Pty Ltd offices in Sydney and to develop the DYNAMIS stable of brands and their expansions into the Asia Pacific region; BusinessesForSale.com, FranchiseSales.com and PropertySales.com.
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"In the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years." Abraham Lincoln
Already over the last decade, with the introduction of social networking sites and work collaboration apps like Slack and with the steady rise of email marketing and communication, the digital world has changed the way we communicate in both our personal and professional lives. Now, more than ever, during the COVID-19 Pandemic, communication skills are vitally needed to achieve success in the workplace.
As the seemingly volatile economy is demanding you take notice, here are seven practical steps you can implement to help your small business weather this uncertain economic storm.
Email is not dead. I know, it’s hard to believe that among today’s abundance of apps and social media channels, email continues to be a tried and true tool of successful marketing. That being said, it’s easy for marketers to get stuck in an email rut. Using the same strategy that worked a year ago, or even six months ago, may not prove to continue to make an impact today.
You’re finally realising your dream of becoming a business owner. Your business plan is in full swing, and you’re setting exciting goals for what you hope to achieve in the future.
You won’t really know how effective you’re being at growing awareness of your brand unless you take time to look over the data, writes Faye Ferris.
A recent report by Statista predicts there’ll be 3.02 billion social media users worldwide by 2021. How will your brand stand out?
Are you ready? Four questions to ask yourself before taking the leap and buying your own business.
There’s nothing more satisfying than getting your tax return prepared ahead of time. And this year there’s even more incentive with the ATO extension of the $20,000 instant asset write-off for small business. Follow these nine steps to a stress-free tax return.
Don’t throw in the towel just yet; have a contingency plan for when your business idea isn’t going as well as intended. Being a successful entrepreneur means having a Plan B, C and sometimes D.
When it comes to deciding on your business structure, there’s often more to it than simply thinking about its tax effectiveness, legal requirements, and set-up costs.
When it comes to building a new business website that will add to the success of your small business there is really only one place to start.
Streamlining your business can be a huge task, but also yield big profits. We look at three key areas of your business that could best benefit from a business health check.