Your public-facing business should be more than just a building or room. Whether you run a cafe, restaurant, store or something else, creating an experience for your customers helps to make their visits memorable.
As a business owner, you want to know how your site is doing. From the number of visitor’s you get each month, to the purchases made, to the amount of time visitors are on a particular page.
While the road to being a successful business woman might be hard and full of perils, it is important to note that there are many technological tools at your disposal which can help make this journey easier.
Laundry and dry cleaning are one of the few businesses which have stood the test of time and continue to thrive annually. If you are planning on starting a laundry business in Australia, you will find this information useful.
When it comes to achieving business success, ongoing innovation is what makes the proverbial world go round. From mom and pop shops to huge conglomerates, developing new ideas and processes can be key to keeping your business relevant and competitive.
Surviving on little sleep has almost become a badge of honour but fatigue from sleep loss can result in sleepiness during the day impacting our productivity and performance at work which can lead to reduced alertness, concentration and memory capacity.
As a customer-facing business, you need to ensure that everyone feels welcome when they enter your store or offices. So, let’s take a look at some of the ways you can make sure your customers feel welcome…
Creating a stunning office space can be quite the challenge. So if you want to make things a little easier on yourself, here are the steps you should take to make it happen.
Congratulations to Saskia Groen-in’t-Woud from Singapore, winner of the 2017 Telstra Business Woman in Asia Award, announced at the 2017 Telstra Business Women’s Awards dinner in Melbourne last night.
Congratulations to Chief Executive Officer of Settlement Services International Limited (SSI), Violet Roumeliotis, who was named the 2017 Telstra Australian Business Woman of the Year at a gala awards dinner in Melbourne last night.
When high-powered business executive Laleh Hancock met her husband, she was earning more than double his salary. Soon after they married, she took a huge pay cut because like a lot of women, Laleh believed a married man needs to be the breadwinner.
Do you own a blog or manage a website for business? Are you wondering how you convert your traffic volume into paying or engaging customers? Social proof could be the game-changer you’re looking for.
The landing page is the opportunity that every small business should make their focal point for the entire website. Here is where you state your case, show what you have to offer and pose showing your good side.
If you’re not able to differentiate yourself from your competitor, then the market is going to find no reason to choose you over them and to contribute to your business over theirs.
Whether you’re job hunting or looking to boost your business, use some of these tips to help you stand out online, for all the right reasons.
A successful blog isn’t just defined by how much money it earns, but it is a good indicator. Here, we discuss what makes a blog successful in terms of what sponsors will be looking out for.
If you’re one of the many business owners that requires a warehouse for daily operations, these three tips will help you out. A safe warehouse is a more productive warehouse.
The right equipment could make a massive difference to your business. But, because this stuff is always left to ‘the men’, you may not know where to get started to stock your workplace. Which is why we’re going to look at a few of the steps you need to take.
Congratulations to Managing Director of Kellogg’s Australia, Belinda Tumbers, named 2017 Telstra NSW Business Woman of the Year, after also taking home the Corporate and Private Award, on Friday 27 October.
When looking for the best hire, pay attention not only to what people say but by how they say it, and make sure that they know their data security basics. The most suitable employee is not the one who just looks good on paper – but the one who can actually deliver.
Co-Founder and COO of tech start-up, Vollie, Tanya Dontas, discusses what it means to be a woman in the tech-space, and how women are often not seen seen as equal to their male business partners. despite being just as crucial to the business.
Westpac has opened ‘200 Women: The Listening Ground’, a free exhibition at the world famous Sydney Opera House, designed to highlight diversity and equality through the stories of 200 women from around the world.
Congratulations to Jennifer Franceschi from Fresh Produce Alliance in Manjimup, winner of the 2017 Telstra Western Australian Business Woman of the Year Award, after also taking home the Corporate and Private Award.
Synergistic acquisitions can bring middle market companies other significant benefits, including rapid growth, increased market share and economies of scale. And, namely, they pique the interests of those in the private capital markets.
While manufacturing in Australia has fallen on hard times, men’s accessories brand, Buckle | 1922 is not buckling under the pressure of fast fashion and cheap international imports, celebrating 95 years in business.
The Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) has profiled eight organisations using smart strategies to create greater equality between women and men in their workplaces.
Telstra have announced seven finalists for the Telstra Business Woman in Asia Award from Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, and Singapore. These seven women represent the best of the region’s female leaders from both the corporate and not-for-profit sectors.
Karinda Gill from Abode New Homes in Darwin won the 2017 Telstra Northern Territory Business Woman of the Year award, after also taking home the Entrepreneur Award at an event on 19 October 2017.
Congratulations to Tammy Barton, winner of the 2017 Telstra South Australian Business Woman of the Year Award, at the 2017 Telstra South Australian Business Women’s Awards on 16 October 2017.
Gifting can do more harm than good. Why not try some of the these ideas instead, so you can guarantee Christmas will be a time of goodwill and cheer for everyone this year?
During her career, Fiona Cutts struggled intensely with public speaking and presentation delivery – an experience she now draws upon to help others liberate themselves from fear and judgment, and unleash their confident and authentic voice.
It doesn’t matter if you have customers or clients come to see you or if it’s only your employees who ever see inside. If it’s time for a refresh, you have a few different options.
Congratulations to Toni Moate from the CSIRO, named the 2017 Telstra Tasmanian Business Woman of the Year, after also receiving the Public Sector and Academia Award on 13 October.
Congratulations to Michelle Gallaher, named the 2017 Telstra Victorian Business Woman of the Year, after also receiving the Entrepreneur Award at the Telstra Queensland Business Women’s Awards on 10 October 2017.
Congratulations to Bernadette Eriksen, CEO & Founder of Flavour Creations, named the 2017 Telstra Queensland Business Woman of the Year. Ms Eriksen was also the winner of the Entrepreneur Award.
Effectively managing your website’s growing pains after your e-commerce site has achieved success requires adopting a different game plan. Here are four strategies you can use to help you manage success after your website takes off.
Designed specifically for women, NIDA’s Influential Women two day course provides you with practical strategies and techniques to take your conversations, presentations and negotiations to the next level.
Congratulations to Elise Apolloni, 2017 Telstra ACT Business Woman of the Year. The Wanniassa pharmacist also won the Entrepreneur Award as well as the Young Business Women’s Award.
At a time when the business constellation remains predominantly male, it is more significant than ever for women to take over the stage and let their voices be heard, respected and followed.
It’s Stay Smart Online Week in Australia from 9 to 13 October 2017 and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is warning all Australians to watch out for scammers when going online.