Is your business considering jumping into bed with a ‘buy now, pay later’ service like Afterpay, Zip Pay, Klarna or Humm? With most customers demanding it nowadays, here are five things to weigh up when you’re deciding if these platforms are right for you and your business.
Supercharge Your Marketing: Five Simple Marketing Principles That Every Business Owner Needs To Know
Not sure where to start with your marketing? We get it. Wearing all the hats in your small business can be exhausting! Here are five simple principles to get your marketing rolling.
With the world moving online at a rapid pace, we can now get help with our finances anywhere, anytime. Have the days of the local accountant passed us by or are there still benefits of having a bean counter around the corner?
When the shit hits the fan, it can be very tempting to duck for cover and not come out of hiding. Unfortunately, it’s not a sustainable nor overly smart business strategy. Bumps and bruises are inevitable on the business journey, but there is always help available and things might not be as bad as they seem.
Ladies, get on top and stay on top of your business finances with these three expert tips from The Women’s Accountant.
Is it Tax time already? Ahhhh you smell that crisp chill in the air? It means tax time, one of my favourite times of year, is just around the corner. Sadly for many businesses they don’t see the beauty of tax time like I do. For...
The decision to bring on staff is one of the most important decisions a small business can make. So how do you know when is the right time to hire staff?
EMMA BOWDLER I’m a cheerleader for women and an accountant bursting with personality. The fool-proof way to invoice and speed up cash flow Creating invoices is not the sexiest part of running a small business, I’ll agree with you there, but it’s one of the most...
EMMA BOWDLER I’m a cheerleader for women and an accountant bursting with personality. Are you self-sabotaging your business? It’s time for us to get personal. I’m going to ask you a question and I want you to be honest with yourself; are you guilty of self-sabotaging...
If you work in a service-based there are four models of pricing. Cost-plus, competitor-based, demand-based and, value-based pricing. Which one is best?