Are there benefits to holding back a business rivalry in favour of a partnership? Perhaps a ‘you scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours’ angle could play a strong hand in boosting your business growth?
When your business has lost its competitive edge, it’s time to take a long, hard look at your product, credibility, and most importantly – what your customers think and want. Taking the first step to reflect on your business and make necessary changes can be quite confronting for some business owners, but according to Michael… Continue reading Let’s Talk: Competition
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Ten teams of bright young business minds have made it to the final stage of the 2012 RMIT Business Plan Competition, with the top ideas including a green fuel made from agriculture waste, a basketball-themed pub and sustainable way of packaging beer.
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It’s tempting to try to steamroll the competition. But sometimes a spirit of cooperation is in order.
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It could happen in nearly any company: Employees sometimes go into business for themselves.
Dynamic Business has two intuitive Plantronics smartphone headsets to give away, ideal for business owners on-the-go!
Australians are more positive than residents in the US and UK about the possibility of eventually becoming a millionaire, despite continued economic uncertainty around the world.