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What Are Some Viable Financing Options for a Small Business?

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Small businesses are Australia’s economic backbone. Recent research found, more than 99% of all Australian companies are small businesses, and they contribute $380 billion AUD to the economy.  But one consistent issue these companies face is obtaining capital. Roughly a third of small businesse...
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SME owners make it clear what they want from new Federal Government

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Whether the new Australian Federal Government is Labor or Liberal, small business owners are very clear about what actions they want the new government to take to provide the right environment for them to flourish. Scottish Pacific’s latest SME Growth Index research asked more than 1200 small busine...
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For small business owners, a lot is riding on the Royal Commission outcomes (2/2)

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Below is the second instalment of a two-part series into the potential impacts to the SME lending landscape following the Royal Commission's report. Gaining trust for SME lenders It’s crucial that Australian consumers, and the small business sector, have faith in their financial institutions. Beyond...
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For small business owners, a lot is riding on the Royal Commission outcomes (1/2)

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As we await the release of findings of the Hayne Royal Commission into the banking and financial services sector, I’d like to share some thoughts on the likely impact on SMEs and the small business lending market. The impact will be far and wide. A nervous market needs to be comfortable that Austral...
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Online Sales Hit High, But Some Businesses Still Lag

Online Sales Hit High, But Some Businesses Still Lag
Australian businesses are pulling in record amounts through internet sales, with income obtained from online orders in 2015-16 totalling $321 billion, up nearly 50% from $286 billion in 2014-15. The figures are exploding as more and more business across a variety of industries establish online order...
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