by A. Charles Smith Paula Duncan AM has floored me. I ready for the interview and my first thoughts of actresses and TV stars follow a familiar path: wow, yawn, evocative, self-absorbed, gushing, conceited, beautiful, sexy, artistic, expressive, bimbo, incoherent, Continue reading Paula Duncan – The Lady’s Not for Giving Up
Dmitry Geku, M. Sc. Editor and Publisher – BiziNet Magazine What do we usually ask ourselves when considering a networking group we were invited to or an event we are planning to attend? – What’s in it for me? Or, Continue reading Networking – Bella Vista Business Alliance Style…
The Hon. Charlie Lynn The political assassination of Prime Minister Tony Abbott was highly damaging to our international reputation as Australia has now seen off five Prime Ministers in five years. Only one, John Howard, was seen off by voters. Continue reading Leadership: Forget Those Who Brung You at Your Peril
Craig McCallum, Director Marketing and Media, TAFE Western Sydney The distinction between blue and white collar roles has long been recognised broadly in the community. Now a third collar category has emerged: the grey collar. Experienced in either technical, trades Continue reading Grey Collar Workers Need a Clear Career Path
Bruce Gleeson, FCA – Principal, Jones Partners Insolvency & Business Recovery As an Insolvency Practitioner, I get an invaluable insight regarding the key challenges and differences that enables some SMEs to thrive, as opposed to those that are simply aiming Continue reading SMEs – Are You Aiming to Thrive or Aiming to Survive! Key Challenges
Steven Brown, Etienne Lawyers Many people see money to be made from owning your own business. While this can be true, money and rewards come from hard work. Of those who have the notion that a business brings you wealth, Continue reading Top 10 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Buying a Franchise?
This year Nova Employment will assist over 800 jobseekers into work across a number of industries, including administration, hospitality, horticulture, retail, warehousing, aged care and childcare. Nova staff take the time to listen to the needs of prospective employers to Continue reading Want Reliable Employees Who Can Do the Job, Plus Workplace Support to Boot? Who doesn’t?
Bekir Kilic, Managing Director, PRO IT Pty Limited Simple mistakes can lead to costly business disasters. Every day on the news we hear about the next recall or outage that leads to the need for public relations to clean up Continue reading Disaster Recovery – Why It Should Be A Top Priority
Daniel Moisyeyev, B.IT, GWP Media If I was to pick an industry that is most heavily polluted by amateurs and con artists, it would be the triad of web design, SEO and social media/online marketing. There are only a few Continue reading Separate the Professionals from the Amateurs
by Wayne Ryan Samoa which is situated in the middle Polynesia with Hawaii to the north, Tonga to the south, Fiji to the west and Tahiti to the east, is often called the Heart of Polynesia or the Teasured Islands. Continue reading Maninoa Samoa