You might not even know you’re ‘networking’ when you are. Have you told someone else about a job or has someone referred you to a customer? It’s all part of it.
Operating as a sole trader or running a small business is hard enough without having to think about how to get more eyes on your business. One of the easiest things you can do is correctly set up your Google business listing.
Each state or territory has had to navigate COVID-19 a bit differently, so we’ve done a round-up of various packages and offerings from each that may help you get back on your feet or help grow your small business.
We’re all about tradies helping other tradies. We tapped into Reece’s most recent vodcast to find out their advice for tradies.
Imagine being the only woman on a crew of 20. Clare Scanlan doesn’t need to imagine. She often is that person.
Most of the country is opening up and tradies are getting back to work, but Victorians can’t seem to catch a break. Not only are you worried about catching COVID-19, but you also have to deal with the confusion about how JobKeeper and HomeBuilder will affect you during and after the level-4 restrictions period.
It’s the start of a new financial year. We know you’re still worried about how COVID-19 and JobKeeper’s end date may affect your business in the coming year. On our most recent episode of Tools Down, we talked to our resident finance expert Jimmy Clyne of Melbourne-based accounting firm Clyne Partners about what you should or shouldn’t do in the coming months. Here are Jimmy’s top 3 finance tips for the beginning of the financial…
We know how the end of the financial year can be a stressful time for small business owners, especially this year. While you’re busy fixing up those balance sheets, we talked to Jimmy Clyne from Melbourne-based accounting firm Clyne Partners to get his best tax advice for tradies.
Jimmy Clyne of Clyne Partners chatted with Andrew Hewitt from the Reece Group about the $688 million HomeBuilder package announced yesterday.
The Federal Government has unveiled a plan for Australians to receive $25,000 to build or renovate a home starting today (4 June).