News & Analysis

The 3 things Scott Morrison wants to see before he’ll begin lifting shutdown restrictions in mid-May

- April 17, 2020 3 MIN READ

Prime minister Scott Morrison says it will be at least a month before governments will look at lifting current shutdown restrictions, but Australia has made real progress in the past month on getting the virus under control and getting economic support in place. “Our attention as a national cabinet is now turning to the road… Read more »

News & Analysis

JobKeeper won’t suit every business, but if it’s eligible here’s how it works

- April 11, 2020 3 MIN READ

“While it is a great initiative that is going to help thousands of employers keep staff on their books and potentially save their business, there is still the application process to go through first. Employers shouldn’t rush out and start spending money until they have gotten confirmation that they are eligible,” said Employsure Managing Director… Read more »

Opinion

How startup founders can help address domestic violence

- November 25, 2019 3 MIN READ

November 25 is the UN International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. In Australia domestic violence continues to be an issue for many women, so how can employers help those who may be experiencing abuse? According to research, 2.2 million Australians have experienced physical and/or sexual violence from a partner, whilst 3.6 million… Read more »

News & Analysis

The news you need to know: Mon, Oct 21

- October 21, 2019 2 MIN READ

  Our colleague Cec Busby, editor of Kochie’s Business Builders, brings you the daily headlines in bite-sized chunks, which we share here.    Cash Converters to cough up millions in a class-action suit Cash Converters has agreed to settle a class-action suit brought against the company by Queensland consumers who claimed the pawnbroker’s loan conditions… Read more »

News & Analysis

How their father’s illness inspired two brothers to create the multi-million startup Maison de Sabre

- October 14, 2019 3 MIN READ

Omar and Zane Sabre, co-founders of Maison de Sabre When Zane and Omar Sabre’s father was diagnosed with leukemia the brothers were faced with a dire situation – how could they come up with the money to pay for treatments, and ensure Zane could continue his university education? When their father’s diagnosis was made, Zane… Read more »

Opinion

5 things you need to have a successful business partnership

- June 28, 2019 2 MIN READ

Second Squared business partners Lui Pangiarellia and Ak Sabbagh   Nothing is of more importance to a successful business than working with the right people. When it comes to partnerships, that’s even more crucial. The person you work with can make or break your business, your prosperity, and by extension, your wellbeing. So, the stakes… Read more »