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Peter Strong

One way that COSBOA supports small business is through its advocacy projects. Two recent projects were centred upon energy and encouraging small business owners to employ people with a disability. Another project that COSBOA has been running is in coordination with Paddl Co. and aims to connect small businesses and emerging talent to find innovative solutions to business problems.

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Peter Strong, Council of Small Business Organisations of Australia

BiziNet Magazine #93 - Nov/Dec 2018

Last month, April 19 2018, COSBOA participated in a roundtable discussion convened by the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) to discuss small business finance. The meeting was held in Sydney and was co-chaired by RBA Governor Philip Lowe, COSBOA Chairman (and ACAPMA CEO) Mark McKenzie and Australian Bankers Association (ABA) Chairman (and ANZ CEO) Shayne Elliott.

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COSBOA, Council of Small Business Organisations of Australia

BiziNet Magazine #90 - May/Jun 2018
Bruce Gleeson

Despite reviews of the Franchising Code in 2007, 2010 and 2013, recent Franchisee disquiet regarding high profile retail franchises and indeed Franchisor failure (i.e. Red Lea Chickens) have many parties asking whether or not there should be further amendments to the Code and other legislation. This article will make three (3) observations regarding possible changes. Indeed in late March 2018 the Federal Government has announced another enquirer whereby the Committee appointed is due to report back to Government in September 2018.

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Bruce Gleeson, Jones Partners Insolvency And Recovery

BiziNet Magazine #90 - May/Jun 2018
Daniel Moisyeyev

There is no argument that real estate is one of the most important (if not the most important) systems in Australian society. This may be just my personal opinion, but I feel that almost every Australian has a secret desire to be a property investor – after all, it is where most of the money seems to be made. Indeed the standard for success in Australia is to get a good job, save up (or get your parents to go guarantor if you are lucky), make an appointment with your friendly mortgage broker and get into the market. I've even seen an article that called property investors “entrepreneurs”. This is the standard path that Australians are expected to follow.

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Daniel Moisyeyev, BiziNet Media

BiziNet Magazine #90 - May/Jun 2018



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