Women In Business

  • Call or nothing: How missed calls can spell disaster for your business

    Missing business calls can really impact your business. When it comes to running a business, there just aren’t enough hours in the day. Whether you’re rushing about from meeting to meeting, delegating work to employees, or sifting through accounts,...

  • How to decide which industry to buy into

    Small businesses play a significant role in the Australian economy. In fact, they employ almost half of Australia’s workforce and make up one fifth of the nation’s gross domestic product (ASIC). The continued growth and vitality of the small...

  • Combating the working mother stigma

    Combating the working mother stigma

    Today, there’s still a lot of judgment of mothers regardless of what they choose (or need to) do. For example, many people tend to make a clear distinction between working mums and stay-at-home mums, implying that either decision results...

  • 7 Ways for startups to grow in 2019

    One can easily get the impression that promoting startup growth in 2019 is almost impossible. The competition has become very harsh, the markets are becoming over-saturated, and customers became more demanding with each passing day. While the evidence is...

  • Investing for women: How does the EPS earnings per share formula work?

    Earnings per share (EPS) refers to the amount of a company’s profit that is allocated to each share of common stock. Earnings per share gives a good idea of the company in question’s profitability. Company’s often report EPS that...

  • SME: Guide to exporting abroad

    For small businesses, exporting goods abroad can be a big challenge. As many SMEs begin to get ‘fed up’ with many wide-ranging issues, exporting can definitely be counted among them. It requires, time, influence, resources, and a long reach...

  • Taking the lead: Why staying proactive is vital in lead generation

    Taking the lead: Why staying proactive is vital in lead generation

    Proactive lead generation in the competitive digital market has become so critical that it often defines business success or failure. Leads don’t just come along by themselves in sufficient numbers–you have to make things happen. One recent article refuted...

  • Emotional Intelligence (EQ) in business: Why you need it and how to develop it

    Emotional Intelligence (EQ) in business: Why you need it and how to develop it

    We’re all familiar with intellectual ‘smarts’, but to really succeed in business these days, having a high IQ isn’t enough. In fact, it’s not even necessary. Emotional intelligence is where it’s at.  And the best news?  While your IQ...

  • 6 reasons your business does not win grants

    6 reasons your business does not win grants

    You’ve spent hours writing your grant application, waited patiently for the notification to come into your inbox, only to get a rejection email stating you’ve been unsuccessful. The feeling of rejection and disappointment is palpable because you were counting...