Australia has a curse of complacency, which I believe is a function of its more “laid-back” business culture, and the cultural cringe associated with self-promotion.
Here are five of the most common traps we see businesses falling into at tax time, along with some tips to help you avoid them.
Two of Australia’s hottest startups, Unlockd and Prospa, built a business model reliant on a single, external force which ultimately left them vulnerable.
Although it was in some ways a long time coming, it was still incredibly difficult to let go of something that we had put so much into for 5 years and say goodbye forever.
Some say you shouldn’t pitch your business until you’ve perfected your presentation – in reality you also need to gain experience if you want to improve.
The pressure on corporates to optimise their current operations while simultaneously building their business for tomorrow is being felt more than ever.
Disruption needs construction: startups and new ventures need to invest equal weight in both the offer and experience, while brand thinking needs to sit at the core of business thinking.
I’ve noticed a particular challenge that a lot of us have been grappling with now that Canva is at this particular stage of growth: staying focused and keeping control of our precious time.