Shannon Smit, Founder & Managing director of Smart Business Solutions, is extremely well positioned to provide small business advisory
to assist in building and adapting to a post-COVID landscape. Shannon is extremely passionate about small business. Activively involved
with the Mornington Peninsula Shire Council she is also the president of the Committee For Mornington Peninsula.
Based on the questions received during this live webinar, you may enjoy our previously recorded Business Planning presentation, including a template business plan. Click here to access >>
Innovation – finding ways to do things differently or better – could be crucial to helping your business enterprise remain viable and capitalise on opportunities, especially with the challenges presented due to COVID-19. But how should you go about it? Is a wholesale overhaul of your operations the answer, or could a less dramatic change of approach yield equally effective results?
We want to help you get more from your business, whether that’s more time, more money or more mental freedom.
The impact of Covid-19 and the associated lockdown has made it more important than ever to ensure, where possible, that you’re still getting paid.
If you're looking into investing into property, regardless if it's residential or commercial, there's plenty to weigh up.
To have the retirement of your dreams, you must plan ahead. The bonus is, the sooner you start thinking about your retirement life, the better opportunity you have of making those dreams a reality.
While commercial property is a little more difficult to understand than residential, it offers several significant advantages for investors.
With the trade industry currently thriving off the boom in the housing market, tradies find themselves busier than ever. The $1200 Small Business Digital Adaptation Program can help you work out ways to make admin life easier.
New legislation will help prevent superannuation assets from being hidden during divorce proceedings. From 1 April 2022, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) will be able to release details of an individual’s superannuation information to a family law court.