The government has produced a Budget that delivers investment in economic recovery and jobs growth — and that’s a win for businesses.
On the morning of the Budget a message written in the sky hangs above Sydney: one in five businesses are being left behind by the digital gap.
The Morrison Government has unveiled plans to inject $1.2 billion into emerging technologies, digital skills growth, and bolstering innovation for SMEs.
Accountants and bookkeepers who maintain scalability in client accounting and advisory services are set to grow their businesses.
Digital tech for trades businesses is on the rise as tradies challenge stereotypes by adopting new tools in a bid to improve efficiency and get paid faster.
The Government’s Budget is a welcome sight for SMEs, but it’s the attention to digitising business and empowering female entrepreneurs that makes this plan a winner.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has handed down a Budget that delivers on a wide range of economic measures to support businesses in rebuilding the economy.
Scott Morrison’s new support package, the “JobMaker Digital Business Plan”, pledges an additional $800 million in financial support to businesses.