Coming up with a business idea and getting started is great. But there’s a good reason why nearly every episode of Shark Tank focusses on knowing your numbers. Here’s what the Sharks are on about.
As last season’s Shark Tank contestants demonstrate, one of the first steps to starting a winning business is to build something you’re passionate about.
How would you tell the story of your startup in three minutes? Or five minutes?
EOFY is coming, and if you’re a small business owner or a startup founder you’re probably starting to think about the best way to prepare your business for it.
Setting up a new business means being tech savvy. But when it comes to tax, startups often get it wrong.
Beneath the surface of MYOB’s new partnership with Shark Tank lies a larger focus to support Aussie and Kiwi entrepreneurs and their startups.
Luke Hampshire never wants Airly to move out of the startup phase.
The hardest and often the most expensive part of business is finding customers, so it’s important to hang on to them from day one.