We have had an unprecedented start to 2020 and Aussie businesses are going to face new challenges in the coming weeks and months.
A promising new initiative is currently being trialled by the Australian Renewable Energy Industry (ARENA) to make electricity grids more stable and cost-effective.
Most SMEs have two core goals. The first is maintaining business energy efficiency and the second is cost savings. But many business owners often find themselves asking one question. How can I make significant reductions to my business electricity bills?
We get it. For any business, the EOFY can be stressful. It sneaks up on you and, before you know it, the deadline is days away and your records are all over the place. You weren’t prepared.
Has your business been affected by COVID-19 and needs to cut costs urgently?Is your business taking advantage of government rebates, grants, programs and incentives to help Australian SMEs become more energy efficient? Depending on where you are located and your circumstances your business may be eligible for discounts or grants
Helping Vinnies rebuild communities affected by the bushfire crisis
Today is the second annual World MSME day (Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises) - an internationally recognised day celebrating the contribution of small businesses to local and global economies.
The start of a new era of SME banking could be emerging with the announcement that challenger bank Judo Bank has been granted a full banking licence from the Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority (APRA).
Will new default energy rates reduce your bills in 2019? Probably not.