TGR Magazine

  • 26 August 2013 at 15 : 19 PM

    Clocking in

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    Clocking in

    The watch is no longer relevant to tell the time. Most people look at their phones to do that. This means the watch now serves an entirely different function. It can be seen as art, a fashion accessory or an expensive piece of jewellery for those who want to flaunt their wealth. So, why wear […]

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  • 26 August 2013 at 15 : 17 PM

    Science of Success

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    Science of Success

    Napoleon Hill’s work has been followed for decades. The author of Think & Grow Rich, one of the highest selling books of all time, also created the Science of Success. In each issue we bring to you the ideas within the Science of Success, so that you not only understand Napoleon Hill’s mindset, but so […]

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  • 26 August 2013 at 15 : 32 PM

    Entrepreneurship: the key to SME growth

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    Entrepreneurship: the key to SME growth

    There has been a lot written about the effect of government on small business in this issue, however a strong SME rarely depends on government of any political persuasion to be of real benefit to their growth. The Coach, Jon-Michail examines why SMEs don’t need government support. Entrepreneurs by nature don’t live their lives hoping […]

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  • 26 August 2013 at 14 : 41 PM

    Creating gender intelligence

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    Creating gender intelligence

    A 21st century Australia should be about gender intelligence not just for corporate Australia, but also Australian politics, writes Jamie McIntyre. The 21st Century Group of companies has been a passionate advocate in supporting women to have more top level management and board level corporate roles.  It is even looking at having major companies accredited […]

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  • 26 August 2013 at 14 : 14 PM

    Small business survival

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    Small business survival

    Small business requires support not rebuff. Jonathan Jackson looks into the issues affecting small business, particularly those caused by government, and whether they are an ongoing concern. In July, Queensland Premier Campbell Newman launched the inaugural Queensland Small Business Week. The move by Mr Newman was one designed to reconnect government with 412,000 small businesses […]

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  • 26 August 2013 at 14 : 10 PM

    SMEs warned not to wait for an election ‘magic fix’

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    SMEs warned not to wait for an election ‘magic fix’

    Small to medium sized businesses in Australia need to focus on factors they can control, rather than waiting for a ‘magic fix’ resulting from the federal election, writes Chris Gebhardt, head of business advisory focus group, William Buck Chartered Accountants and Advisors. It’s likely that political and economic instability will continue in 2014 and the […]

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  • 26 August 2013 at 14 : 53 PM

    Small business nation

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    Small business nation

    McCrindle Reaserch gives TGR an insight into the future of Australia’s small businesses. Australia has always been an entrepreneurial nation, with small business the backbone of the economy and the labour force. The Australian spirit of independence, a DIY attitude and the courage to give things a go are strongly demonstrated in these latest business […]

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  • 26 August 2013 at 14 : 12 PM

    The small business retirement

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    The small business retirement

    Over the coming years, Australia will see an unprecedented number of small and medium businesses shut their doors as our population ages. TGR spoke to Petar Lackovic from The Entourage about our possible small business crisis. There has been a large amount written in all forms of media about our ageing population. From accommodation needs […]

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  • 26 August 2013 at 13 : 17 PM

    It’s time to cut the tape

    Posted by in Opinion , Rules of Engagement 0

    It’s time to cut the tape

    The word, written on subway walls and in tenement halls, is that red tape is running small business in Australia into the ground. Dennis McIntyre questions the need for so much red tape. The consensus among small business owners is that bureaucracy and the red tape that defines government battle lines, has made doing business […]

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  • 26 August 2013 at 12 : 43 PM

    The politics of infrastructure

    Posted by in Opinion , The Guv'nor 0

    The politics of infrastructure

    Without appropriate investment in infrastructure, Australia will struggle to achieve sustainable economic growth and improve the quality of life for current and future generations. Asset management, a process for delivering value from assets, balanced with other needs such as cost, safety, environment and sustainability, is an essential part of this investment planning. Any changes in […]

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