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The scope of this paper is limited to small business credit in the form of loans, both secured and unsecured. It does not consider other banking facilities, financial products or financial services. It is intended to provide an overview of the relevant issues, and does...
This position paper identifies some simple steps to tackle the overly complex workplace relations system for small businesses.
This research explores how regional small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are making greater commitments towards sustainable practices.
This report provides more detailed guidance to bank and non-bank lenders about compliance with the unfair contract terms laws, as they relate to small business.
This report analyses the different approaches to disclosure across the fintech industry and makes recommendations on best practice and identifies commitments to action.
Nine in ten of all Australian businesses are small businesses, accounting for 33% of Australia’s GDP and employing over 40% of Australia’s workforce. What may surprise some, is that one third of Australian small businesses are owned by migrants.
The last several years have been a challenging time for the board and staff of the Small Business Enterprise Centre as they have recovered, along with the rest of the Solomon Islands, from the tensions and the subsequent arrival of RAMSI in 2003. The Centre...
A significant barrier to the establishment of any small business anywhere is the inability to access suitable finance. As a small business advisory centre, the Samoan Small Business Enterprise Centre (SBEC) is unique in having addressed this problem through its partnership with the local commercial...
The Business Opportunities and Support Services (BOSS) is a 5-year Private Sector Development project that was initially funded by Irish Aid only and planned for 4 years. Since early June 2013, the New Zealand Aid Programme (NZAid) started to additionally support the project which...
This research argues that there is definite potential for Indigenous-owned business to act as a major stimulant for economic development.