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Business

Business in Australia
8 Steps to Starting β€” Small Business Development Corporation
8 Steps to Starting β€” Small Business Development Corporation
Starting a business is the beginning of an exciting - and sometimes challenging period in your life. Suddenly you find yourself immersed in a whole new world of licensing, insurance, marketing and leasing - it's easy to feel overwhelmed. We have created a checklist to help guide you through the early stages of establishing your business.
Business Structures in Australia
Business Structures in Australia
A sole trader business structure is a person trading as the individual legally responsible for all aspects of the business. This includes any debts and losses, which can't be shared with others. This is the simplest, and relatively inexpensive business structure that you can choose when starting a business in Australia.
Minimum Viable Product Grants
Minimum Viable Product Grants
What is a Minimum Viable Product grant? Minimum Viable Product (MVP) grants are designed to support promising startups with the funds needed to progress from a proof of concept stage to a minimum viable product.
Starting a Business Guide
Starting a Business Guide
Setting up your own business is exciting, but can also be challenging if you are not prepared. This guide will take you through each step of starting a business and help you understand what's ahead.
Freelance / Small Biz
5 Ways to Scale Your Small Business β€” The Startup
5 Ways to Scale Your Small Business β€” The Startup
Entrepreneurs are always looking for ways to scale. If you aren't sure what that means, according to Fundable, here are the differences between growing your company and scaling your business: " Growing means you are adding resources at the same rate that you're adding revenue.
How Solo Freelancers Can Land Massive Gigs β€” Better Marketing
How Solo Freelancers Can Land Massive Gigs β€” Better Marketing
I’m a one-person business who attracts agency-sized projectsβ€” when you demonstrate reliability, size is no obstacle.
How to Get More Clients β€” The Futur
How to Get More Clients β€” The Futur
Before you go hire a business coach or sales person, enrol in an online course, follow a get rich quick scheme, do this first. Warning, this is a long list of things to do. No easy answers, no quick fixes, but the bare minimum of what you need to do before looking for more help. Remember, people hire who they know, who they like and who they trust. So time to get known.
How to Write Proposals that Win 80% of Deals β€” The Startup
How to Write Proposals that Win 80% of Deals β€” The Startup
If you want high-ticket clients, proposals make or break your business. Learn how to write a winner. Most of the time, people don't believe me when I tell them that it's 100% possible to close 80% (or more) of the deals you write proposals for.
Leadership Skills
Becoming a Senior Product Designer
Becoming a Senior Product Designer
Becoming a Senior Product Designer may be different from you think.
Competence Mapping Instead of Design Titles
Competence Mapping Instead of Design Titles
The power titles used to come with are slowly fading away in the modern business world. There is also a trend right now where companies and individuals create their own titles to hype their brands in marketing channels.
Five Questions Smart Managers Regularly Ask Their Employees β€” Thomvest Ventures
Five Questions Smart Managers Regularly Ask Their Employees β€” Thomvest Ventures
Not sure how to enable your employees to develop their career and professional capabilities over time? Here's an easy way to get started with a proven process that works regardless of the age or size of your company.
How I Figure Out If A Job Candidate Is Right For The Job β€” For The Interested
How I Figure Out If A Job Candidate Is Right For The Job β€” For The Interested
Six interview questions that reveal more than a resume. Most job interviews are a waste of time. That's because most interview questions simply invite candidates to regurgitate their resume or offer generic answers about how their biggest weakness is that they "care too much" or "work too hard."
How to Improve Your Design Team’s Productivity β€” The Startup
How to Improve Your Design Team’s Productivity β€” The Startup
Tips for working with Designers, from a Designer.
Inclusive by Design
Inclusive by Design
This is the third in a multi-part series on LGBTQ+ inclusion in design. Check out the first two articles on why LGBTQ+ inclusion in design matters and how bias manifests in design organizations.
OKR β€” Atlassian
OKR β€” Atlassian
OKR is a goal setting methodology that is designed to push teams beyond their comfort zone. All teams can do OKRs – not just leadership teams!
This is How to Repair a Toxic Work Culture
This is How to Repair a Toxic Work Culture
This essay is adapted from Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life by Nir Eyal.
Startups
100 Tools to Launch & Grow Your Start-up Without Web Weveloper, Graphic Designer and (almost) Without Money
100 Tools to Launch & Grow Your Start-up Without Web Weveloper, Graphic Designer and (almost) Without Money
100 tools to launch & grow your start-up without web developer, without graphic designer and (almost) without money
How to Build a Bulletproof Product Design Strategy
How to Build a Bulletproof Product Design Strategy
Designers can have a more significant impact than pushing pixels and can help with the totality of what we produce. But this can only be achieved when product design is implemented from the start, at the strategy level.
Proof of Concept in Software Development β€” Sensinum
Proof of Concept in Software Development β€” Sensinum
Proof of concept in software development is a controversial topic. The person that came up with a software idea is usually convinced of its relevance. And stakeholders usually don't want to spend time on something that is not even going to be included in the final product.
The Jobs-to-be-Done Market Discovery Template β€” JTBD + Outcome-Driven Innovation
The Jobs-to-be-Done Market Discovery Template β€” JTBD + Outcome-Driven Innovation
The Jobs-to-be-Done Market Discovery Template is a framework that entrepreneurs, startups and managers can use to define a target market through a jobs-to-be-done lens. Using it mitigates the risk of targeting a phantom or overserved market as it directs the user to define a market around an underserved job.