Every year, many people in Australia decide to start their own business. This could be to supplement their income in their full-time job, or it could be to break away from their full-time job and venture out on their own.
Securing funding for a start-up can be daunting work. No matter how much capital a start-up begins with, ensuring a steady cash flow offers the advantage of mitigating financial loss.
Starting a new business is a daunting enterprise, requiring multiple factors to come together to result in success.
Tony Drexel Smith, CEO of Blue Moon Advisors, a due diligence, capital readiness and document preparation company serving entrepreneurs, start-ups, and companies seeking alternative equity and debt capital joins Enterprise Radio.
Sacha Brant, Owner of Sassy Lasses that specializes in helping build online businesses from startup to stardom and Founder of the new-to-market Empowerment Pride joins Enterprise Radio.
Dr. Menno van Pelt-Deen, the Founder of Lapp, a company that creates games for parents joins Enterprise Radio to discuss VilDu?! a game for sexually abused children.
Jeff Hirsch, Founder & President of The Right Brain Studio joins Enterprise Radio to discuss the value of creative qualitative research. Jeff is a creative strategist who’s insights has shaped strategies and innovations for global powerhouses to start-ups across a wide range of categories.
If you’re launching your own start-up, one of the big issues to consider is financing. There are many potential options for financing a business, and sometimes it can be difficult to decide on the best option. So which is the right one for you?
Connie Certusi, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Sage Small Business Solutions at Sage North America once again joins Enterprise Radio.