Browse Managing Risks & Legal Requirements

Browse Managing Risks & Legal Requirements

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Choosing your business structure - Four main structures
Choosing your business structure – Four main structuresFour main structures – There are a number of structures that you can choose from when starting or expanding your business, each with their own advantages and disadvantages.View
Facing challenges
Facing challengesEvery business will face challenges whilst in operation, but how you adapt and change is what counts.View
Fighting back from disaster (1 of 3)
Fighting back from disaster (1 of 3)When disaster strikes – Disaster can strike at any time. How your business copes and how quickly you can get back up and running will largely be determined by the plans you put in now.View
Fighting back from disaster (2 of 3)
Fighting back from disaster (2 of 3)Getting back on your feet – In the event of a disaster, the most important thing to do is get back on your feet as quickly as possible. You should also use the opportunity to improve how your business runs, so that you can be better prepared if disaster strikes again.View
Fighting back from disaster (3 of 3)
Fighting back from disaster (3 of 3)Tips to overcome adversity – When disaster strikes it can be tough, but it doesn’t have to mean the end of your business. Staying focused will keep your business on track through even the toughest times.View
Legal marketing considerations for businesses
Legal marketing considerations for businessesThere are many laws and regulations in place in Australia that aim to protect consumers, and anyone starting or operating a business needs to make sure they are aware of these.View
Protecting your tacit knowledge
Protecting your tacit knowledgeAlthough tacit knowledge is hard to teach or record, it is important that your business has the information recorded and backed. Disaster or tragedy can strike suddenly, and its important to be prepared.View
Succession planning - Barriers in your business
Succession planning (1 of 3)Barriers to succession planning – Could your business run without you? It is a question every business owner should be able to answer.View
Succession planning (2 of 3)
Succession planning (2 of 3)One day your business might be faced with a crisis. If this happens you might not have the time, or the opportunity, to take things slowly.View
Succession planning (3 of 3)
Succession planning (3 of 3)Leaving a business can be complicated, particularly if it’s yours. Ensuring you have a thorough succession plan will ensure that the business can keep running with minimal disruption.View

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