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August Is Small Business Festival Month in Victoria

1 August 2018 | social
August Is Small Business Festival Month in Victoria
Victoria’s small business festival aims to help owner-operators expand, acquire new skills and identify opportunities. This will be Victoria’s 13th annual festival and the schedule is packed with events held across metropolitan Melbourne and in various regional centers. Many are available free of charge. The Festival runs from August 1-31. Small Business Minister Philip Dalidakis praised local owner-operators for embracing the festival.
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How to handle a brand reputation crisis

30 July 2018 | social
How to handle a brand reputation crisis
History tells us brands can come back from the brink of a company crisis, yet it takes serious and long-term communications, vision and commitment to get there.  
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Allianz reveals top risks feared by SMEs

27 July 2018 | social
Top risks feared by SMEs
Acceptance is the initial step, they say… so in the case of risks, a firm – regardless of size – can never begin to prepare itself if it doesn’t first acknowledge the threat.
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Australia's Cheapest Cars To Own And Operate

24 July 2018 | social
Australia's Cheapest Cars To Own And Operate
Queensland's most expensive car costs $22,000 a year to run with the cheapest coming in under $6,000.
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Melbourne weather: Damaging winds and snow falls in parts of the Vic

20 July 2018 | social
Brace yourself for strong winds and rain
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IBM looks at the "hidden" costs of data breaches

18 July 2018 | social
The hidden costs of data breaches
A new global study by IBM Security has found that not only do data breaches cause more financial damage than businesses would like to admit, they are also generally difficult and expensive to manage.
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Obscure road rules catching out Australian drivers

16 July 2018 | social
Obscure road rules catching out Australian drivers
We’d all like to think road safety messages have started to sink in for Australian drivers. The majority follow the rules by sticking to the speed limit, obeying traffic signs and ignoring phones and other hand-held devices while behind the wheel.
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As cyber insurance evolves, insureds must watch the fine print

12 July 2018 | social
Choosing the cyber insurance
There’s nowhere left to hide. Now that the notifiable data breaches (NDB) scheme and EU general data protection regulation (GDPR) legislation are forcing companies to reveal the true extent of their data-security deficiencies, takeup of cyber insurance is surging as businesses weigh up the very real financial risk of non-compliance.
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Australia: Cyber liability insurance - Insuring the intangible

9 July 2018 | social
Cyber liability insurance
Australian businesses are becoming increasingly reliant on digital technologies. At the same time, cyber crime is booming, costing the Australian economy an estimated $4,500,000,000 annually (yes, that's billion with a B).
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Why you should examine cyber insurance cashflow benefits for SMBs

6 July 2018 | social
SMBs cyber insurance
Small and medium sized businesses (SMBs) are the commercial entities most impacted by data breaches but also the group most tricky to persuade about the benefits of cyber insurance.
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