BUSINESS CONFIDENCE SOARS: WHAT DO THE EXPERTS SAY?

BUSINESS CONFIDENCE SOARS: WHAT DO THE EXPERTS SAY?

WHILE 2010 was a cautious year for Australia’s lending institutions, HLB Mann Judd partner David Jackson says conditions will only tighten this year, giving greater cause to keep paperwork in order.

He tells Brisbane Business News how businesses can benefit in 2011 by preparing for exchange rate changes and rent rises, while BDO’s Bernard Curran gives offers some sound advice on flood recovery.

Don't slip behind on payments, lock in commercial property leases as soon as possible and prepare your foreign import or export contract arrangements for falls in the Australian dollar – these are the key messages to keep your business at the top of its game in 2011.

In Brisbane Business News February issue we talk to the experts about getting your business in order to create a more resilient organisation and smarter ways to achieve prosperity. Get your copy now from one of 500 greater Brisbane newsagents.

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