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Bowhill Engineering

The South Australian Young Entrepreneur Scheme (SAYES) has been in operation for 18 years! We recently touched base with past participant Jeremy Hawkes from Bowhill Engineering.You participated in...

Business Insight

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Think you’re too old to be an entrepreneur? Think again.
Hollywood often portrays entrepreneurs as geeky men in their early to mid-twenties, who dropped o...
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Now might not be the right time to start a business. But tomorrow is definitely the wrong time!
Many of us have dreams of starting our own business. And often time these dreams are just that: d...
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5 Tips For Working From Home
From lower employee stress and turnover to increased morale and efficiency, there are a number of...
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Top Ten Recruitment Tips
Recruitment has steadily moved on since the days of the original workhorses where comfort barely ...

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Membership Benefits
Business SA is the state’s peak business support organisation, dedicated to helping businesses of all sizes grow and prosper. Business SA is focused on three core objectives for all our members: Grow Your Business  Save You Money Watch Your Back We connect you to peers, indus...

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Business Payroll Guide
This Business Payroll Guide, prepared by Business SA, addresses the practical issues that businesses need to apply in implementing their payroll systems on a day-to-day basis. The aim of the Guide is provide users with an easy-to-use reference manual to enable the effective and accurate processin...

Training & Programs

Health and Wellbeing at Work
Now, more than ever before, the importance of health and wellbeing within the workplace is in the spotlight, with leading companies around the globe helping their people operate at their optimum by feeling their best. This course is designed for HSRs, WHS managers and coordinators, managers and s...

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FTA Training - Understand and Utilise FTAs
Did you know that Australia’s Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) with China, Japan and Korea are worth over A$250 billion, yet less than 20% of local businesses utilise them? Why? Primarily because trade agreements can be difficult to understand and there is a lack of awareness of the benefits for Aust...