The 2008 global financial crisis, or “Great Recession”, devastated levels of consumer spending and investment alike. Few sectors could thrive in the faltering economic climate and the franchise sector was no different. Left in survival mode, franchisees struggled to maintain their ever-shrinking market share and
Australia’s recent Franchising Inquiry, which highlighted significant challenges facing the sector, sparked a flood of commentary from academics, law-makers and industry pundits in the media on the subject of industry-wide regulatory adjustment. Specifically, stakeholders in the franchise industry are keeping a keen eye on the
Selling any business successfully takes preparation and knowledge in order to get the best result in the shortest time. Every business is different and therefore, deserve a different level of attention. There are several key issues that need to considered not only to ensure a
The evolution of cloud accounting and how embracing technology is informing and transforming the nature of traditional client to accountant relationships
An analysis of different business leaders’ experiences advocates that achieving higher productivity and profitability is directly related to their approach to business culture and creating a sense of purpose for their workforces.
In our ever-changing business environment, companies are now faced with a choice: adapt or die. As such, RAiN with its innovative approach to survival adapts to thrive.
“The way we do bookkeeping has changed tremendously but the importance of the function of bookkeeping hasn’t changed.”-Mel Power-