As a member of SBA you now have the opportunity to submit a feature article which we will share on our blog. This member only privilege is a brilliant way for you to share your expertise and to educate not only other members, but our website visitors too, on who you are and what you do and to really position yourself as someone of credibility in your industry.
We are looking for a variety of submissions. We are keen to get a great cross section of our members from different industries, sectors and skill sets to share your knowledge for everyone’s benefit. Unfortunately not all articles will be able to be published. Publication will be at the discretion of Stirling Business Association Administration team and will depend on the submissions received for that month.
For more information, including our submission guidelines and online form, click here.
To submit a blog article, click here.
By Vanessa Geraghty McGann Life these days is hectic! There are so many demands and pressures to deal with on a daily basis. Identify and recognise your symptoms of stress The first step is to identify and recognise your symptoms of stress. It could be in the form of...read more
By Natalie Egerton-Warburton What is the biggest bill you get every year? I’ll give you a clue: It’s not invoiced. It’s a question most business owners struggle to answer but, actually, the answer should be obvious: it’s your tax bill. Are you ready for it? July 1...read more
By David Egerton-Warburton Do you ever struggle to pay your wages because you’re waiting for your customers to pay their bills? You’re not alone. According to a new report from The Invoice Market, 31 per cent of Australian small - to medium-sized - business owners say...read more
By Matt Seeds Managed cloud storage services like OneDrive and its new features help small businesses be more productive. Many small businesses rely on their employees’ ability to work together intelligently and efficiently to get the job done. Perhaps the new...read more
By Andrea Strudwick As the School holidays come to a close my eldest and very dear son is due to commence…… FULL TIME SCHOOL… At this time I can’t help but think about one of my favourite quotes from Haim Ginott and trust that his new Teacher (let’s call her his...read more
By Natalie Egerton-Warburton How was 2016 for your business? Are you where you wanted to be at year’s end? Did you reach your goals? As we settle into the festive season and summer holiday period, it’s a good time to take a look back over the past 12 months. We spend...read more
By Matt Seeds Before Purchasing Microsoft Office 2016, it is important to know what programs are packaged in the different suites. Here are the titles you should come to expect. The Microsoft Office Suite has stood as a top program package for several decades. While...read more
By David Egerton-Warburton In 2012 legendary Australian Rules Football coach Kevin Sheedy took on a new challenge: coaching a new team of young players in its first year in the national competition. How did Sheedy build a now successful team from the ground up? What...read more
By Matt Seeds Many businesses are making the switch from reactive IT support services to proactive IT support, which comes primarily in the form of managed IT services. Why is this happening? Well, it seems the “break-fix” approach just isn’t working for most SMB...read more
By Matt Seeds After 10 years, Microsoft is phasing out support for many of their 2007 products, including Office and Exchange — are you prepared for the switch? Still using Microsoft Office 2007? Microsoft will cease offering support for this and related products in...read more