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Growing Your Business

So you've got the basics under wraps, and now you're turning your focus towards business growth - how do you do it? Do your business and strategic plans hold up to scruity or are they stuck in a drawer? How will you manage change so that all your staff are on board? How can you generate new ideas that will be profitable? In this Case Studies section, discover real-life examples of successes - and failures - in Growing Your Business.
 
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Handing Over The Company Is Hard To Do, But You Must

The Tobin Brothers funeral directors have seen a lot of death - and they have tried to avoid the problems it can cause family companies.

Telling Furphy's Isn't Part Of The Succession Game

The Furphy family in Victoria have been manufacturers since before Federation - so they know a bit about family company succession issues.

To Import Profits, Exporters Need Local Relationships

Asia beckons as a market, right? Yes - if you leave your Australian preconceptions at the Customs barrier.

The DIY Manufacturing Philosophy

Industrial fan maker Fantech has saved money - and won awards and new customers - by making components it used to import.

Networked For Export Success

Chris Pfeiffer's small Victorian winery competes for big export contracts - thanks to an Austrade-supported network of small wineries.

From Big Things, Small Businesses Grow

When Gillian Franklin left a highly paid position to start her own business, she found her connections and knowledge were enough to ensure financial success

Find A Need - And Found A New Business

When Susan Williams was an employee at a removals company, customers wanted a service her company did not offer: unpacking. So she started a business to meet their needs.

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