12 April 2013

Small Business really is too big to ignore…..and finally there is a campaign to unite us all.

FINALLY, small business is uniting to speak with a central voice. With over 2 million small businesses in Australia, employing some 7 million people, the Federal Government needs to take notice of this group and start supporting them instead of throwing the odd token incentive every time there is an election. If you are a small business owner, or if you work in a small business, please support this initiative.

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