Many of Australia’s exporters are feeling more positive about what the coming year will bring, according to a new business survey.
The number of Australian SMEs expecting access to finance to become more difficult over the next 12 months has doubled since the beginning of last year, according to new research.
Company leaders across the world are most optimistic about doing business in the US in 2015, according to a new global survey.
EFIC, Australia’s export credit agency, predicts growth to accelerate moderately in both advanced and emerging economies in 2015.
With foreign currency purchase soaring as Australians increasingly travel overseas, the OzForex Travel Money Card has been voted Australia's best value travel money card in the new Mozo Experts Choice Awards for Travel Money.
Four senior business leaders were re-elected to The Australian Made Campaign Board of Directors at its annual general meeting this week.
With economic conditions now relatively favourable for exporting, more Australian companies are looking overseas to grow their businesses.
Long payment terms and inflexible bank loans are having a serious impact on the ability of Australian SMEs to grow, a new survey has found.
Over the past 30 years, China has experienced unprecedented growth and it is now the world’s second largest economy today.
EFIC, Australia’s export credit agency, has had its loan powers expanded to assist more SME (small and medium-sized) Australian exporters.