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How Much Should You Charge For Your Products And Services?

When you have a product or service to offer, how do you determine how much to charge for it? One successful entrepreneur has some advice for you.

Updated HP Printer Firmware Should Unblock Third-Party Ink Cartridges

After being poked by CHOICE and eventually apologising for locking out third-party ink cartridges for use with its printers, HP has — as promised — released updated firmware for affected devices which should disable the block.

How I Succeeded: QPC's Peter Levine

How I Succeeded is a regular series on Lifehacker where we ask business leaders for the secrets and tactics behind their success. Today: Peter Levine from QPC.

The Ten Coolest People In Australian Tech

Business Insider’s 100 Coolest People In Tech does exactly what it says on the tin. It profiles Australia’s 100 most intriguing tech personalities — from the smallest startup to the largest enterprise. Everyone on the list shares the same core traits: they’re successful, innovative and just plain cool. Here are the Top Ten.

How To Address In-Fighting In A Startup

Startups are usually founded by teams with big ambitions. They pour their money and time into a business, often spending most of their day with each other. But when you’re spending so much time together, there’s bound to be some disagreements. Tensions arise and, if left uncheck, can cause the failure of a startup. Here’s a few ways to tackle this kind of disharmony head-on.

Google Helps Small Businesses Build Digital Skills With Free Training Platform

Google has launched The Digital Garage, a free training platform that small and medium business (SMB) owners can use to level up their digital skills. The objective is to help SMBs build up their digital prowess so they can make the most of business opportunities online. Here’s what you need to know.

How To Interact With Customers On Social Media

Social media can be a powerful tool to promote your business. But if Donald Trump has taught us anything, it’s that social media can come back and bite you if you don’t use it wisely. While larger organisations may be able to afford a social media expert full-time to manage their online presence, small businesses need a bit more guidance. Here’s some advice on how to interact with customers on social media that will help you foster your brand online.

How I Succeeded: Intuit QuickBooks' Nicolette Maury

How I Succeeded is a regular series on Lifehacker where we ask business leaders for the secrets and tactics behind their success. Today: Nicolette Maury from Intuit QuickBooks Online.

Most Small Businesses Aren't Taking Advantage Of Government Incentives

Australian small business owners are not making the most of Government incentives that could make their lives a little easier, according to a new survey. They also have a tendency to be self-reliant, preferring to tackle problems alone. Read on for more insights from the survey.

NAB Is Opening Its Data Vaults For Fintechs

NAB chief executive Andrew Thorburn says he will support moves to require banks to share customer data, a key requirement for fintechs to compete with the big players.

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