Start-ups across Australia are seeing success, it’s time to get educated and get in the game.
The Australian business market is doing well, there’s no denying it. We are ranked as the world’s 13th largest economy and the 9th in highest per capita income.
Australia’s start-ups are scattered across the country, however it’s obvious that our larger cities will be home to most of the new businesses. Sydney has 35% of Australia’s start-ups, with Melbourne being home to 14% and Brisbane 9%. (Forbes)
Now could be your shot, to be your own boss, and make it into the Australian entrepreneurial scene.
According to Zack Weisfield’s comments in Forbes, culture is a big component in a start-up company and ours is apparently ‘ripe for change’. Weisfield says we are attempting to counteract tall poppy syndrome amongst business owners, and become a united community of entrepreneurs.
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” I loved this training because of the flexibility it gave and the up to date knowledge in the industry. I work in the business industry and as I was completing the course things I had learnt became a part of my work. Simone Dawson was great” – Elizabeth
“The new knowledge and skills I learned. The help provided by instructors
How? Do I hear you ask?
National Training has phenomenal business programs, including a Diploma and Certificate of Business. These will ease you into your new life as an entrepreneur and the best thing is you can do it from home. National Training courses are entirely online, leaving you more time to map out your brand and start making your dream happen.
Now is the perfect time to get in the game, with the government investing in start-ups through tax incentives and support programs.
The difference you can make could be incredible, the more passionate you are about your business, the higher your chance of success, and that advice is coming from Forbes.