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Hybrid trusts for capital growth and income assets

A hybrid trust is a particular type of trust that combines the best elements of a discretionary trust and a unit trust in the one entity.

Trade shows and exhibitions

A trade show or exhibition is an exhibition organised so that companies in a specific industry can showcase and demonstrate their latest products and services.

Home unit companies have reduced annual return fees

Home unit companies are a type of special-purpose company and subject to a reduced annual return fee of $55.

The pros and cons of tendering

Tendering, and winning the contract, is attractive for companies as contracts put out for tender are generally large, and they provide reliable work and income for the winner for many years.

Increase sales with Sponsorship

Increase your sales with Sponsorship. Sponsorship can be defined as supporting a person or entity in one way or another as part of a business strategy. 

The benefits of providing service guarantees

A service guarantee is a marketing tool used to reduce consumer risk perceptions, signal quality, and differentiate a service offering.

Cost vs benefit of a foundation as a business structure

Foundations are legal structures set up by some not-for-profit organisations to raise funds, hold funds and distributing funds (following the rules of the foundation).

Increase your sales with sales training

Sales training aims to improve the salesperson's effectiveness when dealing with a potential customer by enhancing their product knowledge, communication and presentation skills.

Increase sales through referral marketing

Referral marketing is a method of generating business from new customers through referrals from established customers and other stakeholders.

Farm discretionary trust

Farm discretionary trusts are used to acquire land for primary production while also providing flexibility so the property can eventually be transferred to other family members.

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