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Growing your business

There are always opportunities for a business to develop and grow. At ANZ, we can help guide you through what's important and what to avoid when you're thinking about business development.


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These articles can help you grow your business.

Supporting your business lifecycle through lending

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Lending doesn’t just help in the tough times, it can also be instrumental in transitioning from one business life stage to the next.

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Funding for your business

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A lack of funds will limit your business’ performance. That’s why we’ve put together some approaches to help you decide how to source funding for your business.

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Using independent sales reps to grow your business

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When looking to grow your business, hiring independent sales representatives may benefit your growth, as these employees often have access and connections to the businesses or types of customers you want to target.

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Tapping into industry subsidies when setting up offshore

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If you’re considering setting up offshore, it’s important to consider how you can leverage offshore resources to leverage industry subsidies and reduce your start-up costs.

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Using the government export credit agency (EFIC)

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As an exporter operating in the current market, you may be concerned about currency fluctuations or events that can cause your buyers to delay payments, or worse, not pay at all.

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The four Cs of credit: What are banks looking for?

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The fours Cs of credit are a common set of principles that banks and lenders consider when assessing business loan applications.

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Using your accounting software to get a faster business loan

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The accounting platform that you use every day could be the key to taking your business to the next level.

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Planning for your business

Planning is an ongoing process, especially in uncertain times. At ANZ, we can help you outline the next steps for your business so you can continue to move forward.

Forecasting your cash flow

Being able to estimate and project cash coming in and out of your business is important for managing your business operations today and into the future.

Improving your cash flow

Running a business smoothly means managing cash flow effectively. Being proactive with forecasting can help protect your business.

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