UK Tier 1 Visa available to entrepreneur teams

One of the immigration routes in to the United Kingdom that is often overlooked is the Tier 1 Entrepreneur immigration route that is available to entrepreneur teams.

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Britain looking to Commonwealth relationships in order to forge trading partnerships post-Brexit

As the UK Government looks for alternative trade partners in a post-Brexit world, countries like Australia in the Commonwealth are a good and obvious choice

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China, North Korea and trade the key talking points when Turnbull meets Trump

OPINION & ANALYSIS: Malcolm Turnbull will be relieved to have some time away from the Barnaby Joyce affair while he is in Washington.

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The pros and cons of setting up a branch office

Business owners must consider several things when expanding their venture into an offline brick-and-mortar location.

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Three highly successful entrepreneurs who left home to make it big

Sometimes you have to make a big leap to make it big in the world. Oftentimes, this includes leaving your native country for new opportunities across the globe.

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INFOGRAPHIC: Here’s exactly what Adani’s Carmichael coal mine means

OPINION & ANALYSIS: What the Adani Carmichael mine would mean for Queensland, Australia and the world if it goes ahead.

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How seriously should Australian SMEs take data protection?

OPINION & ANALYSIS: In the footsteps of Europe’s new General Data Protection Regulation, could Australia’s businesses be next in line for heavier data protection regulation? What might this mean for Australian SMEs?

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Three great tips business leaders can learn from introverts

There is a popular but inaccurate view that successful entrepreneurs are extroverts.

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Tony Abbott’s London speech is another salvo in the interminable climate policy war

OPINION & ANALYSIS: As Tony Abbott accepts another pat on the back from a roomful of climate deniers in London, we may wonder how long business interests in Australia will tolerate his wrecking, undermining and sniping.

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5 reasons why Australia is a good place start a business

THE LUCKY COUNTRY: If you have an innovative start-up idea, or have an existing business you want to bring to Oz, you could very well be in with a good chance of success.

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Australia’s Bunnings to create 1,000 new jobs in Britain as it accelerates expansion

Bunnings halted the planned closure of several Homebase stores a year ago, and is investing 500 million pounds to convert the entire Homebase estate to the Bunnings name and format in three years.

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UK Graduate Entrepreneur immigration FAQs answered

We have answered some of the most Frequently Asked Questions we receive on the Tier 1 Graduate Entrepreneur route to live and work in the UK. We hope to get the word out on this one!

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Anthony Pratt tops 2017 list of Australia’s richest people

The Australian Financial Review have released their 2017 rich list. Check out who made the top 10 and how many billions they are worth.

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UKForex rebrands to OFX, unifying a great Aussie success story

Popular international payments specialist continues group’s transition to a single brand, seeking to offer one global service with borderless payments.

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Airbnb hosts beware – it’s not just Centrelink using robo-debt systems

OPINION: Airbnb has had perhaps the most long-standing and significant influence in Australia, in most cases prior to any specific legislation being created to regulate it. And if trade and commerce are free of regulation, they are also free of government control, protection and taxation.

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