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If you are just starting out in business, then you need to be either first, best or different. Leah Grant explains how to find your place in your industry

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Business is all about risk - and managing it. This week's guaranteed-under-two-minute-read has tips and tools to help you tread the fine line between sticking your head out and getting it lopped off.

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Entering a business award programme is a great way to earn profile and credibility for your small business. With just 30 days left till The David Awards close this year, there's no time like the present to get your entry in. Entries close 12 August 2016.

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Starting or running a small or home business naturally involves an element of risk. For those who are risk averse (and Kiwis are notoriously so), Bill Treasurer suggests determining whether the risk is worthwhile, is a matter of perspective.

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If you are discounting your prices, the chances are you are the one who is missing out, says Jane Francis

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If creating a good web site is so easy, how come so few people get it right? Barry Ekins gives some pointers to help you stay on track

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The most common question Sam Cherry gets asked by clients is a simple one, with a not so simple answer: Where is my money? He explains how you can go about tracking the cash down in your business.

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The benefits of having a mentor are undeniable: 96%of executives in Fortune 500 companies credited mentoring as an important development tool. But how do you go about getting a mentor? Bill Treasurer suggests you find and evaluate a mentor of you very own - and he explains how.

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Rights of consumers when purchasing goods are hopefully well known by now. A common mistake from retailers though is thinking that these consumer rights can be excluded in certain cases such as on sale items or samples. Incorrectly trying to exclude consumer rights can lead to a fine being imposed. Allister Doo sheds some light on what can be a confusing area of consumer law.

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Some people will be familiar with the story about how American Marcus Sheridan turned his swimming pool company around during the recession by cancelling his annual advertising spend of $250k to less than a tenth of that.

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