Monday 19 December

Oliver MilmanToday on StartupSmart, we explore how a business can morph from a solo operator to a partnership model and flourish.

Finance firm Primewealth is set for $4.25 million revenue this financial year, despite going through a restructure not once but twice.

Founder Christian Borkowski’s first re-jig was fairly seamless but the second revamp saw the business essentially start from scratch again. Today, he explains how he did it.

Elsewhere, mentor Graeme McCormack explains how you should go about franchising your business and Alan Hargreaves reviews the pick of this month’s business books, just in time for Christmas.

Finally, we have a pre-Christmas treat with a free eBook containing a selection of Taskmaster’s top marketing tips. You can download it here.

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