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Date: 01/05/2016

We start the program this month by asking Graham Andrewartha whether we have prepared the next generation well enough as the baby boomers begin to retire.

We start the program this month with Professor Neville Norman’s suppositions on the early-than-expected federal Budget and what it might mean for small business.

Also this month, we speak with the new small business ombudsman, Kate Carnell, on her responsibilities and the task in front of her.  Entrepreneur and CEO of The Entourage, Jack Delosa, talks about his passion for education, but not the formal and institutionalised concept we’re so used to. CT Johnson returns to offer practical advice on exporting to the biggest overseas market for our goods and services.

We uncover new technology which is shaking up the real estate market. It’s called followit, as advisor and tech expert Chris Adams explains. Also, we hear from two regulars. First, tax advisor Michael Jones of Cummings Flavel McCormack examines the guidelines around the borrowing rules for self-managed super funds.  Then, Lincoln Stock Doctor’s Elio D’Amato gives us lessons on the collapse of materials company, Arrium.

We bring you the success story of Emma and Ben Stallworthy’s Pinnacle Health Club brand of fitness gyms, and how they have had to continually implement different strategies to stay ahead of the game. And we finish the program with Darrell Hardidge of SAGUITY, who insists the very hard work of fantastic customer service pays off fantastically.

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