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WELCOME TO THE SMALL BUSINESS
ASSOCIATON OF AUSTRALIA

Launching your own business is never easy.

It is like starting a new chapter in your life. And to start a new chapter, sometimes, you have to take a leap of faith and get out of your comfort zone. For some of us, doing these things is not exactly easy. But what if there is someone to lend you a helping hand and offer you solid support as you navigate your way towards becoming a successful and prolific business owner?

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Kevin Nice Telecommunication Specialist

Ian Howard

Craig Tschirpig Accountant and Financial Adviser

James Stoke Commercial Lawyer

Leigh Bernhardt Industrial Relations Specialist

Ken Khatib online marketing and web development

Kira Duff Media, Communication and Events Assistant

Belinda Wilson Business Manager

David Power SBAA Strategist

Lionel Barden SBAA Policy Chair

Anne Nalder CEO and Founder

Dear Anne, It has been a great pleasure to be introduced to you five years ago. Your first impression to me is your advocacy attitude and knowledge about the protocol of small business in Australia. Your organizational ability is well demonstrated in each of the events and meetings coordinated by your organization under your strong stewardship. You have been very supportive to our Australia-China Chamber of CEO Inc by squeezing your invaluable time to attend our strategic partners’ meetings and events. Australia-China Chamber of CEO Inc is very much appreciative of your role in ACCCEO as the Advisor of the Small Business. Looking forward to more collaborations and support with yourself and your organization to Australia China Chamber of CEO Inc as well as my personal business Holiday International Golden Travel. Yours sincerely, Sally Chung Executive Vice-Chairman Australia-China Chamber of CEO Inc

Sally Chung Executive Vice Chairman of Australia – China Chamber of CEO Inc

“Small Business Association Australia is an active and progressive organisation seeking positive change for the betterment of small businesses everywhere. Founder Anne Nalder is making a real difference because she understands what owners must endure to become established and successful businesses. She is a genuine advocate of their cause in recognition of the essential contribution they make to our economy which is often overlooked – we need more ‘doers’ like Anne!”

Colin Coverdale Small Business Strategist, Opportune NFP Limited

It is essential that small business has a voice at a national level so specific concerns are raised. A concentrated focus on solid outcomes will make a difference, thanks to SBAA.

Paula Brand Small Businss Networking Events and Expo Owner

Today we are rebiulding our business and the future looks very bright all thanks to the support of the “Small Business Association of Australia”

Nic Dirubbo Marlborough Park

How Can We Help?

The Small Business Association of Australia (SBAA), understands how challenging it is to start your own business. This is one of the things that continues to motivate us to provide support and assistance to owners of small and medium enterprises or SMEs to help them succeed in their chosen endeavour.

The Small Business Association of Australia is one of the fastest growing and widely recognised organisations in the country specialising in supporting and advocating for the SME. We firmly believe that SMEs are making significant contributions to the growth of the national economy and are a vital component of Australia’s future. We continually see that owners of small and medium-sized businesses are not receiving the support and recognition they deserve, so we have taken up the challenge to help them in every way we can.

Setting up a small business in Australia is challenging at best, but with the assistance of SBAA, SMEs can grow and secure their future.

Better educate business owners.

We believe that education and knowledge are key ingredients of a successful business, so apart from organising networking events, we also host educational events and learning programs for our members. We provide various learning resources and tools to help members enrich their knowledge of running a successful enterprise.

Connect and Establish Strong Working Relationships with Like-Minded People.

SBAA regularly organise networking events that will enable members to connect and foster relationships with other business owners on a local, national, and international level.

Be Heard

SBAA serves as the “voice” of SMEs by expressing their concerns to the government. We also seek the assistance of key stakeholders on their behalf to encourage policymakers to create economic policies that will benefit and help SMEs. The launch of the SBAA Think Tank focuses on the fields of research, education, policy, and practice for small business in Australia.





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Family Business Association #business #careers

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Mission Statement / Who we Are

The Family Business Association is the leading independent, non-profit organization serving family business enterprises. It provides educational programming and a forum for these businesses to collaboratively exchange knowledge and experience. The Family Business Association is dedicated to the recognition and implementation of best business practices and ethical standards among these enterprises.

It takes hard work, determination and persistence for a family business to succeed. It also means being willing to take risks. Family businesses face the same tough challenges every other business endures but they also encounter a unique set of personal and professional challenges that non-family businesses could never imagine.

Despite these obstacles, family businesses power Massachusetts economic engine and are the backbone of the United States economy. Family businesses provide significant employment opportunities, revenue generation, economic growth, and are also traditionally active within their local communities.

FBA Events

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Model articles of association for limited companies – Detailed guidance #business #investment

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Model articles of association for limited companies

Contents

Amendments to model articles

The model articles were amended by the Mental Health (Discrimination) Act 2013 on 28 April 2013 to remove the provision for terminating a director’s appointment on grounds of mental health. This provision could be found in:

  • paragraph 18(e) of the model articles for private companies limited by shares or by guarantee
  • paragraph 22(e) of the model articles for public companies

You don’t have to remove the provision if it’s in your articles, but you can do so by amending your articles or by adopting the newer model articles.

Which versions apply

The latest model articles apply by default to all private and public limited companies incorporated on or after 28 April 2013.

The older model articles continue to apply by default to all companies incorporated between 1 October 2009 and 27 April 2013 (inclusive).

Table A

Table A is the name given to the prescribed format for articles of association of a company limited by shares under the Companies Act 1985 and earlier legislation.

When a company limited by shares was incorporated, it didn’t need to file articles if it used ‘Table A’ as its articles. If you want to see the regulations that govern the management of the company, you’ll need to refer to the relevant ‘Table A’ – the version which was in force at the date of the company’s incorporation.

Later versions of ‘Table A’ don’t affect a company registered before the new versions took effect.

The first prescribed format, made in The Joint Stock Companies Act, 1856, were called ‘Table B’, because they were preceded by a form of Memorandum of Association called ‘Form A’.

The articles were first called ‘Table A’ in The Companies Act 1862 and the naming convention continued for the acts which followed.

List of Table A

The following are versions of ‘Table A’ prescribed by:

Disclaimer

The ‘Table A’ documents provided above have been reproduced from the original published Acts, Order or Instruments listed above and are correct to the best of our knowledge. Companies House accepts no responsibility for any errors or omissions. Reliance should be placed solely on the relevant legislation as published by Office of Public Sector Information .

Published: 21 November 2014 Updated: 3 March 2015

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3 March 2015 11:46am Welsh translation added 12 December 2014 12:30pm Updated with information and access to Table A. 21 November 2014 1:34pm First published.





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WELCOME TO THE SMALL BUSINESS
ASSOCIATON OF AUSTRALIA

Launching your own business is never easy.

It is like starting a new chapter in your life. And to start a new chapter, sometimes, you have to take a leap of faith and get out of your comfort zone. For some of us, doing these things is not exactly easy. But what if there is someone to lend you a helping hand and offer you solid support as you navigate your way towards becoming a successful and prolific business owner?

Created with Snap

Kevin Nice Telecommunication Specialist

Ian Howard

Craig Tschirpig Accountant and Financial Adviser

James Stoke Commercial Lawyer

Leigh Bernhardt Industrial Relations Specialist

Ken Khatib online marketing and web development

Kira Duff Media, Communication and Events Assistant

Belinda Wilson Business Manager

David Power SBAA Strategist

Lionel Barden SBAA Policy Chair

Anne Nalder CEO and Founder

Dear Anne, It has been a great pleasure to be introduced to you five years ago. Your first impression to me is your advocacy attitude and knowledge about the protocol of small business in Australia. Your organizational ability is well demonstrated in each of the events and meetings coordinated by your organization under your strong stewardship. You have been very supportive to our Australia-China Chamber of CEO Inc by squeezing your invaluable time to attend our strategic partners’ meetings and events. Australia-China Chamber of CEO Inc is very much appreciative of your role in ACCCEO as the Advisor of the Small Business. Looking forward to more collaborations and support with yourself and your organization to Australia China Chamber of CEO Inc as well as my personal business Holiday International Golden Travel. Yours sincerely, Sally Chung Executive Vice-Chairman Australia-China Chamber of CEO Inc

Sally Chung Executive Vice Chairman of Australia – China Chamber of CEO Inc

“Small Business Association Australia is an active and progressive organisation seeking positive change for the betterment of small businesses everywhere. Founder Anne Nalder is making a real difference because she understands what owners must endure to become established and successful businesses. She is a genuine advocate of their cause in recognition of the essential contribution they make to our economy which is often overlooked – we need more ‘doers’ like Anne!”

Colin Coverdale Small Business Strategist, Opportune NFP Limited

It is essential that small business has a voice at a national level so specific concerns are raised. A concentrated focus on solid outcomes will make a difference, thanks to SBAA.

Paula Brand Small Businss Networking Events and Expo Owner

Today we are rebiulding our business and the future looks very bright all thanks to the support of the “Small Business Association of Australia”

Nic Dirubbo Marlborough Park

How Can We Help?

The Small Business Association of Australia (SBAA), understands how challenging it is to start your own business. This is one of the things that continues to motivate us to provide support and assistance to owners of small and medium enterprises or SMEs to help them succeed in their chosen endeavour.

The Small Business Association of Australia is one of the fastest growing and widely recognised organisations in the country specialising in supporting and advocating for the SME. We firmly believe that SMEs are making significant contributions to the growth of the national economy and are a vital component of Australia’s future. We continually see that owners of small and medium-sized businesses are not receiving the support and recognition they deserve, so we have taken up the challenge to help them in every way we can.

Setting up a small business in Australia is challenging at best, but with the assistance of SBAA, SMEs can grow and secure their future.

Better educate business owners.

We believe that education and knowledge are key ingredients of a successful business, so apart from organising networking events, we also host educational events and learning programs for our members. We provide various learning resources and tools to help members enrich their knowledge of running a successful enterprise.

Connect and Establish Strong Working Relationships with Like-Minded People.

SBAA regularly organise networking events that will enable members to connect and foster relationships with other business owners on a local, national, and international level.

Be Heard

SBAA serves as the “voice” of SMEs by expressing their concerns to the government. We also seek the assistance of key stakeholders on their behalf to encourage policymakers to create economic policies that will benefit and help SMEs. The launch of the SBAA Think Tank focuses on the fields of research, education, policy, and practice for small business in Australia.





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    Mission Statement / Who we Are

    The Family Business Association is the leading independent, non-profit organization serving family business enterprises. It provides educational programming and a forum for these businesses to collaboratively exchange knowledge and experience. The Family Business Association is dedicated to the recognition and implementation of best business practices and ethical standards among these enterprises.

    It takes hard work, determination and persistence for a family business to succeed. It also means being willing to take risks. Family businesses face the same tough challenges every other business endures but they also encounter a unique set of personal and professional challenges that non-family businesses could never imagine.

    Despite these obstacles, family businesses power Massachusetts economic engine and are the backbone of the United States economy. Family businesses provide significant employment opportunities, revenue generation, economic growth, and are also traditionally active within their local communities.

    FBA Events

    Sponsors





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    Model articles of association for limited companies – Detailed guidance #hot #new #business #ideas

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    Model articles of association for limited companies

    Contents

    Amendments to model articles

    The model articles were amended by the Mental Health (Discrimination) Act 2013 on 28 April 2013 to remove the provision for terminating a director’s appointment on grounds of mental health. This provision could be found in:

    • paragraph 18(e) of the model articles for private companies limited by shares or by guarantee
    • paragraph 22(e) of the model articles for public companies

    You don’t have to remove the provision if it’s in your articles, but you can do so by amending your articles or by adopting the newer model articles.

    Which versions apply

    The latest model articles apply by default to all private and public limited companies incorporated on or after 28 April 2013.

    The older model articles continue to apply by default to all companies incorporated between 1 October 2009 and 27 April 2013 (inclusive).

    Table A

    Table A is the name given to the prescribed format for articles of association of a company limited by shares under the Companies Act 1985 and earlier legislation.

    When a company limited by shares was incorporated, it didn’t need to file articles if it used ‘Table A’ as its articles. If you want to see the regulations that govern the management of the company, you’ll need to refer to the relevant ‘Table A’ – the version which was in force at the date of the company’s incorporation.

    Later versions of ‘Table A’ don’t affect a company registered before the new versions took effect.

    The first prescribed format, made in The Joint Stock Companies Act, 1856, were called ‘Table B’, because they were preceded by a form of Memorandum of Association called ‘Form A’.

    The articles were first called ‘Table A’ in The Companies Act 1862 and the naming convention continued for the acts which followed.

    List of Table A

    The following are versions of ‘Table A’ prescribed by:

    Disclaimer

    The ‘Table A’ documents provided above have been reproduced from the original published Acts, Order or Instruments listed above and are correct to the best of our knowledge. Companies House accepts no responsibility for any errors or omissions. Reliance should be placed solely on the relevant legislation as published by Office of Public Sector Information .

    Published: 21 November 2014 Updated: 3 March 2015

    + full page history

    3 March 2015 11:46am Welsh translation added 12 December 2014 12:30pm Updated with information and access to Table A. 21 November 2014 1:34pm First published.





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    HBS Alumni Angels Association #free #business #checking

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    Welcome to the Harvard Business School Alumni Angels Association

    Dear club members and fellow HBS alumni:

    Welcome to the website of the Harvard Business School Alumni Angels Association. We are working with the School to introduce some new features and functionality to the site, and you may notice some changes in our communications and registration process during the transition period.

    We are part of a global clubs network comprised of 108 clubs in 49 countries. The Club’s purpose is to:

    • Advance the mutual welfare of Harvard Business School and its alumni
    • Provide opportunities for alumni to remain connected to the School and each other
    • Encourage life-long learning, intellectual enrichment, career development, community service, and social events through a variety programs and events
    • Provide opportunities for alumni to meet and serve as advocates, helping to promote and elevate the stature of the School within the community through Club programming
    • Attract the world’s most talented individuals to Harvard Business School

    Please ensure that your HBS contact info and profile is up to date so that you receive all the events notifications and other communications. You can update your information by editing your alumni profile.

    All officers and board members are volunteers and we work hard to bring value to the HBS community. In order to make the Club a success we need your support both in attending events and in providing active support. We are always interested in hearing from alumni who would like to play an active role in the life of the Club – organizing events, providing sponsorship or offering venues for events, or suggesting new areas of interest, topical subjects and speakers.

    We hope you will join us at a Harvard Business School Alumni Angels Association event in the near future.





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    Georgia Association of Business Brokers #harvard #business #press

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    Welcome to GABB.org
    The Georgia Association of Business Brokers

    GABB is a professional membership organization committed to professionalism in the business brokerage industry. GABB members relentlessly pursue professional development so they can render superior, ethical services for all customers and clients.

    To learn more about how we can help you, please click on a link at the bottom of this page.

    Latest Blog Posts

    The decision to buy an international business is no doubt quite serious. There are numerous factors that must be taken into consideration when [Read More. ]

    Matt Kempner, the AJC’s sometimes irreverent business columnist, will speak to the GABB on Aug. 30 about how the news media covers business. The Aug. [Read More. ]

    ATLANTA-A severe lack of investment, especially in technology, explains why gross domestic product (GDP) growth has stalled, according to Rajeev [Read More. ]

    The GABB usually meets on the last Tuesday of every month.

    Upcoming GABB Meeting Dates

    Sept. 27-Fall Conference,
    Oct. 25-Members Only, Nov. 29

    The monthly meeting begins at 10:30 a.m. and is preceded at 9:45 a.m. by a free light breakfast and networking session. There is networking with coffee and pastries from about 9:45 to 10:30 and the meeting will last from about 10:30 to somewhere between 11:30 and noon.

    Our meetings begin with guest and member introductions of name, company and what you do, not a networking or elevator minute. After introductions, we have about a 30-minute presentation by either a panel or a speaker and then some time for questions. After the presentation we’ll have a few items of association business and then adjourn the meeting.

    There is no cost to attend and there are two parking decks available with free parking adjacent to the facility. Please bring your parking ticket to the meeting for validation.

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    Model articles of association for limited companies – Detailed guidance #entrepreneur #ideas

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    Model articles of association for limited companies

    Contents

    Amendments to model articles

    The model articles were amended by the Mental Health (Discrimination) Act 2013 on 28 April 2013 to remove the provision for terminating a director’s appointment on grounds of mental health. This provision could be found in:

    • paragraph 18(e) of the model articles for private companies limited by shares or by guarantee
    • paragraph 22(e) of the model articles for public companies

    You don’t have to remove the provision if it’s in your articles, but you can do so by amending your articles or by adopting the newer model articles.

    Which versions apply

    The latest model articles apply by default to all private and public limited companies incorporated on or after 28 April 2013.

    The older model articles continue to apply by default to all companies incorporated between 1 October 2009 and 27 April 2013 (inclusive).

    Table A

    Table A is the name given to the prescribed format for articles of association of a company limited by shares under the Companies Act 1985 and earlier legislation.

    When a company limited by shares was incorporated, it didn’t need to file articles if it used ‘Table A’ as its articles. If you want to see the regulations that govern the management of the company, you’ll need to refer to the relevant ‘Table A’ – the version which was in force at the date of the company’s incorporation.

    Later versions of ‘Table A’ don’t affect a company registered before the new versions took effect.

    The first prescribed format, made in The Joint Stock Companies Act, 1856, were called ‘Table B’, because they were preceded by a form of Memorandum of Association called ‘Form A’.

    The articles were first called ‘Table A’ in The Companies Act 1862 and the naming convention continued for the acts which followed.

    List of Table A

    The following are versions of ‘Table A’ prescribed by:

    Disclaimer

    The ‘Table A’ documents provided above have been reproduced from the original published Acts, Order or Instruments listed above and are correct to the best of our knowledge. Companies House accepts no responsibility for any errors or omissions. Reliance should be placed solely on the relevant legislation as published by Office of Public Sector Information .

    Published: 21 November 2014 Updated: 3 March 2015

    + full page history

    3 March 2015 11:46am Welsh translation added 12 December 2014 12:30pm Updated with information and access to Table A. 21 November 2014 1:34pm First published.





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