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Summer Series: Marketing guru's top tips

A good marketing strategy can be the key to a successful business. Michael Griffiths of My Small Business Marketing Guru shares his top tips on the most effective ways to promote your services.

  • AQUA II dividing opinion AQUA II dividing opinion (views 4456)

    The Australian Securities Exchange's new AQUA II platform has received a mixed reception from financial institutions. On this week's Wealth Professional TV we speak to Matt Lawler of Yellow Brick Road and Connie McKeage of OneVue for their opinions.

  • Businesses urged to be vigilant against employee fraud Businesses urged to be vigilant against employee fraud (views 3729)

    Concerns were raised last week that many businesses are leaving themselves open to the potential of employees behaving fraudulently, with potentially very costly implications. On this week’s Wealth Professional TV we speak to Leo Tutt of William Buck and Joanna Bird of ASIC for their advice.

  • DIY investors need not worry advisers DIY investors need not worry advisers (views 2588)

    The self-directed market has been attracting increasing concern but should advisers really be worried? On this week’s Wealth Professional TV we speak to OneVue’s Connie McKeage who believes DIY investors should be seen as holding exciting opportunities instead of as a threat.

  • White Paper begins tackling underinsurance issue White Paper begins tackling underinsurance issue (views 3182)

    With the release of it's new White Paper; 'The Value of Protection', the AFA has partnered with BT to first try to understand and then ultimately address negative perceptions of the life insurance claims process. Brad Fox, AFA CEO, believes that this white paper is vital in beginning to rectify Australia's huge underinsurance problem.

  • Stay educated, stay ahead. Stay educated, stay ahead. (views 2517)

    On a busy adviser's list of priorities professional education can often fall to the bottom, however, Brian Knight of Kaplan Professional Education insists that advisers need to keep addressing gaps in their knowledge.

  • Specialisation, education and technology key to year ahead Specialisation, education and technology key to year ahead (views 2434)

    As the end of the financial year fast approaches, advisers must look ahead to what changes and improvements can be made in the coming year. On this weeks' Wealth Professional TV we catch up with Ben Kingsley of Empower Wealth and Graeme Colley of SPAA for their insights into things to come.

  • Growing need to attract more female advisers Growing need to attract more female advisers (views 3277)

    Discussion around the gender imbalance in financial services is a mainstay on the agenda. However, with a growing number of women in the space, many believe the industry should be doing more to attract female advisers.

  • Convergence of financial service roles to be seen as an opportunity Convergence of financial service roles to be seen as an opportunity (views 3148)

    Financial services in 2013 is seeing the broking and planning professions increasingly converge. This week Wealth Professional caught up with Mark Woolnough of ING Direct for his insights into how this convergence can produce opportunities for planners.

  • Budget 2013-14: What advisers need to know Budget 2013-14: What advisers need to know (views 3368)

    The 2013-14 Budget was announced by Treasurer Wayne Swan on Tuesday night, and as the dust settles for another year, there are mixed feelings on just how financial services will be affected.