As we kick-off the new year, the right technology can help you get new customers, upsell to existing ones, expand your offering and improve efficiency so you have time to focus on what matters. Here are some tips on the technology that will have an immediate effect on your business.
When Jodie and Aaron Werth had the opportunity to purchase local business Gatton Betta Home Living, read how OBT was on hand to help pre, during and post-purchase.
Read why, for Plainland retirees Barry and Gail, having Financial Planners who are nearby and invested in their affairs is important.
Lockyer Valley retirees Glen and Marlene Reinke have been clients of Rodney Turner’s for some 30 years and they wouldn’t have it any other way.
For a start-up business that is only two years old, jAK & MO Taste Co has already made its mark on Gatton. Read why.
From the time Graeme Sheppard bought Soiltech Testing Services, he built a successful business with a renowned reputation and made sure his future planning had an exit strategy that included son Paul. Read how OBT were able to help with the succession from dad to son.
On 28 Oct 2017, the Australian Lottery and Newsagents Association’s QLD Awards for Excellence awarded OBT client Gatton Plaza Newspower the prestigious title of QLD Retail Newsagency of the Year.
The level of entrepreneurship emerging from our region is mind-blowing, especially so for OBT clients Nathan and Tess Hartnett from Mens Rings Online. Read why.
Suzanne and Peter re-cast their business processes with up-to-date accounting technology – the cloud – and OBT to get organised. They took a leap of faith and have come out all the better for it.
Toowoomba’s Pro Help turning staff absence into a thing of the past! OBT client Renee Ventaloro is spearheading a venture to revolutionise how both employers and employees manage workplace absenteeism, and it turns what we currently do on its head.