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Restructure & Turnaround Resource Centre

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Are there financial or operational aspects that are limiting the success of your company? Choose from our wide range of articles to understand how to effectively implement a restructure and turnaround. There may be an opportunity for you to get back on the right path and return to a position of financial strength.

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Business Restructuring for Success: Knowing Your Options

Running a business requires constant input, a clear vision of your current direction and the environment in which you operate, as well as a keen eye for challenges on the horizon.

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When Should a Business Restructure be Considered?

As your business grows or changes, you may decide to make it more efficient with a restructure.

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The Guide to Business Restructure

After restructuring, your business should become more profitable, organised and strategic – but only if you do it right.

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How to Manage Your Business Operations Restructure

Business restructuring is often used by distressed businesses to overcome their financial and operational issues in order to return to profitability and growth.

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Guide to Business Restructure and Turnaround for a Struggling Business

There are a number of strategies for turning around a failing business. From restructuring and turnaround advice to marketing and business plan, know the different options available to you.

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10 Reasons New Businesses Don’t Survive

The stats for new business failures vary depending on the source. According to the Parliament of Australia, 56% of non-employing businesses operating in Australia in June 2010 were still operating in 2014.