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Tuesday 21 February

By Oliver Milman
Tuesday, 21 February 2012

Oliver MilmanToday on StartupSmart, we look at how the increasing numbers of mothers who start-up from home can strike the right balance between business and family life.

 


While seven in ten Australian women, according to a recent study, are keen to start-up after becoming mothers, many struggle with the demands of building a scalable business.

Today, we speak to some of Australia’s busiest mumpreneurs to get their top five tips on how to ensure your business and family lives can dovetail harmoniously.

Elsewhere, mentor Brad Callaughan explains how much time you should put aside to meet your tax obligations and we profile The Kind Cleaner, an Adelaide-based start-up that is aiming to provide an eco twist to the traditional cleaning business model.

Finally, there is still time to enter the 2012 StartupSmart Awards, which will recognise the best up-and-coming Aussie businesses. For more information on how to be in the running for a prize worth $10,000, click here.

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