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Share your problems (and solutions) with our readers

HAVE you encountered a problem in your business and found a solution? WA Business News is looking for case studies to profile in our Growing Business section of the newspaper. If you own, run or are involved with a small-to-medium enterprise and you have a good example of how you overcame a difficulty or turned a threat into an opportunity, then we’d like to hear from you. Alternatively if you’ve run into an issue you can’t solve, give us a brief outline and, in confidence, we’ll ask the experts in the various associations we deal with to offer a solution through their regular weekly columns. We know that it’s not all glamour in business. Some of the most frustrating elements of running a business are the mundane or run-of-the-mill issues, which can grow into serious issues. We’d like you to tell us, and our readers, if and how you have solved or overcome: • bookkeeping or accounting crises; • HR dilemmas; • distribution issues; • security concerns; • sudden drops in sales; • defects in your product; • supply line difficulties; or • lack of market recognition. These are a just a few examples of regular problems or issues that may have beset your business. If you have a solution you’d care to share we would appreciate it, and so would many of the 65,000 fellow business people who read our paper each week. Just be prepared to tell the whole story and be in a photograph too. If you’d like to get in touch just email news@wabusinessnews.com.au and put the words ‘case study’ in the subject line. We look forward to hearing from you and all about your problem ... that you solved. And if you haven’t solved the problem, we’ll send it to our experts for their thoughts.

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