Young entrepreneurs drive small business future in Asia-Pacific: survey
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Description:Expect their local economy to grow in the next 12 months On the key measure of innovation, only 5 per cent of Australian small businesses definitely expect to introduce a new product to their market in This compares with 48 per cent of small businesses in Indonesia, 31 per cent in Vietnam, 29 per cent in Mainland China, 26 per cent in Malaysia, 15 per cent in Hong Kong, 11 per cent in New Zealand and 9 per cent in Singapore. He says the survey results are a wake-up call to government to ensure the policy settings in place actually support small businesses to innovate, embrace the digital economy and grow. Businesses reported that increasing costs, such as staff costs and rent, plus increasing competition had a detrimental effect on their operations in Businesses in Asia were more likely to see increasing competition as a threat and this, with stronger business confidence and the changing demand associated with a fast growing middle class may explain their greater focus on innovation, says the survey.