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Key findings from the APAC small business survey

With Interest

Release Date: 03/26/2024

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CPA Australia's 15th annual Asia-Pacific Small Business Survey reveals extensive data on small business challenges across the region. 

This episode dissects the survey’s findings and delves into the issues faced by businesses in 11 diverse markets, including India, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Mainland China and Hong Kong. 

With input from more than 4,200 business owners and senior managers from companies with less than 20 employees, the survey offers invaluable information for you and your organisation. 

Tune in now to gain essential insights for your small business.

Host: Simon Downes, External Affairs Lead, CPA Australia

Guest: Gavan Ord, Senior Manager Business and Investment Policy, CPA Australia

Download CPA Australia's 15th annual Asia-Pacific Small Business Survey and discover valuable insights. 

CPA Australia publishes four podcasts, providing commentary and thought leadership across business, finance, and accounting: 

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