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The Small Business Association of Australia (SBAA) today announced a sponsorship agreement with MOVOX Pty Ltd (MOVOX). The agreement provides 60,000 small business members and other stakeholders with access to MOVOX’s cloud-based voice, video, fax and messaging solutions.
The SBAA’s Founder and CEO, Anne Nalder said: “This is an important and timely alliance for SBAA and our members. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused most businesses throughout Australia to reassess their communications and those who have employees working from home continue to explore ways to communicate effectively and efficiently with colleagues, suppliers and customers.
MOVOX’s cloud-based phone, fax and messaging products and services will assist our members to adapt their communications for greater productivity now and into the future.”
MOVOX Managing Director, Rohan Doyle, said: “We’re proud to sponsor the Small Business Association of Australia and to offer members support and advice when it comes to implementing a work from home communications solution. MOVOX’s products and services are the ideal solution for small business. We have products that can be implemented immediately which are designed to enable a workforce to operate from home as if they were in the office.”
About Small Business Association of Australia
The SBAA provides the support, advice, opportunity and advocacy Micro, Small and Medium Sized Enterprise (MSME) need to thrive in today’s economy.
As well as being the voice of MSME’s, advocating for their rights and getting important issues in front of federal and state governments, regulators and authorities, the SBAA also provides members with access to a range of quality programs, services, technology, education and trade missions ensuring they have the best chance to succeed.
With around 97% of all businesses in Australia being small businesses; 88% are micro businesses, thus the health of our economy is directly dependant on the health of our MSMEs.
Working with government and relevant departments and authorities, it’s SBAA’s mission to create a fertile, nurturing environment that encourages these entrepreneurs and allows them to grow.