1. Buying into Business

    mivision | 26 November 2014

    Optometry Australia has seen an exciting new trend of young optometrists planning to own their own independent practice or buy into a private practice within the next five years. According to a representative study of 765 optometrists conducted by Optometry... Read More

  2. Managing Stock to Maximise Margins

    Colette Kinsella | 28 October 2014

    A well-managed stock position within your practice will deliver increased sales, cashflow and profitability. Understanding how to manage inventory then, is essential to the success of your business. There’s no doubt that across any one financial year,... Read More

  3. The Amnesty Factor

    John Lees | 28 October 2014

    A service promise to customers is the equivalent of a story delivered via a theatrical or film production. In the world of performing arts, the story is not only the start of success or failure, it is the basis upon which all of the cast must play their... Read More

  4. Hylo – The Systematic Approach to Eye Lubrication

    mivision | 28 October 2014

    Hylo-Fresh and Hylo-Forte eye drops provide a systematic approach for dry eye treatment. The unique Comod multi-dose application system delivers at least 300 drops per bottle, and, according to the manufacturer, ensures completely sterile medication without... Read More

  5. Using the ABC Factor to Advantage

    John Lees | 26 September 2014

    ‘The ABC factor’ is the only way to fight price competition and rise to the highest level of service. Everyone knows, or should know, that ‘price’ is a key factor in business, so we shouldn’t blame customers for choosing lower... Read More

  6. Zeiss Cataract Suite Markerless

    mivision | 23 August 2014

    According to Zeiss “the Zeiss Cataract Suite Markerless combines biometry and visualisation during surgery, enabling surgeons to perform simple implantation and alignment of toric IOLs. Beginning with the IOLMaster 500, a reference image is captured... Read More

  7. Investment Properties that Pay

    Michael Fuller | 23 August 2014

    Cash flow positive properties are often hard to come by and in many cases appear too good to be true. So it begs the question, do cash flow positive properties really exist and if so, just how attainable are they? Cash flow positive properties do exist and... Read More

  8. Rodenstock: The ‘Complete Package’

    Melanie Kell | 23 August 2014

    Rodenstock is one of the world’s leading suppliers of lenses yet in Australia the company’s market share is relatively small. Optometrists and optical dispensers have tended to select Rodenstock lenses as a solution to complex patient needs, and... Read More

  9. Building Sustainable Eyecare with Social...

    Stephanie Looi and Sebastian Fellhauer | 29 July 2014

    Social entrepreneurship may be a solution to building and sustaining health care services in developing communities Poverty and health care in developing communities sometimes seems unmanageable and the interventions and funding models employed don’t... Read More

  10. Earn $100K or More in Retirement

    Michael Fuller | 23 June 2014

    For most of us, retirement seems a lifetime away (and with moves to increase the retirement age to 70, it’s even further away for those born after 1965). But, one day, you will retire. Surprisingly, only 4.5 per cent of Australians will live on a... Read More

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