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We have been appointed as the Media and PR Agency to the premier advocacy group in the country for small business – the Small Business Association of Australia (SBAA).

SBAA is dedicated to getting a better deal for the SMEs (small and medium enterprises), through supporting and advocating for the sector and helping businesses connect, grow and prosper in the market place.

Acting as a voice to government and aligning with key stakeholders to work together on better economic policy for SMEs, the SBAA is supported by both small and big businesses, government and other key organisations making it one of the fastest growing business organisation in the country.

M10 Collective’s, Emma Bain, believes that the SBAA’s mandate is critical to small businesses across the nation, including her own.

“As an agency, we are proud to be able to provide amplification through PR of the SBAA’s important work, especially as we are an SME ourselves,” she said.

“Anne Nalder and her team are leading the way in small business advocacy, giving a voice to the ‘engine room’ of the Australian economy.”

Delivering networking and educational events, helping members both locally, nationally and internationally connect and build working relationships with each other, the SBAA will host The Summit 2017 – to be held on May 30-31 at Southern Cross University, Gold Coast.

The Summit will engage with key stakeholders, government, and business owners who will all have a say at the workshops with outcomes that will be the blueprint for better understanding and policy making for SMEs, including the history making launch of the Small Business Charter of Australia.

The goals of The Summit and the Charter are to see better delivery of good and sound policies relating to SMEs, a better understanding of SMEs by policy makers, less red tape and an economic plan that will provide a fairer level playing field for SMEs.

All media enquiry for the SBAA can be directed to Peta-Jayne Habner – or Erin Bombell

For more information on The Summit or SBAA please go to