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Consumer & Business Confidence

Consumers upbeat about growth prospects

ANZ chief economist Warren Hogan says last week’s news about strong economic growth prospects, equity market gains and the strong Australian dollar ha…

Ilan Rubin Wavelink

How unified communications are driving the workplace of the future

A 26% increase in open remote job postings reflects the continuing evolution of the workplace, driven by the rise of the digital office, and unified c…

Hiring intentions weak

Employers’ hiring intentions weak

According to ManpowerGroup’s latest quarterly outlook survey, 78% of more than 1,500 employers surveyed across Australia say they won’t be hiring to i…

Adam Dougall Data Management Platforms

Three reasons you can’t afford not to use a data management platform

A Data Management Platform lets marketers use offline and online data to get a 360-degree view of the customer, getting a more complete view of the cu…

Leadership involves vulnerability

Best leaders not afraid to be vulnerable

Brave leaders need to risk emotional exposure to shift work cultures toward success

International Womens Day

Survey shows how businesswomen are striving for parity

The survey found 96% were taking some action to achieve gender equality within their business, with the most common way of doing this being through in…

Women doing it for themselves - Jessica Sette

Women doing it for themselves – Part 2

Here are two more case studies on women entrepreneurs who have carved a niche for their small businesses

Retail spending downturn

Retail sector fears a spending downturn

A retail spending downturn is not good news for SME retailers, who tend to come into their own when consumer confidence is higher

Aussie dollar

Commodities and US jobs data sustain Aussie dollar rally

The Aussie dollar started its rally last Wednesday after official figures showed stronger-than-expect gross domestic product growth of 3.0% in 2015

Charmaine Chan women doing it for themselves

Women doing it for themselves – Part 1

International Women’s Day is a great opportunity to recognise and celebrate the enterprising spirit of the women entrepreneurs driving the small bus…

Bernadette Schwerdt

Little acts of leadership – the true measure of any great leader

When a group of business owners was asked ‘who considers themselves to be a leader?’ few said yes. Considering most had dozens of staff, and turn…

CloudEd Louise Lewis

Creating a digital vision for teachers

A new course will prepare teachers for digital teaching and learning environments, to help them get their students to embrace developing technologies


Key findings from State of Mobile Commerce Report

A state of mobile commerce report reveals consumers are going cross-device along their path to purchase and are regularly buying on mobile

How to work with family

How to work with family

Before working with family take a close look at your family dynamics – do you have mutual respect and skills that complement each other?

Tax talk

Tax talk shakes consumer confidence

The government’s ability to deliver a clear and credible economic platform, with an effective tax policy, is clearly important for consumer confidence