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Coles and Aldi raise their milk prices in support of dairy farmers

Minister for Primary Industries, Niall Blair has welcomed the move by Coles and Aldi to raise their milk prices to help support our State’s...

Australian small businesses call for more government support

Over two-thirds (71 per cent) of small business owners say the federal government is not doing enough to support them, in a new study...

Tracey Spicer AM named 2019 NSW Premier’s Woman of the Year

Passionate women’s rights advocate and journalist Tracey Spicer AM has been named 2019 NSW Premier’s Woman of the Year - the top honour at...

Australian executives not confident in identifying financial data inaccuracies prior to reporting

80 Per Cent of Australian business leaders and finance professionals claim their organisation has made a significant business decision based on inaccurate financial data. A...

Australia’s innovation paradox: Innovation not a core value for 75% of Australian organisations, yet most business leaders believe they have the skills for innovation

Ricoh, a leading provider of smart workplace technology, yesterday announced the findings of its Workplace Innovation Index, a new look into the challenges Australian...

Aussies still love Facebook, despite issue-laden year, Hootsuite and We Are Social report finds 

  Media Release Hootsuite, the leader in social media management, in collaboration with We Are Social, the global socially-led creative agency, today released Digital 2019. The...

CSIRO partners with Digital Agriculture Services to help future-proof farms

Media Release Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO and rural technology start-up Digital Agriculture Services (DAS) today launched an innovative new platform that combines artificial intelligence,...

Small business hardest hit by rising minimum wage.

The Fair Work Commission today delivered its annual wage review – the highest percentage we’ve seen since 2011. This decision will have a significant impact on all...

Life Instyle: Melbourne’s favourite retail industry event is back for 2018

Melbourne’s most stylish trade destination for retail, Life Instyle, is already proving a hot favourite. The ultimate trade event for the retail industry has...

Melbourne millennial FinTech lands partnerships with global payments provider

Melbourne travel and banking app Pelikin has partnered with global finance technology provider Tuxedo Money Solutions, to deliver the startup’s multi-currency prepaid debit card...

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RBA keeps rates at historic low heading into Christmas period

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has today announced that interest rates will remain at the historic low of 0.1 per cent...

Construction tech startup secures $6m in investment round led by Aconex

Construction tech company Buildxact has secured $6.0 million in new funds via an over-subscribed capital raise. The funds will enable Buildxact...

‘Software governs most of what a business does’: Hyperautomation in 2020

"Software has become the spinal cord of a business."  Those are the words of Appian co-founder and CEO Matt...

Cyber security head to be appointed: Prime Minister

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced his government will create a cyber security role next month as part of a ministerial reshuffle....

Customer loyalty the key to successful Christmas sales, new research finds

New research has revealed an opportunity for retailers to grow their business and create long-term relationships with customers over the Christmas season.

Australia’s economic recovery is ‘gaining momentum’ says Treasurer

Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has said the declining number of workers relying on JobKeeper, is a sign that the economy is on track...

Travel from your desk to a winery with Handpicked Wines

Handpicked Wines can take your employees or customers from their desks to a winery with its Premium Virtual Experience.

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No matter the crisis, belated planning is a recipe for disaster. Crisis and business continuity teams won’t have sufficient time to revisit...