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This marketing technique works wonders for Australian real estate site >> marketing

6/28/2017 Domain, the Australian real estate site owned by Fairfax Media (ASX: FXJ), reckons its transformation from the “other” property site into a serious contender for the market-leading spot was due to a renewed focus on its parent company's specialty ...

Finance News Update, what you need to know >> finance

6/27/2017 WORLD FINANCE UPDATE: The Australian market looks set to open lower following falls on Wall Street's three key indexes with the Nasdaq dropping more than one per cent.

Finance news you need to know today >> finance

6/27/2017 THE Australian market looks set to open lower following falls on Wall Street's three key indexes with the Nasdaq dropping more than one per cent.

Lawmaker loses $17M on pharma stock pitched to colleagues >> Make money

6/27/2017 A Republican congressman lost close to $17 million on Tuesday when stock in an Australian pharmaceutical company he allegedly promoted to other lawmakers plunged to pennies per share.

Finance News Update, what you need to know >> finance

6/26/2017 WORLD FINANCE UPDATE: The Australian market looks set to open flat after both the Dow and the S&P 500 closed steady on Wall Street.

Diverse opportunities for indigenous businesses >> Business Opportunities

6/26/2017 Three multi-million dollar contracts announced last month by Rio Tinto have highlighted the diversity and complexity among indigenous contractors in Western Australia.

'I am quite clueless': Offspring's Kat Stewart reveals she is not social media savvy and prefers 'old school' calls ... >> social media

6/25/2017 She is set to return to Australian screens as Billie Proudman in season seven of the Channel Ten drama Offspring. But when it comes to the ins and outs of social media, Kat Stewart revealed she is not social media savvy. 'I am quite clueless. I am not ...

Finance meets politics: Australian banks in a bilateral sandwich >> finance

6/23/2017 But they also know that their profitability leads to stability in the finance sector. The banks' wealth has certainly helped Australia through difficult times.

ASX-listed logistics management company Getswift raises AU$24m >> Management

6/22/2017 Bane Hunter, executive chairman, and Joel MacDonald, co-founder and CEO, GetSwift. Image: Supplied. Australian-listed logistics management software company GetSwift has announced raising more than AU$24 million from a consortium of local and ...

Finance News Update, what you need to know >> finance

6/22/2017 WORLD FINANCE UPDATE: The Australian market looks set to open modestly higher after all three of Wall Street's key indexes settled hardly changed.

Finance news you need to know today >> finance

6/20/2017 THE Australian market looks set to open lower, following the trend of international markets with energy shares hit by a sharp fall in oil prices, concern over Amazon.

Here's How to Make Money From Australia's Downturn >> Make money

6/19/2017 Morgan Stanley, the most bearish Wall Street firm on Australia's currency, sees the economy struggling and the stock market falling.

Finance news you need to know today >> finance

6/19/2017 THE Australian market looks set to open modestly higher following positive leads from Wall Street where two of its key indexes closed at fresh record highs.

Belt and Road Initiative to benefit the whole world, Australian business leader says >> Business Opportunities

6/19/2017 The president of the Australia China Business Council's North Territory office said he believes the Belt and Road Initiative, proposed by Chinese president Xi Jinping, could bring a lot of new business opportunities to the whole world. Daryl Guppy said ...

How to make money in mobile >> Make money

6/18/2017 A cursory look at Australia's mobile market reveals that it's pretty crowded. Competition for the customer wallet is cut-throat.

Australian businesses made $321 billion online last year >> Business Innovations

6/18/2017 A study of 799,000 thousand businesses by the Australian Bureau of Statistics has revealed positive but slow growth in the areas of web and social media presence and an upward trend of innovation. The ABS' Australian Business Use of Information ...

How to build a successful start up: Alan Manly's The Unlikely Entrepreneur reveals key traits to success >> Entrepreneur

6/18/2017 This high school dropout with almost three decades of experience in the technology and education industries shares the story of how he did this himself in the book, The Unlikely Entrepreneur. Manly, the founder of Group Colleges Australia and Universal ...

Calls for better pain management in EDs >> Management

6/18/2017 Pain management in hospital emergency departments is inadequate and acupuncture should be considered as a viable option for patients not wanting to use analgesic drugs, say Australian researchers.

Finance news you need to know today >> finance

6/18/2017 THE Australian market looks set to open modestly higher after Wall Street closed mixed although little changed in its last session despite Amazon's purchase of Whole Food upsetting the retail sector.

Cyber security brain drain must be plugged by big business, government bravery, expert says >> Business Security Systems

6/17/2017 Australia's cyber security brain drain could be slowed if big business and governments were less afraid to embrace local start-ups and new technology, an expert says.

ACCC takes on Ultra Tune for breaches of the Franchising Code of Conduct >> Franchise business

6/16/2017 As well as the alleged breaches of the Code, the ACCC has stated Ultra Tune breached Australian Consumer Law by making false or misleading statements to a prospective franchisee with regards to the site of a prospective franchise business. ACCC Deputy ...

Australian School of Management's registration cancelled >> Management

6/16/2017 Celebrity-endorsed higher education provider the Australian School of Management (ASM) has had its registration cancelled by the Turnbull Government.

App/tech business of the week ~ SoterSpine >> Tech Businesses

6/15/2017 Key milestones include $US10,000 monthly recurring revenue and being one of 10 Australian businesses to win a National Energy Resources Australia innovation award and $20,000 grant.

Finance news you need to know today >> finance

6/15/2017 THE Australian market looks set to open higher, ignoring the negative lead of Wall Street where the technology stocks slump has worsened, and major international bourses fell virtually across the board.

Listen to the leaked audio of Australia's prime minister mocking Trump >> trump business

6/15/2017 Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull impersonated Donald Trump during a light-hearted speech delivered at the annual Mid-Winter Ball in Canberra.

Ex-Ogilvy head of data launches content intelligence platform Newsroom.ly >> Web Analytics

6/14/2017 Ogilvy Australia's former head of data, Leon Bombotas, has launched an intelligence platform to help measure content performance.

Will the superhero films ever end? The business of blockbuster movie franchises >> Franchise business

6/14/2017 The latest remake of The Mummy has hit the big screen in Australia. Dating back to the 1930s, The Mummy franchise is far older than the other venerable blockbusters (such as Star Wars or Jaws).

Korea's $5.3b JB Asset Management backs Newlake's Arrium bid >> Management

6/13/2017 South Korean heavyweight JB Asset Management has emerged as a key player alongside private equity firm Newlake Alliance in one of the two bids for the Arrium Australia assets which include the Whyalla steelworks.

Finance news you need to know today >> finance

6/13/2017 THE Australian market looks set to open modestly higher, following Wall Street's positive lead as international tech stocks regrouped and investors anticipated an interest rate rise from the US central bank.

Australia keen to assist in straw management in Haryana >> Management

6/13/2017 Many industrialists expressed interest in working in Haryana. Dhankar said a private limited company in Australia had expressed the desire to work in Haryana in the field of paddy straw management. It is engaged in making hard boards from paddy straw.

How To Tell If Social Media Is Giving You Anxiety >> social media

6/13/2017 With around half of the Australian population logging into Facebook on a daily basis (yes, that's 12.2 million of us), it's safe to say social media plays a large role in many of our everyday lives. Of course, while there are numerous benefits to ...

A startup entrepreneur just urged the Australian government to create a space agency >> Entrepreneur

6/12/2017 An Adelaide entrepreneur has written an open letter to demand the Australian government establish a space agency so that the country isn't left behind in a booming new sector.

Fashion influencers unlock global ecommerce market for Tony Bianco >> Ecommerce

6/12/2017 “We are excited to partner with iconic Australian retailers like Tony Bianco and help get their coveted products into the hands of the most savvy shoppers around the world,” said Jeremy Crooks, Managing Director, Pitney Bowes Global Ecommerce.

Melbourne planner trades fisticuffs for finance >> finance

6/12/2017 “In fact, I remember my dad reading an article in The Australian Financial Review about planning and bringing it to me saying, 'I think this is something that would be right up your alley.

Finance news you need to know today >> finance

6/12/2017 THE Australian market looks set to open lower following Wall Street's lead where Apple shares have fallen, adding to the tech stocks slide of last week.

Brands seek online “micro-influencers” to use and boost products >> Make money

6/10/2017 MAKING money from social media is no longer the sole domain of celebrities, as brands chase everyday Australians to boost their products.

Patient Blood Management Landmark Study Sets a New Standard >> Management

6/10/2017 The editorial titled "Patient Blood Management: The New Standard" comments on multiple findings in a landmark study from Australia published in the same issue (view journal here).

Spoiler Alert: Millennials Can't Get Enough of Social Media >> social media

6/9/2017 A new study from private software research company Qualtrics and venture capital firm Accel looked at how plugged in to social media internet users in North America, the UK and Australia really are. It found that many millennials haven't gone more than ...

Finance Week for June 11 - 17 >> finance

6/8/2017 DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, June 11 to Saturday, June 17. (

A Sydney software firm just kicked off this year's biggest Australian tech IPO to raise $25 million >> Tech Businesses

6/8/2017 Elmo believes that there is an opportunity to gain additional market share through targeted acquisitions of smaller HR technology companies across Australia and New Zealand who provide single point solutions within the HCM industry," stated Elmo in its ...

Finance news you need to know today >> finance

6/7/2017 THE Australian share market looks set to open lower after oil prices slumped more than four per cent and iron ore prices dropped one per cent.

CLAPPER: Watergate 'pales' in comparison to Trump-Russia investigation >> trump business

6/7/2017 Speaking at the National Press Club of Australia, former top US intelligence official James Clapper voiced concerns over the Trump-Russia investigation, saying Watergate "pales" in comparison. Following is a transcript of the video. I have to say ...

Study: Location-based Marketing, Big Data Ranked Top Aussie Digital Marketing Opportunities >> digital Marketing

6/6/2017 Half of all Aussie digital marketing professionals believe location-based marketing presents the greatest opportunity to the industry in Australia, ahead of big data and the Internet of Things (IoT), according to surveys undertaken at the recent ...

Finance news you need to know today >> finance

6/6/2017 THE Australian market looks set to open higher, ignoring Wall Street's negative lead, a day after the Reserve Bank of Australia kept its interest rate on hold and ahead of national accounts, including gross domestic product, data.

Vero Raises $4M, Australia Hotbed For Email >> Business Security Systems

6/6/2017 Vero announced its first round of funding on Monday, raising $4 million from Australian venture capital firm Square Peg Capital to expand its data and email marketing business. Founded in 2012, Vero helps more than 250 online ... The email and data ...

Find my old car australia - Debt relief order car finance - Carpet finance apply online >> finance

6/6/2017 Find my old car australia - Debt relief order car finance - Carpet finance apply online, 27, passed away June 6, 2017.

What you need to know about online finance providers >> finance

6/6/2017 The rise of alternative lending in Australia has been a significant development for SMEs, many of which are frustrated with an inability to lock down financing from traditional lenders. In a recent SmartCompany survey, for instance, 25% of respondents ...

Raleigh's Prometheus catches fire with two tech acquisitions >> Tech Businesses

6/5/2017 Prometheus said Monday it has purchased Pipeline Group, a California technology business and Sage Technology, a tech company in Australia, bringing Prometheus's employee total from about 165 to to 220, up from 120 employees at the beginning of 2016 ...

Australia police kill hostage taker, ISIS claims responsibility for incident >> business

6/5/2017 Australian police from the bomb squad unit walk near the site where a gunman was shot dead after holding a woman hostage in Melbourne, Australia, June 5, 2017.

Adopting the sustainable development goals is a business opportunity for Australia >> Business Opportunities

6/5/2017 Worldwide the SDGs could unlock US$12tn in business savings and revenues by 2030 through 60 high-potential opportunities for the private sector. Here in Australia, many of those opportunities are substantial. A big push on the provision of affordable ...

Finance news you need to know today >> finance

6/5/2017 THE Australian market looks set to open flat following a negative lead from Wall Street after data showed that the US services sector activity had slowed in May as new orders tumbled.

Australian property auction clearance rates are starting to slip >> starting a business

6/5/2017 The ratio of successful Australian home auctions, a measure of housing demand, is starting to trend lower in another sign of a slowdown in the nation's property market.

Australian finance firms' push for tech cool leaves consumers to check the credentials >> finance

6/4/2017 Few companies embody the culture clash under way in Australian finance as perfectly as Spaceship. The millennial-focused firm is not following the usual path for an Australian superannuation business.

Finance news you need to know today >> finance

6/4/2017 THE Australian market looks set to open modestly higher after Wall Street's main three indexes again close at record highs. At 0700 AEST on Monday, the share price futures index was up 10 points, or 0.17 per cent, at 5,797.

Former Mambo CEO Angus Kingsmill becomes co-owner of Sydney Digital Marketing >> digital Marketing

6/4/2017 Kingsmill founded Really Quite Good Investments with his wife, Virgin Australia CMO Inese Kingsmill, which will hold the 50% stake in Sydney Digital Marketing, as well as smaller holdings in Convicts, a NYC-based digital media brand; and Inner Origin, ...

Email marketing start-up Vero raises $4m from Square Peg to expand >> marketing

6/4/2017 Five-year-old data analytics and marketing communications start-up Vero has closed its first funding round, banking $4 million from one of Australia's leading technology venture capital firms, Square Peg Capital.

The Rise of Australia's Fitness Influencer Tammy Hembrow >> Personal branding

5/31/2017 During my time as a uni student last year I ran into one of Australia's most talked about fitness public figure, Tammy Hembrow.

BAE Extends Agreement to Provide International Business Opportunities for Australian Companies >> Business Opportunities

5/31/2017 Australia's defense ministry has renewed a supply chain agreement with BAE Systems to continue to give Australian companies access to commercial and defense opportunities within BAE's international business. The British defense contractor said Monday ...

WA Field Manager of the Year awarded to popular franchise business mentor >> Franchise business

5/30/2017 One of the west's most dynamic business leaders, Poolwerx's Tony Campbell, has taken out the Field Manager of the Year award for Western Australia at the annual Franchise Council of Australia WA Excellence in Franchising Regional Awards for 2017.

How Australia can capitalise on a global pool of roaming C-suite talent >> Business Opportunities

5/30/2017 Australian companies are withdrawing offers and opportunities to C-suite executives off-shore, as they are now only permitted a two year work visa, with a possible further two years.

Finance news you need to know today >> finance

5/30/2017 THE Australian market looks set to open flat with little to lead it with US and British markets closed due to public holidays. At 0703 AEST on Tuesday, the share price futures index was down four points, or 0.07 per cent, at 5,709.

Shari Lea Hitchcock uses social media to accuse man of hitting her >> social media

5/30/2017 Twelve hours after she posted an image of her bloodied and bruised face on social media, accusing a man she knows of hitting her, socialite and formerly Australia's best known mistress Shari Lea Hitchcock is still deciding whether to pursue charges.

Altair Asset Management hands back cash to clients citing looming correction >> Management

5/29/2017 Australian asset manager Altair Asset Management has made the extraordinary decision to liquidate its Australian shares funds and return "hundreds of millions" of dollars back to its clients, citing an impending property market "calamity" and the ...

Domino's shares just fell 5% >> business

5/29/2017 Business Insider Australia is the Australian edition of the world's fastest-growing business news website, Business Insider. Recent Posts. The NAB strategy team wrote summaries for every G10 currency that... The 10 most important things in the world ...

It looks like North Korea has launched another ballistic missile >> business

5/29/2017 Business Insider Australia is the Australian edition of the world's fastest-growing business news website, Business Insider. Recent Posts. The NAB strategy team wrote summaries for every G10 currency that... The 10 most important things in the world ...

Sydney and Melbourne house prices continued their fall in May >> business

5/29/2017 Business Insider Australia is the Australian edition of the world's fastest-growing business news website, Business Insider. Recent Posts. The NAB strategy team wrote summaries for every G10 currency that... The 10 most important things in the world ...

Australia's 'loaf of bread' satellite is now orbiting Earth >> business

5/29/2017 Business Insider Australia is the Australian edition of the world's fastest-growing business news website, Business Insider. Recent Posts. The NAB strategy team wrote summaries for every G10 currency that... The 10 most important things in the world ...

Ordering pizza on online? That's crazy >> Business Innovations

5/26/2017 Gillespie - now Domino's Group chief digital officer and part of the company's Australia/New Zealand executive team - has seen the pizza business rapidly accelerate into one of the biggest companies in the country. But just over a decade ago, the mere ...

A tech company is flying 97 people from around the world to New Zealand to interview them >> Tech Businesses

5/25/2017 While countries like the UK, the USA and Australia are looking to restrict the import of foreign workers, a New Zealand city is flying 97 people from 28 countries to interview them for technology jobs. The LookSee Wellington promotion offered ...

Small Businesses Are Going To Be Critical For Australia's Future -- Here's Why >> Tech Businesses

5/25/2017 Small business is not just the backbone of the economy; small business runs the world. There is no segment of the economy that is better equipped to rapidly influence Australia's future - on its ability to champion change, mobilize new technology ...

How bitcoin is set to disrupt digital marketing (and why you should care) >> digital Marketing

5/25/2017 As the world's first cryptocurrency, bitcoin is making waves in the Australian digital payments industry. If it's not already on your radar, then frankly it should be.

Kidsburgh: EQT Children's Theater Festival >> Childrens Businesses

5/17/2017 For its 31st edition, the expanded festival is welcoming award-winning companies from Australia, Mexico, the US, Denmark and Northern Ireland.

Linfox moves into e-commerce packaging >> Ecommerce

5/17/2017 Linfox is trying to snare a share of the $20 billion Australian e-commerce market before Amazon sets up shop, creating a new "fulfilment" business in Sydney to package and distribute goods bought online.

Southeast Asia's set for explosive e-commerce growth >> Ecommerce

5/17/2017 APAC accounted for 40% of global e-commerce sales in Q1 2017, but the vast majority of those sales went to larger or more mature markets in the region, particularly China, but also Japan, Australia, South Korea, and India.

Australian business hit by global cyber attack >> video Businesses

5/17/2017 Cyber Security Minister Dan Tehan is urging small businesses to take immediate action to protect their systems but said the unprecedented ransomware attack had not affected Australia's critical infrastructure or Government agencies.

Large-scale solar industry takes off as 12 new plants secure finance >> finance

5/17/2017 “From zero to more than 20 plants in five years, Australia's large-scale solar industry has grown at a tremendous pace thanks to concerted efforts by Arena and the CEFC [Clean Energy Finance Corporation].” As reported in September, the 12 plants ...

ASIC investigating Barclay Finance business loans, as consumer groups raise concerns >> finance

5/13/2017 Company watchdog the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) is investigating online lender Barclay Finance as consumer groups raise concerns about a new front of unregulated lending. Consumer Action Law Centre says Barclay is ...

New ICC finance model breaks up Big Three >> finance

4/28/2017 It started with money, and it has ended with money. The "Big Three" financial model drawn up by the boards of India, England and Australia unveiled amid much consternation three years ago is no more, replaced by a plan to vastly reduce the BCCI's share ...

3E Company and SAI Global Collaborate to Optimize Chemical Regulatory Management >> Management

4/18/2017 Carlsbad, Calif., and Sydney, NSW, Australia, April 18, 2017 - 3E Company, a leading provider of environmental health and safety (EH&S) compliance and information management services, and SAI Global, a leading risk management company, today ...

Former Aussie PM Bob Hawke back on the grog with new lager launch >> Personal branding

4/12/2017 That a product born of a pub conversation in New York will now fuel many more discussions in Sydney is testament to the Labor PM's personal brand, and the team behind it acknowledge this. Langton adds: “There are not many figures in Australia that we ...

McDonald's Australia is now accepting job applications via Snapchat >> Mobile Marketing

4/12/2017 McDonald's has teamed up with Snapchat in Australia to provide a new way to apply for a job at the fast food chain - using a Snapchat lens.

Four Seasons Condoms launches children's show to distract kids ... >> Mobile Marketing

4/11/2017 Australia's Four Seasons Condoms has teamed up with ad agency Marcel Sydney and Paris to design an online puppet-style kids' entertainment program, and ...

The 6 key challenges for Australian business innovation >> Business Innovations

4/10/2017 Speaking at an event in Sydney, Bill Ferris AC, chair of Innovation and Science Australia (ISA), says that while Australian businesses have the potential to be innovative, there are six core challenges that are holding Australian businesses back from ...

Curtis Luck 'excited to make money' after ditching amateur status at Augusta >> Make money

4/10/2017 Curtis Luck 'excited to make money' after ditching amateur status at Augusta. Australian says he has been ready to turn pro for five months; Misses out on Masters low amateur prize but now turns focus to PGA Tour.

Niamh Cronin Announces Global Launch of Exciting New Personal Brand & The Spirit Sisters Academy >> Personal brand

4/10/2017 Today, Niamh Cronin, a high impact Australia-based Keynote Speaker, Intuitive Business Mentor and Thought Leader who has worked with thousands of women, has confirmed the official unveiling of her personal brand worldwide and the introduction of The ...

QA with CEO Stefanie Monge on entrepreneurship in Omaha >> Entrepreneurship

4/10/2017 Stefanie Monge, the CEO of Welcor Enterprise Yoga and Founder of Think Start Do, has spent a decade working with entrepreneurs all over the world. She moved from Omaha to Australia, Asia, Europe and back again gaining insight and experience as to ...

The best APAC digital marketing stats from March 2017 >> digital Marketing

4/10/2017 March's roundup of digital stats has a distinctly Australian feel, covering cross-channel marketing, customer experience and Instagram.

Governments are in the business of doxing people now, so that's great >> business

2/28/2017 The message is hardly subtle: Write something we don't like and we'll dox you. The Australian government's welfare agency released a writer's personal details after she penned a critical article about its debt collection.

Nicole Kidman roasted on social media for strange clapping >> social media

2/27/2017 The 49-year-old Australian movie star was roasted on social media after she was caught on camera - twice - during the Academy Awards showing off her unusual form of applause.

Get More Traffic harnesses power of digital marketing >> digital Marketing

2/27/2017 Kerry loves the fast pace of the digital marketing industry and enjoyed working at SL, one of Google's largest Australian partners.

How to build an empire >> Franchise business

2/24/2017 Franchising as a business expansion method has a proven track record in Australia. If done properly and with care, it can be a great way for business owners to grow their brand. Importantly, the franchising process takes time and there are many ...

Does the community value entrepreneurship? >> Entrepreneurship

2/22/2017 Is entrepreneurship a good career choice? No, found the latest Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) survey, which ranked Australia a dismal 46th globally on perceptions of entrepreneurship as a viable career. Only 54 per cent of Australian respondents ...

Goodman's global embrace of e-commerce juggernaut >> Ecommerce

2/18/2017 “If you look at what's happening in more mature markets around the world like Europe and the US … the amount of space required by big (e-commerce) operators on an annual basis is very large,” chief executive Greg Goodman told The Australian.

Australia, China launch young entrepreneurship program >> Entrepreneurship

2/16/2017 The project, a joint partnership between the China Australia Millennial Project (CAMP) and professional services firm EY, will see young entrepreneurs from Australia and China working together to develop start-up companies from the ground up, while ...

Finance news you need to know today >> finance

2/16/2017 HERE are nine things making news in business and finance today. 1. SYDNEY - The Australian market looks set to open flat despite Wall Street's gains after US inflation and retails data surprised on the upside.

Boom in tattoo removal businesses - The Sydney Morning Herald >> Business trends

2/13/2017 One in five Australians has a tattoo even though they are costly and painful to remove.

Australian business loans up again in December >> Business Loans

2/13/2017 There are many challenges small businesses in Australia must face, whether just starting or established. A new government issue paper highlights one of the most formidable - late payments.

Australian Business Conditions Surge to Highest Level Since 2007 >> business

2/13/2017 Australian business conditions jumped to the highest level in more than nine years and the employment gauge surged, diminishing the likelihood of interest-rate cuts in the near term.

Banks to secure management of employees' superannuation funds >> Management

2/12/2017 Industry Super Australia (ISA) says the big four banks are enticing businesses with "bundled incentives" to secure management of their employee's default funds with offers of free financial advice, corporate hospitality and discounts on insurance ...

The week in finance: Blue-chips to fire up reporting season >> finance

2/12/2017 Wall Street's three key indices all hit record highs on Friday and, along with another spurt in commodities, should produce a positive start to a busy week on the Australian market.

Finance news you need to know today >> finance

2/9/2017 HERE are seven things making news in business and finance today. 1. SYDNEY - The Australian market looks set to open flat, following the US and Europe's lead with markets nervous amid widespread political uncertainty.

Plans moving ahead for North Lawrence concert, event venue; business owner opens spot for small businesses to ... >> event Businesses

2/8/2017 Maybe you are still recovering from your Super Bowl party. I know my arteries still burn from the wing sauce, my dog still regrets eating the leftover bacon cheese dip, and the Australian prime minister is still exasperated that whatever caused Lady ...

Australia badly lags other rich countries in innovation, says new report >> Business Innovations

2/6/2017 A new report has confirmed Australia's poor performance in turning world-leading research into new businesses.

JACK MA: 'If trade stops, war starts' >> business

2/6/2017 "If Australia, New Zealand, and other countries can create a free-trade zone in the form of an e-hub for small businesses, they can work like the big companies - with 24-hours clearance, better tariffs, and quicker [border] inspections. That could ...

Everything we know about what Trump called the 'worst deal ever' between the US and Australia >> trump business

2/4/2017 Australia is loath to accept the boat-borne arrivals, on grounds that successful asylum-seekers who make the journey by boat will embolden others to attempt the same and perpetuate the business of human smuggling. In fact, Turnbull is so opposed to ...

The fabulous life of 'Dragons' Den' star Sarah Willingham - Business ... >> Childrens Businesses

2/2/2017 From whale watching in Canada to martial arts in Australia, here's how Sarah Willingham is spending her year away from the rat race.

The best APAC digital marketing stats from January 2017 >> digital Marketing

2/2/2017 Do Australian B2B marketers lack strategy? Are Chinese advertisers focusing on the right trends for 2017? January's roundup of digital marketing stats from APAC includes some fascinating studies. As ever, if you want more stats, check out Econsultancy ...

​CSIRO to take up residency in Silicon Valley >> Business Innovations

1/29/2017 "CSIRO will support the Australian government and partner with the research sector and business -- playing the role of Australia's innovation catalyst on a global scale," Warren said. "This means we can amplify the impact of CSIRO technology and open ...

Finance news you need to know today >> finance

1/29/2017 HERE are six things making news in business and finance today. 1. SYDNEY - The Australian market looks set to open lower following a lacklustre performance on Wall Street, where Dow and S&P500 stocks fell fractionally but closed basically flat.

Trump travel ban causes business chaos >> trump business

1/29/2017 Companies are scrambling to cope with the fallout from US President Donald Trump's executive order barring citizens from seven countries entering the US as Australian business leaders call on the Turnbull government to help clarify its impact. Mr Trump ...

Facebook Begins Testing Ads on Messenger Home Screen >> Mobile Marketing

1/26/2017 Facebook Messenger Ads Facebook has begun testing ads in its Messenger app in Australia and Thailand. The test will enable businesses to place card-style ads in the area of Messenger below recent conversations - Facebook ensures ads will not appear ...

Finance News Update, what you need to know >> finance

1/26/2017 WORLD FINANCE UPDATE: The Australian dollar has fallen against its US counterpart which is up amid optimism President Trump will spend on infrastructure.

Trump withdraws U.S. from Pacific trade deal, will start NAFTA renegotiation (Video) >> video Businesses

1/24/2017 Candidate Trump had called the TPP agreement with Japan, Malaysia, Australia and other nations "a potential disaster for our country.

Finance news you need to know today >> finance

1/22/2017 SYDNEY - The Australian dollar is up against the greenback on the first full day on the financial markets following Donald Trump's inauguration as the 45th US president.

Why Australian supermarkets continue to look to the UK for leadership >> leadership business

1/22/2017 The poaching of Tesco veteran Claire Peters by Australia's largest supermarket Woolworths is the latest in a line of British trained retail executives who made ...

WA behind in digital marketing: report >> digital Marketing

1/20/2017 About a third of Western Australian small businesses don't invest in digital marketing, according to a recent report by consultancy Alyka, although around 51 per cent of the sector are planning to spend more in that sphere in 2017.

Were opportunities for clues from MH370 debris missed? >> Business Opportunities

1/19/2017 Those pieces have provided crucial information to investigators and prompted some to question whether Malaysia, Australia and China - who funded the hunt for the underwater wreckage - missed key opportunities by failing to organize coastal searches ...

DHL eCommerce launches Sydney FC >> Ecommerce

1/18/2017 Damien Sheehan, Managing Director Australia, DHL eCommerce, commented: “Nearly 75% of total online spending by Australians goes to domestic retailers, with the value of e-commerce purchases expected to grow by nearly 50% between now and 2020.

Finance news you need to know today >> finance

1/15/2017 HERE are five things making news in business and finance today. 1. SYDNEY - The Australian dollar is nearly flat after little economic or political risk events over the weekend.

Finance news you need to know today >> finance

1/11/2017 HERE are six things making news in business and finance today. 1. SYDNEY - The Australian dollar has rallied again greenback amid uncertainty about US President Donald Trump.

China's HNA extends reach to NZ with $460 million asset finance firm purchase >> finance

1/11/2017 SYDNEY/WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Fast-growing Chinese conglomerate HNA Group said on Wednesday it would extend its reach to New Zealand with the purchase of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group's asset finance subsidiary UDC Finance.

The social media posts that sold Oz >> social media

1/10/2017 The social media posts from the Australian Reptile Park and Symbio Wildlife Park were judged by Tourism Australia and Qantas to be the best promotion for the country in the past year.

Finance News Update, what you need to know >> finance

1/9/2017 WORLD FINANCE UPDATE: The Australian dollar has slipped as its US counterpart rebounded after strong non-farms payroll data and hawkish comments from US Federal Reserve officials.

Cute animal posts on social media judged best of Australian tourism >> social media

1/9/2017 The social media posts from the Australian Reptile Park and Symbio Wildlife Park were judged by Tourism Australia and Qantas to be the best promotion for the country in the past year.

Why It's Time to Reset Expectations for Content Marketing >> marketing

1/9/2017 Mark Ritson, a marketing professor at the Melbourne Business School in Australia, recently published a column at Marketing Week titled “Is content marketing a load of bollocks?” As you might expect, the column created quite a stir in the content ...

The 'muesli queen' who built a $60m food business - BBC News >> business

1/9/2017 How not wanting to lose her job started an Australian teenager on the path to creating a breakfast cereal empire.

The Women's Business School is offering $180000 in scholarships for women starting a business >> starting a business

1/5/2017 Melbourne, Australia, 5th January 2016, The Women's Business School is offering $180,000 in full and matched funding scholarships to deserving women starting a business this year. The Women's Business School is offering 2 Full Scholarships and 5 ...

Focus on frost management >> Management

1/2/2017 WHILE Australia is awash with grain this year, the manager of a climate risk management business is pointing out that even in a record season, climatic woes have drastically impacted some growers' returns.

Finance news you need to know today - News.com.au >> finance

1/2/2017 1. SYDNEY - The Australian dollar has again slipped below the 72 US cent level against its US counterpart, which rose against most major currencies in quiet ...

Finance Week for January 1 - 7 - News.com.au >> finance

1/1/2017 DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, January 1 to Saturday, January 7.

17:06 Finance Week for January 1 - 7 >> finance

12/29/2016 DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, January 1 to Saturday, January 7. (

Finance News Update, what you need to know >> finance

12/29/2016 WORLD FINANCE UPDATE: The Australian dollar has held steady against its US counterpart in the quiet holiday period trading.

Australian cricketers being targeted by bookmakers via social media >> social media

12/29/2016 Australian cricketers on the verge of making it to national squads and the Big Bash League are being targeted by bookmakers via social media. Cricket Australia head of integrity Iain Roy confirmed that foreign bookmakers are targeting players via tools ...

​Reckon takes on banking sector with small business lending >> small Businesses

12/19/2016 Cloud accounting software firm Reckon has recently expanded its product scope, offering up finance for Australian small to medium business in a bid to remove red tape and give SMEs cashflow within hours. According to Reckon COO Dan Rabie, the move ...

Perpetual shakes up funds management team >> Management

12/15/2016 A shake up in the upper ranks of the funds management team at Perpetual comes after one of the toughest periods on record for one of Australia's oldest and most successful value managers. Deputy head of Australian equities Nathan Parkin decided to ...

Verdict Made: Australia's Top Apps Named By Apple >> Mobile Apps

12/15/2016 Majority of the top grossing apps in Australia were games save for the popular dating app, Tinder, and the music streaming app, Spotify. Facebook and its Messenger mobile messaging app both landed in the top 5 free apps in Australia. Luke Graham's 7 ...

Wahab-Yasir altercation 'not serious' - Pakistan management >> Management

12/14/2016 Yasir Shah and Wahab Riaz were involved in a minor altercation during training on the eve of the first Test against Australia in Brisbane, an incident that has been played down by Pakistan's management. The players were on opposite teams for a practice ...

Use Cards For Suppliers, Cash For Investment, Says Amex >> Business Opportunities

12/14/2016 Australian mid-market businesses are missing out on opportunities to grow and expand because of cash flow mishaps, warns a new report by Amex.

Hailey Baldwin has dropped Snapchat and stopped reading Twitter >> social media

12/14/2016 Hailey Baldwin's career may be on a stratospheric trajectory, but one place you won't see her any more is Snapchat. The 20-year-old bombshell visited Australia recently and revealed to Elle Magazine she has deleted her Snapchat account.

High-Intensity Gym F45 Opens Bethesda Location >> Franchise business

12/13/2016 In the four years ago since the franchise gym business F45 began opening locations, it has grown to more than 500—many in Australia, where it was founded, but also in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Canada and the U.S.

Square adds employee management features to POS app in Australia >> Management

12/13/2016 Micro, small, and medium-sized businesses that use Square's point of sale (POS) application in Australia will now have access to new features including employee sales tracking, location management, and customised permissioning. Using Square's free POS ...

Hailey Baldwin Is Limiting Her Social Media Time | InStyle.com >> social media

12/11/2016 Even major models need a social media detox sometimes. That's the case for 20-year-old beauty Hailey Baldwin who most recently revealed to the Australian ...

Aust e-commerce needs export focus: Fahour | Herald Sun >> Ecommerce

12/9/2016 Australian businesses are too focused on the domestic market rather than bigger markets overseas when it comes to making the best of opportunities in ...

Finance news you need to know today >> finance

12/9/2016 HERE are seven things making news in business and finance today. 1. SYDNEY - The Australian dollar has slipped against its US counterpart with the greenback rising after the European Central Bank extended its quantitative easing program by nine ...

Aust e-commerce needs export focus: Fahour >> Ecommerce

12/8/2016 "Yet, for whatever reason, Australian small business still tend to be domestically-focused and not export-orientated despite magnificent (e-commerce) platforms available to them, like Alibaba and others," Mr Fahour said. Also, Australia needs to ...

Finance Week for December 11 - 17 - News.com.au >> finance

12/8/2016 DIARY OF AUSTRALIAN FINANCE: Sunday, December 11 to Saturday, December 17. (

Parents who run small businesses make time for longer holidays, new research reveals >> Childrens Businesses

12/8/2016 “As a parent myself, I know that the last choice any mum or dad wants to make is to be able to watch their children's soccer games versus having a career. Australian parents are increasingly being drawn to small business ownership and becoming their ...

Finance news you need to know today >> finance

12/7/2016 HERE are seven things making news in business and finance today. 1. SYDNEY - The Australian dollar has strengthened against its US counterpart and is once again heading toward 75 US cents.

Business Briefing: what super is doing to banking and finance >> finance

12/7/2016 The total of superannuation assets in Australia is a staggering A$2 trillion and contributions to this are rising. But despite this significant influence, a new study shows the effects of superannuation on banking and finance mostly balance out. A ...

FCA Inks Fintech Deal with HKMA to Foster Financial Innovation >> finance

12/7/2016 The latest agreement follows several other collaborations that the FCA has instigated with international authorities including Singapore, South Korea, China and Australia, which it signed in March this year, and is part of its statutory objective to ...

BMW Finance to repay millions to customers >> finance

12/6/2016 ... responsible lending breaches. (Flickr: Ivan Turkouski) · Map: Australia. Car loan provider BMW Australia Finance will refund millions of dollars worth of loans to thousands of customers after it was found to have breached responsible lending ...

BMW Finance customers to be compensated for failed loans >> finance

12/6/2016 BMW Finance has been forced to pay $77 million in Australia's largest consumer credit remediation program. At least 15,000 customers of the car financier will be compensated after it was found to have failed in its lending practices by the Australian ...

Apple Pay helps banks push services - Business Insider >> business

12/5/2016 ANZ, one of four major Australian banks, has seen a “higher propensity” for users of Apple Pay to adopt other bank services, like mortgages, according to The ...


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