Bernard speaks with Deb Yates and Dr Jane Gunn to explore how businesses are embracing the remote working phenomenon in the wake of COVID-19.
This pandemic represents something unique in our contemporary history; we are witnessing a natural disaster impacting every country across the globe.
The only thing certain about the current global economic outlook is that it is uncertain.
The instability caused by COVID-19 has created a dynamic that encourages, indeed relies, on workplace transformation.
There are a variety of challenges now facing the mid-tier sector as we start to emerge from the lockdown, but the overriding feeling shown by the report is one of cautious optimism.
The March figures are better than we had expected, and although for the June quarter we expect an 8 percent fall in GDP – given the wholesale shutdown in the economy – we are more optimistic than some for the overall 2020 forecast.
There are two main questions that marketers should be considering. How is consumer behaviour changing? And how should they be changing their marketing efforts accordingly in this interim period?
In our first episode of What Happens Next, host Bernard Salt discusses the role technology is playing in the Australian healthcare sector
There’s no doubt at all that Australian’s love going to the pub. Whether it’s to meet up with mates, watch the footy or put a wager on the horses.
The pursuit of endeavouring to be a high performer should come with a warning label. No matter how high performing you are in one domain, something that you care about will eventually give.
As marketers plan for a recovery from COVID-19, hibernating brands need to carefully map out the steps required to re-launch their business.
The world will be a different place as it emerges from the COVID-19 crisis, with Australians’ work, life and travel permanently changed by the pandemic. According to our new report,…
There is no doubt COVID-19 has proven itself a shocking global health and economic crisis. But for many businesses, their response to COVID-19 also carries a reputational risk.
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