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Zyfra Develops System To Prevent Covid-19 Spread At Industrial Facilities

Zyfra, Finnish-Russian digital solutions provider for heavy industries, has announced today that it develops a comprehensive product to significantly reduce the risk of spread of COVID-19 at the industrial and other facilities. S...

Lockdown brings increased digitisation of Australian health and lifestyle habits

nbn Covid-19 Behavioural Change Survey   Lifestyle habits of Australians have undergone a major shift since the COVID-19 pandemic first hit, with record numbers of Australians exploring online substitutes for everything fro...

Domino’s and Dragontail work together

Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Limited (ASX: DMP) and Dragontail Systems Limited (ASX: DTS, the “Company” or “Dragontail”) are pleased to announce the continuation of their successful partnership, which has seen the de...

DXC Technology Continues to Drive Innovation in the Insurance Industry

DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC), the world’s leading independent, end-to-end IT services company, today announced the launch of a virtual edition of the DXC Invitational event in Australia, expanding upon the annual global comp...

RentReady launches as the first pay later solution in Australia for landlords

The product allows landlords to access up to $15,000 of property expenses in minutes MoneyMe Limited (ASX:MME) together with MoneyMe Financial Group Pty Ltd announces the launch of RentReady, a first to market pay later sol...

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AWA’s travel survey reveals Australians are ready to start exploring again

Travellers remain optimistic with many still planning holidays for 2020   Anne Wild & Associates (AWA), a leading travel and lifestyle communications agency celebrating 22 years of o...

RentReady launches as the first pay later solution in Australia for landlords

The product allows landlords to access up to $15,000 of property expenses in minutes MoneyMe Limited (ASX:MME) together with MoneyMe Financial Group Pty Ltd announces the launch of RentRea...

Money for social housing, not home buyers grants, is the key to construction stimulus

There’s no doubt Australia’s construction industry is facing tough times. COVID-19 has caused migration to slow to a trickle. Some 2.6 million Australians have either lost their jobs ...

Constant product innovation is critical to finding market fit

The significant impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on businesses worldwide is undeniable. Businesses in every industry have been forced to reinvent the way they operate, communicate and s...

Australia's first service sector recession will be unlike those that have gone before it

ShutterstockAustralia is on the brink of its first recession in almost 30 years. The Australian Bureau of Statistics will deliver the official economic growth figure for the March quarter on Wedn...

Digital-only local newspapers will struggle to serve the communities that need them most

ShutterstockThis week News Corp Australia announced the end of the print editions of 112 suburban and regional mastheads – about one-fifth of all of Australia’s local newspapers. Of t...

Top 5 Factors To Consider When Choosing A Great Family Lawyer

When you are looking for the best family lawyers in Perth it usually means you are making a big decision and you need some help. No matter what you should make sure you are getting the best...

5 FMCG Research Methods You Can Use in Your Business

In the fast-paced FMCG industry, product innovation is essential for ongoing relevance and success in the market. However, many products fail as they weren’t properly launched to the mark...

Government to repay 470,000 unlawful robodebts in what might be Australia's biggest-ever financial backdown

In a near-complete capitulation, the government will refund every alleged overpayment it has collected from welfare recipients under the discredited “robodebt” system of income averag...

5 Tips to Hire Talent Post the Coronavirus Pandemic

The current COVID-19 pandemic has created an uncertain future for many people. Although governments around the world have worked hard to maintain stability, there is little doubt that jobs will...

Morrison's industrial relations peace gambit is worth a shot. Even if it fails, it's shrewd politics

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison this week announced plans[1] for a potential “grand bargain” on industrial relations. Speaking at the National Press Club, he framed the issue as...

A four-day working week could be the shot in the arm post-coronavirus tourism needs

www.shutterstock.comWhen New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said recently, “I’ve heard lots of people suggesting we should have a four-day week”, she inevitably ignited d...

Saying goodbye to KPIs - the human way of measuring success’

If COVID-19 has taught us one huge lesson, it’s that we are going to have to say our goodbyes to a whole raft of measures, processes and practices that are no longer useful in the world t...

What COVID-19 means for the people making your clothes

Workers everywhere are feeling the impact of COVID-19 and the restrictions necessitated by COVID-19. In Australia, retail and hospitality[1] workers have been particularly hard hit. In other...

Morrison government invites unions to dance, but employer groups call the tune

Prime Minister Scott Morrison this week proposed a new deal in industrial relations, bringing together the government, employers and unions to agree on reforms to create jobs and lift the economy...

Morrison wants unions and business to 'put down the weapons' on IR. But real reform will not be easy.

Lukas Coch/AAPIn a bid to repair the economy, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced an industrial relations overhaul. Business groups and unions will be brought together to try to change a ...

Airline Industry Retraining (AIR) program

New ‘Airline Industry Retraining’ (AIR) program allows struggling workers in travel & tourism to take back control of their careers   The coronavirus pandemic restrictions are ...

Why flour is still missing from supermarket shelves

Extreme shortages of toilet paper, pasta and other pantry products defined the early weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic for many shoppers around the world. Availability of most these goods has re...

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