Saturday, January 22, 2022

Action on climate change requires an inter connected response strategy

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With the UN climate change conference COP26 in Glasgow, it’s obvious that there is consensus among many world leaders and key stakeholders that much more needs to be done.

Aumake positions for market growth as international borders reopen

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Aumake has released an update on current operational and future strategic growth initiatives which have been developed ahead of Australian and New Zealand international border re-openings and are set to provide a significant revenue and market share opportunities.

Restructuring saved many small and medium businesses from insolvency

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National research by ScotPac found that the pandemic’s impact on the small business sector was significantly softened by SMEs taking action to restructure in the past year. ScotPac’s SME Growth Index polled 1255 small businesses and found 4 in 10 had restructured while more than 1 of 4 of these SMEs that restructured averted insolvency.

Victoria gets back to business as spending surges in post-lockdown

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Personal services businesses, such as hairdressers and beauty salons, in Victoria, have welcomed a 481% increase in sales in their first-weekend post-lockdown compared with the previous weekend, according to Commonwealth Bank Australia merchant terminal data.

Airtasker sees the Australian service economy staging impressive recovery

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Australian online marketplace Airtasker has revealed its gross marketplace volume (GMV) crossed a record annualised run-rate of more than $200 million.

Aussie fintechs create jobs and raise capital with sights on global markets

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Australia’s fintech ecosystem has been a standout throughout the pandemic. Due to record investor capital raised, new job creation and a rising number of fintechs...

Mobile shoppers dominated Black Friday and Cyber Monday weekend

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New data from Contentsquare, the global leader in digital experience analytics, has revealed that mobile shopping dominated the biggest shopping month of the year in Asia Pacific.

With global food imports’ regulations and shortages, are we in for a crisis?

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Freight costs are continuing to steadily rise as a result of some supply-chain bottlenecks that include a record number of container ships awaiting berths at ports globally and shows few signs of relaxing.

Gold Coast innovation hubs blast off

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Gold Coast innovative high-tech start-ups making everything from rockets to artificial hearts are firing up to launch an 80,000 strong Queensland job bonanza over the next decade.

Cargo containers are best suited for merchandise storage in transit

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The idea of storage contraption for cargo transportation over long distances is not a new invention. The history of cargo containers is traced back in 1792 in England and during the second world war. The US army used smaller containers for the distribution of war supplies.

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