As global supply chains are reduced to minimise risk of loss, consumers might reduce e-commerce transactions with low-quality vendors for certain critical goods.
The bi-annual survey of nearly 500 Australian small business operators revealed only 22 per cent of SMEs are confident in the state of their business right now
Younger people will be more likely to face deeper impacts in their employment with consequent social impacts in years to come.
Australian businesses have suffered a 12% decline, faring significantly better than those in the US (-27%), Canada (-40%), Europe (-46%) and the UK (-53%).
As we grapple with a world where some form of restrictions will be in place until a vaccine is found, will COVID-19 permanently change what society wants and needs?
As we emerge into our post-COVID world, business owners should be thinking seriously about what they’ve learnt from this pandemic.
Every business will be a space business in 2030, with massive implications for Australia’s growing AU$5bn space sector, according to KPMG Australia’s new report
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 a new report by KPMG, Our New Reality: Predictions after COVID-19.
There are two critical considerations from a business continuity perspective - can your business survive the next few months; and what is the longer-term outlook?
Australian women are bearing the brunt of the initial economic impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic as job cuts start to mount.