Almost half of entrepreneurs and small business owners have experienced a severe decline in demand or have stopped operations altogether in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and 56% have pivoted to a new business model to survive.
The historic banning of news on Australian Facebook pages left businesses scrambling to deal with the sudden and unprecedented removal of content. This in the shadows of Google threatening to remove its search engine services from Australia and shortly followed by Apple now providing iOS 14 users with the option to essentially opt out of tech that removes the capabilities of targeted marketing on the iOS Facebook platform.
Squeezing the family into a compact box on wheels can quickly turn disastrous without proper planning and preparation, according to storage expert Dave Strutton.
CARS24, Australia’s first 100% online used car buying platform has partnered with The Quiet Company, an AI-driven wellbeing business, to create the ultimate used car buying destination: an innovatively designed couch.
NTT Ltd. released the 2021 edition of the Global Workplace Report, providing vital insight into the future of work as businesses around the world prepare for a post-pandemic reality. The report finds that business leaders are more satisfied with how they have adjusted to new working norms than their employees and points to the need for clearer company insight into how employees have reevaluated what they need from their workplace.
Oakley announces a new, multi-year partnership with French footballer and Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappé. At just 23 years old, Mbappé is already considered to be a generational talent, but Oakley has partnered with him not because of what he has accomplished on the pitch, but because of the person he is off it.
Australian retail-fintech, 1receipt, is assisting shoppers and retailers switch to paperless receipts through their easy-to-use digital receipt app. The convenient, efficient solution is also much more environmentally friendly, helping to save up to nine million trees a year.
A newly released research from the University of South Australia has shown that the housing market is failing to concurrently cater for both older and younger generations. The research paper explores generational differences in property tenure in Australia and UniSA housing experts identified an inequitable distribution of housing among the old and young.
With Omicron continuing to spread, it is just a matter of time before many people get COVID. People are scared and worried about what...