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Construction industry reforms – is compliant still compliant?

Builders, developers and consultants may all be at risk of legal action commenced as a result of the impending changes to building regulations.

How technology is changing the way we interact with the health industry

Last month, the WA government announced its WA Health Digital Strategy 2020 – 2030.

Perth can be Singapore’s Playground

A lot has been said of late about increasing tourism as a means to diversify our economy and create more jobs.

Reshaping the future of Subiaco

Subiaco is no stranger to reinvention. 

Breaking the Mould on Gender Equality

On Tuesday 15th October, the RRR Network of WA celebrated the International Day of Rural Women with more than 130 people at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre to discuss Breaking the Mould on

Global ed-tech leader, crimson education, secures US$20m in series c funding round

October 16, 2019: Global edtech company Crimson Education, has completed an innovation-inspired Series C funding round, spearheaded by a US $10M investment from Hong Kong-based CTF (Chow Tai Fook) Education Group.

India’s star continues to rise

During September, I spent a week in Delhi and Mumbai, India’s capital and major commercial centre respectively, as part of a Perth USAsia Centre delegation.

The ins and outs of equity crowdfunding: Insights from our raise.

Equity crowdfunding in Australia is becoming an increasingly popular and effective way to raise investment for a small business - especially for an early stage businesses.

The future of work: why a ‘wait and see’ approach is no longer an option

One in three workers are concerned about how much advances in technology could disrupt their current role and function at work. And understandably so.

China's One Belt, One Road Initiative – What does it mean for Western Australia?

Asia-Pacific infrastructure is booming. In Australia, little is made of China's vast One Belt, One Road Initiative. The initiative revives and connects ancient trading routes and will drive huge growth in Chinese investment and infrastructure until the mid-2020s. How does WA fit in?

Are you up to date with personal and carer’s leave changes?

In the months following the Mondelez v AMWU case, which resulted in significant changes to personal and carer’s leave, many businesses have been left feeling confused and uncertain about how personal

The rise of retail living

As shopping centres continue to evolve, owners are embracing the concept of mixed-use developments; combining shopping, work, entertainment and living to create vibrant destinations.

Retaining heritage and embracing the future at Montario Quarter

Perth’s medical specialists have always endeavoured to discover new treatments, surgeries and approaches to improve results for their patients.

Myth Busting: Will technology create more mining jobs?

There remains a perception that robots will take over our jobs in the mining industry. Our research commissioned by the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA), clearly demonstrates this is wrong.

The Benefits of a US or UK University Education

In today’s increasingly globalized world, many Australians are considering the option of pursuing university degrees abroad.

Does your organisation contribute to the cost of mental health?

There is no doubt mental health is topical.

Perth's shopping centre evolution

The needs and expectations of shopping centre customers has been rapidly evolving for many years, and while customers still value a traditional brick-and-mortar experience with quality customer servic

Boys and Girls: Career interests are established early

Last week saw the USA celebrate Women’s Equality Day, recognising the 99th anniversary of women in the world’s largest democracy, the United States, gaining the right to vote.

Vision for world-class treatment, research centre for Perth

Consolidating its reputation as a global-leader in breast cancer advancements, Breast Cancer Research Centre WA has revealed a bold plan to develop a world-class integrated breast cancer treatment and

The Transition to Smart Legal Contracts

Digital contracts are contracts that exist solely or partially as computer code. Digital contracts have many benefits and will ultimately replace traditional paper contracts.

The Changing Face of Food

In recent years, the property market has witnessed the emergence of a range of independent, small food and beverage operators opening and succeeding with their own unique concepts.