Search

BNiQ Search

  • Place " " around your search terms for precision, e.g. "Sarah Smith".
    Otherwise, Sarah Smith will return every company, person or article with "Sarah" or "Smith".
  • Using AND or NOT between search terms will require or exclude term.
    For example: Sarah AND Smith returns everything with Sarah and Smith, whereas Sarah NOT Smith returns everything with Sarah but not Smith.
There are 141 results from our index of 100,550 articles, 10,048 companies and 37,830 people.

Search results

    RAC partners with health insurer

    RAC partners with health insurer

    21 Mar 2017 by Business News

    Royal Automobile Club of WA members will be eligible for a 5 per cent discount on health insurance cover through a new partnership with national provider HCF. ...

    Passionate choice as Bransby leaves HBF

    Passionate choice as Bransby leaves HBF

    10 Feb 2017 by Mark Pownall

    Given the passion Rob Bransby feels for healthcare, it is hard to believe he is willingly stepping down from his CEO role at HBF. ...

    Bransby to resign as HBF boss

    Bransby to resign as HBF boss

    30 Oct 2015 by Fraser Beattie

    Rob Bransby will resign as managing director of the state’s largest health insurer next year to take up the top job at Perth Racing. ...

    HBF posts $80m surplus

    HBF posts $80m surplus

    19 Oct 2015 by Mark Beyer

    Western Australia’s largest health insurer is aiming for more growth in interstate markets to offset an expected loss of market share in its home state, after reporting a slide in its annual surplus. ...

    Private health insurance rates tipped to rise

    Private health insurance rates tipped to rise

    22 Jan 2015 by Fraser Beattie

    Australians with private health insurance could be hit with premium increases of up to 7 per cent from April 1. ...

    $370m schools PPP planned

    $370m schools PPP planned

    06 Oct 2014 by Mark Beyer

    The state government has announced plans for the private sector to design, build, finance and maintain eight new public schools, using a contracting model that has previously been employed in four other states. ...

    Bankwest launches foundation, pledges $5m

    Bankwest launches foundation, pledges $5m

    04 Sep 2014 by Fraser Beattie

    Bankwest today launched its new charity, which will raise funds for community initiatives, as well as a scholarship program that aims to better the lives of Western Australians, and has pledged $1 million per year to the charity for five years. ...

    iCollege readies for backdoor listing

    iCollege readies for backdoor listing

    11 Apr 2014

    Online education provider iCollege expects to begin trading within days on the Australian Securities Exchange as the company wraps up a reverse takeover of DGI Holdings. ...

    Research to shed light on boom

    Research to shed light on boom

    03 May 2013 by Michael Ramsey

    Shedding light on the social impact of Western Australia’s remarkable growth will be a priority focus for the new economics research centre at Curtin University. ...

    Local operating model bridges the gap

    Local operating model bridges the gap

    15 Oct 2009 by Jonathan Barrett

    Many of the pioneers of private education in WA still cast a long shadow over one of the state’s biggest export industries. ...

    Empired wins $3m IT contract in Victoria

    Empired wins $3m IT contract in Victoria

    07 Oct 2009 by Edited announcement

    IT services provider Empired will build on its presence in Victoria after securing a $3 million contract with the state government's Department of Education and Early Childhood Development for infrastructure outsourcing services. ...

    Education cushioned from fallout

    Education cushioned from fallout

    01 Oct 2009 by Jonathan Barrett

    TEACHING is widely regarded as a recession-proof profession.And it appears those companies that turn a profit from private education have also come out largely unaffected by the economic downturn. ...

    Business boosting social support

    Business boosting social support

    24 Sep 2009 by Russell Quinn

    IF prominent businessman Michael Chaney's actions are anything to go by then Western Australia's corporate sector is poised to enhance its social responsibility through the new Centre for Social Impact at the University of Western Australia. ...

    UWA joins national social impact network

    UWA joins national social impact network

    17 Sep 2009 by Edited announcement

    The University of Western Australia has joined a national network of university business schools, guided by some the state's leading businessmen and women, that aims for academic excellence for a social purpose. ...

    Business sizing up education’s future

    Business sizing up education’s future

    17 Sep 2009 by Mark Pownall

    The nation’s future prosperity starts at school, but a rethink may be needed on the provision of education. ...

Pages

Business Development

Business Development

Find the people you need to contact and uncover business connections you didn’t know you had.

Business Analysis

Business Analysis

Find information on revenue, staff numbers, customers and more, even for private companies: exclusive to BNiQ.

Business Diligence

Business Diligence

Find information on mergers & acquisitions, directors’ interests, equity capital market deals, interests, shareholdings, and news.

Book of Lists Cover

BNiQ is the coalescence of WA business intelligence, bringing together news and statistics for a comprehensive view of the WA economy.

5,800 organisations and 15,000 business people are featured, linked to their relevant articles from our 14 year archive, with statistics ranging from contact details to directors interests and ASX movements. Request a BNiQ Demo

To learn about BNiQ, watch this webinar >>