Trust in accountants can be low in Indigenous communities and iBase is out to change that. But when you're a remote-based accounting practice, sometimes you have to do things a little differently.
As founder and executive chairman of IBISWorld, an international research firm that predicts industry and economic trends, Phil Ruthven looks to the past to know what to expect tomorrow.
An urge to make a difference drew Penelope James CPA to a permaculture project in Kenya, where her accounting skills helped build financial management and confidence.
Greg Edelmaier CPA and Coralia Mielczarek CPA put the financial structures in place at social enterprise STREAT to help homeless and disadvantaged youth develop real-world skills.
John Stavridis CPA is a captain and commander with the Royal Australian Navy, with years of service and military training. Why then did he choose to complete the CPA Program?
Australia's universities educate workers of the future and conduct research that informs and improves lives every day. They hope getting the community on side will support their case for better government funding.
There are just 38 Indigenous accountants with a professional accounting designation in the whole of Australia. What can be done to attract more Indigenous youth to join the profession?
Consumers know what they want and, increasingly, they want a business to understand them. That’s why big companies extending their reach across the globe won’t force out the niche players.
After 25 years as a senior finance professional, William Duperouzel BEM FCPA relished the chance to join a charity that turns old tools into new skills for communities in need.
MBA degrees enjoy great prestige in Asia, with the lure of bigger salaries and a passport to a new, high-flying career – but is a postgrad degree just the new normal?