Industry conferences can be enjoyable and valuable for making new contacts and discovering insights into your own profession. Here are a few tips and tricks to make the most of your networking opportunities at a conference.
The professional investors and analysts in Australian property are not panicking. They do, however, predict continuing softness in the market as a cyclical correction following an extended period of growth.
Presentations, whether to board members, colleagues, stakeholders or investors, are now a crucial skill, and it is no longer enough to illustrate your message with static PowerPoint lists of dot points. This is where graphics come in.
The Coffee Club is using data analytics to understand customers better and stay ahead in Australia’s highly competitive café sector. Here’s how your business can use data to arrive at new solutions.
Naomi Vowels CPA enjoyed a succesful career in finance, most recently as vice-president of a private bank. Now, after packing her bags and uprooting to Singapore, she is writing her own story.
Can blockchain, a decentralised ledger system, really work within the strongly centralised public sector?
The accounting profession is well-placed to take advantage of the emerging data analytics revolution but it will require a redesign for many firms, as well as a major change of mindset.
Many people have an entrepreneurial streak but are not ready to switch from full-time employment to starting their own business. They might need the security of a regular pay cheque or think their idea is too risky for a total commitment. A “side hustle” can be a good compromise.
The days of having a step-by-step career in one organisation are past, and new models of work are emerging. Changes once seen as radical are no longer seen as unusual, but to make them work takes planning, awareness and self-organisation. Michelle Gibbings outlines how to make a career leap.