Retail legend and philanthropist, Marc Besen, died on Tuesday, aged 99.
Australians have spent the past few years “going from one disaster to the next”, leading to extreme fatigue, adrenal fatigue, and, in many cases, burnout. Under new Federal Government laws, employers are legally responsible for supporting employee psycho-social well-being. But with poor mental health costing the Australian economy between $12.2 billion and $22.5 billion, there is much more work to be done.
Athan Didaskalou and Richard Li, the co-founders of prestige luggage brand, July, started the business after tossing up a number of product ideas in categories primed for a shake-up. Five years later, July – the premium, design and innovation-focused luggage brand – is one of the fastest growing companies in a category that up until five years ago, was an outdated, dying category.
Australian hospitality tech platform Ordermentum has acquired food marketplace Foodbomb and raised $16 million in a bid to accelerate its national growth strategy and to further digitise the food and beverage industry.
Australian airline Qantas has been dealt another blow to its reputation after losing a High Court appeal to a Federal Court ruling that it illegally sacked 17,000 ground staff during the pandemic.
Three Australian companies have made it onto this year’s Forbes Asia’s 100 to Watch list and all share two key characteristics.
omain Property Group CEO Jason Pellegrino speaks exclusively to Forbes Australia about his role in transforming one of Australia’s largest digital property platforms and his unique management style.
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60% of businesses would experience a cyber attack if security was breached, a report by Accenture has found.
Four out of five consumers are prioritising value for money when shopping, as economic pressures mount, according to new research conducted by YouGov on behalf of Shopify. However, consumers are willing to treat themselves to small luxuries, or save for larger items that they find value in – such as Taylor Swift concerts, Shopify Australia’s James Johnson says.