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30.May, 2020 0

In coronavirus economy, small business owners get creative – ABC News

Updated May 30, 2020 07:55:19 On Australia’s longest continuous shopping strip, small businesses are hacking what they do to stay afloat. But for most, the future remains highly uncertain. The traders on Sydney Road in Melbourne like to say it’s the longest shopping strip in the southern hemisphere. Once the…

29.May, 2020 0

Australia’s back in business – but nothing is usual – The Australian Financial Review

The association, which represents services for about 60 per cent of all deaths in Australia, has asked premiers to urgently rethink contradictory rules. Funeral homes aren’t the only businesses grappling with new rules. Pubs and restaurants have been busy measuring floor space to comply with social distancing rules, while also…

29.May, 2020 0

Potential Virgin bidders ‘nervous’ about lack of government support – The Guardian

Potential bidders for Virgin Australia have expressed anxiety over the lack of financial support for the stricken airline from the Morrison government, Guardian Australia has learned. Sources close to the sales process said four shortlisted purchasers, who are due to lodge indicative bids for the airline on Friday, were becoming…

29.May, 2020 0

Coronavirus crossroads: Is this Australia’s chance to change how we do business for the better? – SmartCompany.com.au

Immediation executive director Nick Northcott. Covid-19 has had a dramatic impact on business operations; in many ways for the better. Amid the confusion of the past few months, we have learnt that online business can increase customer access and satisfaction, and we have seen both sides of business come together…

29.May, 2020 0

More than half of Australian businesses accessing JobKeeper – The Canberra Times

More than half of Australian businesses are using the JobKeeper wage subsidy to stay afloat, as questions remain about the future of the scheme. The latest Australian Bureau of Statistics business survey shows nearly three quarters of businesses accessed government support measures as a result of COVID-19. This included accessing…

28.May, 2020 0

Australia “heading for small business disaster” – MacroBusiness

Simon Reynolds, founder of The Fortune Institute, claims Australia is “heading for a small business disaster” and has called for further assistance from the federal government: “We are heading for a small business disaster”… “The government has offered them temporary money, but that will run out fast. YOU MAY ALSO…

28.May, 2020 0

‘We’ve kicked the can down the road’: Australian businesses brace for slow recovery – The Guardian

For the thousands of small businesses, which have been the beneficiary of many of the Covid-related measures announced by the government over the past three months, the landscape after September is particularly treacherous. The single biggest unknown is the extent to which they will be able to resume business. It’s…

28.May, 2020 0

Murdoch shuts 112 Australia print papers in major digital shift – BBC News

Image copyright Getty Images Rupert Murdoch’s newspaper business in Australia has said more than 100 of its newspapers will become digital-only or disappear entirely. From next month it will make 76 regional and local papers online-only and close another 36 altogether. News Corp Australia said the move will mean job…

28.May, 2020 0

News Corp shuts down more than 100 print titles, hundreds of jobs to go – Sydney Morning Herald

“Over recent months we have undertaken a comprehensive review of our regional and community newspapers. This review considered the ongoing consumer shift to reading and subscribing news online, and the acceleration of businesses using digital advertising,” Mr Miller said. News Corp Australasia executive chairman Michael Miller told staff the business…

27.May, 2020 0

Coronavirus has shown us the future of work and it could mean more Australians living in regional areas – ABC News

More Australians working from home during the coronavirus pandemic could pave the way for people to move out of the cities and take their jobs with them. Key points: The Regional Australia Council 2031 includes major Australian employers such as Telstra, NBN Co and Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Telstra human…