Australia’s governments can free up an estimated $2.5 billion in additional funds over the next 15 years through improved purchasing decisions and processes for professional services supporting infrastructure delivery
Deloitte financial services experts identify 2015 as a year of continuing regulatory and political uncertainty. This will require constant flexibility and agility to ‘get the house in order’ to be in a better position to find and harness opportunities to be innovative and meet customer needs.
Financial conservatism served companies well in the downturn but in today’s economic conditions may be dragging companies into a vicious circle of cash accumulation at the expense of investment in growth. New research suggests Australian markets are more rewarding of companies spending astutely in the pursuit of growth.
Discover major Technology, Media & Telecomms trends that will impact your business in the 2015 edition of Deloitte’s predictions for the TMT sectors. They reveal the perspectives gained from hundreds of conversations with industry leaders, and thousands of consumer interviews across the globe.
Risks are evolving faster than business can react and businesses needs to transform their thinking about cyber security.
Deloitte Access Economics' latest Business Outlook for Australia and each state and territory.
Deloitte Australia is delighted to announce the appointment of Cindy Hook as its new CEO, effective 1 February 2015.
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