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What does the future hold for technology, media, and telecommunications in Australia? We take a local look at the global trends that offer growth and transformation opportunities across the business landscape in 2021 and beyond.
Whether it’s the information used by your computer systems to identify and establish trust that an organisation, person, application or electronic device is what is claimed, digital identity should be at the core of any leading, data-driven organisation.
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission engaged Deloitte Access Economics to assess competition in the Australian managed funds industry. This report presents interim findings regarding competition in managed funds, focusing on outcomes for retail investors. It seeks comments from industry stakeholders.
We understand that in these times of greater distance, family enterprises need to work more closely than ever. From succession planning to building and maintaining trust in your family business, we are with you every step of the way.
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Australian CFO optimisim has bounced back from a severe COVID-induced shock, with the strength of the country’s economic recovery supporting a return to more positive sentiment after the confronting year that was 2020.
What consumer trends and disruptive technologies will have the most impact on the automotive industry in the year ahead? Explore the data and insights from the 12th year of Deloitte’s Global Automotive Consumer Study and discover how more than 24,000 consumers from 23 countries are feeling about electric vehicles, vehicle purchasing, financing, and more.
This report explores the critical role of risk culture, underpinned by ethical foundations of purpose and values, to accelerate recovery into thriving and new world resilience.
The top 10 issues transforming the future of mining
In today’s world of perpetual disruption, it’s time for organisations to shift from a survive mindset to a thrive mindset. Making this shift depends on an organisation’s becoming—and remaining—distinctly human at its core, because today’s environment of extreme dynamism calls for a degree of courage, judgment, and flexibility that only humans can bring.
Digital addiction, privacy concerns, wearable wellness and the 5G boom – these The 2021 Marketing trends are the findings of Deloitte’s quantitative and qualitative research from over 400 c-suite executives and 2500 consumers from around the globe.
This report explores the idea that has been a long time coming. What if we re-architected work models to provide complete trust, autonomy and flexibility for employees in when and where, and how and why work gets done? What if we followed a new set of philosophies to re-imagine work in ways that elevates human potential?
The Deloitte WA Index provided some much-needed good news for investors, growing 2.5% in October, a whisker stronger than the All Ordinaries which gained 2.1% and bucking the trend of international counterparts which all lost ground.
The Ethics Centre commissioned Deloitte Access Economics to develop a framework to quantify the economic and social benefits of a more ethical Australia.
The energy sector continues to undergo unprecedented change. The convergence of climate and environmental issues with social expectations is being accelerated by large technology as well as changing market and investment dynamics.
Digital addiction, privacy concerns, wearable wellness and the 5G boom – these were the trends we saw unfolding at the beginning of 2020. But the impact of COVID-19 has shaken these developments and moved our world onto a new path.
A global benchmarking study that identifies leading practices and reveals opportunities for Australian digital banking.