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Building brands in the digital age

Strong brands create emotional connections between a business and its customers, and this can generate substantial value – the top 100 brand assets in Australia, for example, were worth $143 billion in 2017.

Deloitte Australian Mortgage Report 2018

The Deloitte team analyses the Australian mortgage market, and considers issues and disrupters in the sector, including technology, open data, pricing and broker evolution, and how these areas are expected to play out over the next 12-24 months.

APPEA Conference 2018

The Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (APPEA) Conference and Exhibition 2018 focused on “Resilient business – success in the new energy market”. The three-day event brought together international experts and Australian industry leaders to shine a spotlight on the key issues facing the oil and gas industry.

ACS Australia’s Digital Pulse 2018

This report from Deloitte Access Economics and the Australian Computer Society provides an annual snapshot of trends in the Australian digital economy and workforce. This year, the report examines Australia’s international competitiveness and how to improve our performance to drive digital growth.

Screen production in Australia

Australians are engaging with more screen content than ever, but what is the state of the local screen production sector?

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The next opportunities in Agribusiness

This edition of the Agribusiness Bulletin takes a look at where the next opportunities are in agribusiness and which sub-sectors still offer the greatest growth opportunities for the Australian economy.

Bringing classical music to more ears at the Melbourne Chamber Orchestra

Deloitte is proud to be helping Melbourne Chamber Orchestra (MCO) to bring their special music to more people's ears.

Harnessing the future of mobility

As social and technological trends converge and shape the way people and goods move from A to B, change is happening quickly. The public sector has a major role to play in making the emerging mobility ecosystem work for everyone.

The challenge of paying for smart cities projects

Often complex, with multiple sector stakeholders and unknown technology risks, smart cities projects require cities to identify innovative business models and alternative funding and financing mechanisms to make delivering smart infrastructure viable and financeable.

Donating and volunteering behaviour associated with religiosity

Deloitte Access Economics was engaged by The Study of the Economic Impact of Religion on Society (SEIROS) to examine the economic impact of religiosity (specifically, attendance at religious services of any organised religious denomination) on giving and volunteering behaviour in Australia, using data from a national survey of over 7,000 Australians.

Crunch Time IV: Blockchain for finance

We explore business blockchains and how they're transforming the work of finance organisations around the world. From cloud computing and robotics to analytics, cognitive technologies, and blockchain, a new class of digital disruptors is transforming finance work.

Impact of e-Conveyancing on the conveyancing industry

In a report for PEXA, Deloitte Access Economics has analysed the current experiences of practitioners using an electronic conveyancing system and estimated the potential benefits to the industry under a 100% digital process.

Meaningful brands

In the new world of commerce, with various paths to purchase, it will be harder for brands to influence the consumer. And with the rise of voice ordering and private label, brands will increasingly be at the mercy of an algorithm. This will create the ultimate test of the strength of the brand.

Federal Budget 2018-19

The Federal Treasurer, Mr Scott Morrison, handed down his third Federal Budget at 7.30 pm (AEST) on Tuesday 8 May 2018.

Deloitte Millennial Survey 2018 – the Australian cut

Australian millennials remain uneasy about the future: worried about terrorism, robots taking their jobs, and unemployment generally, and they have little confidence in the ability of business or politicians to help them.

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