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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 policies that can support technology-led growth and the digital workforce boom.
Since the mid-1980s, Adelaide and South Australia’s economy has trailed the rest of Australia. The manufacturing industry is now much less important and while the other big manufacturing state, Victoria, has found new high-powered engines of growth, Adelaide’s been stuck behind in third gear.
The Voice of Asia series brings to life the challenges and opportunities facing the Asia Pacific region now and in the future. In the second edition we focus on how Asia is uniquely positioned to drive innovation, growth and connectivity – powered by digital engagement.
What can we expect from the Budget this year? From housing affordability measures to the cash economy and more, we take a look at the key budget issues across the tax terrain. Connect with us on Twitter (@FederalBudget) for the latest updates and analysis.
Additional featured reports
Retail trends: Vol. 2 - A guide to virtual and augmented reality for Australian retailers
VR and AR are new to the scene, but their applications for business are growing by the day. We explore some recent developments and outline how retailers can integrate the technology across their business.
Imagine what it will take to drive the future state and prosperity of Sydney – one that is positioned to flourish over the next decade.
What’s over the horizon? Recognising opportunity in uncertainty
In the sixth edition of our Building the Lucky Country series, we ask ourselves what’s over the horizon? A question frequently asked in an increasingly uncertain world, the answer is more difficult to predict. The key to moving forward is seeking better and more detailed information about a wider range of possible futures. In What’s over the horizon? Recognising opportunity in uncertainty, we take a close look at three plausible futures for Australia.
Abolishment of 457 visa program
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has today announced the abolishment of the subclass 457 visa program. This announcement follows lengthy reviews and in-depth analysis of the subclass 457 visa program over recent years, and has been labelled as a government strategy to put ‘Australians first’.
Guiding our way through disruption
Katherine Milesi and David Johnson both explore the new world of disruptive innovation in financial advice into the future.
Mortgage Report 2017
The predictions for the Australian mortgage market in 2017 from Australia’s leading lenders and mortgage brokers are for an increasingly personalised, subdued market, dominated by issues of availability and affordability, and international regulation.
Global Human Capital Trends 2017
Organisations face a radically shifting context for the workforce, the workplace, and the world of work. Our survey of more than 10,000 business and HR leaders from 140 countries reveals 10 areas for businesses to focus on to better organise, manage, develop, and align people at work.
The digital revolution
By bringing together our understanding of shareholder value, mining operations, technology and analytics, we have developed an approach to the “digital mine” which helps mining organisations make the most of the digital opportunity and avoid the many potential pitfalls that come with the adoption of new technologies.
Risk & Regulatory Review
In this edition of Deloitte’s Risk and Regulatory Review we herald some of the pressure points ahead for financial services organisations and highlight emerging opportunities.
Tourism and Hotel Market Outlook
Deloitte’s Tourism and Hotel Market Outlook provides insight and analysis of the trends and issues confronting the Australian tourism and hotel sectors.
Millennial Survey 2017
Just eight percent of Australian Millennials believe they will be better off than their parents and only four percent believe they will be happier.