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  • How creativity drives business success
    Celebrated Chief Marketing Officer and Partner at Deloitte Australia, David Redhill, outlines his creative formula for corporate success in the next Currency House Creativity and Business Breakfast on Wednesday 17 September
  • CEO of Queensland Reconstruction Authority to join Deloitte
    Graeme Newton, Chief Executive Officer of the world renowned Queensland Reconstruction Authority, will join global professional services firm Deloitte Australia (Deloitte) in October
  • A trillion dollar issue
    The impact of financial crime on an organisation’s brand, reputation and revenue is significant.
  • Global Powers of Consumer Products 2014
    The 7th annual Global Powers of Consumer Products identifies the world’s 250 largest consumer products companies, as well as industry trends and M&A activity.
  • Sharps Heavy Equipment Repairs to emerge from Voluntary Administration
    Queensland-based mining services operator Sharps Heavy Equipment Repairs Pty Ltd (Sharps, Administrators Appointed) is to emerge from Voluntary Administration, ensuring a future for the business and jobs for more than 80 employees.
  • Maker movement is built on connected creativity, according to Deloitte’s Centre for the Edge
    Maker movement is built on connected creativity, according to Deloitte’s Centre for the Edge.
  • Operational intelligence
    Insightful use of information focuses on operational intelligence as one of the key levers for uplifting operational efficiency.
  • Cybercrime is not just a tech problem
    Cybercrime is increasing in frequency, size and sophistication so technological defences alone are no longer sufficient.
  • NFC is failing but drugs may save payments
    Near Field Communication (NFC) was hyped to be the vehicle by which we would abandon our leather wallets but it hasn’t happened yet.
  • Women in Information and Communications Technology
    Women in ICT - Perspectives and Perceptions, details how women comprise less than 20% of the Australian ICT workforce and identifies essential skil sets needed to recruit into the ICT industry.