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  • State of Queensland Agriculture
    The recently released State of Queensland agriculture report set the baseline against which the Queensland Government’s ambitious strategy to double agricultural production by 2040 will be measured.
  • 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.
  • ATO Releases – Rulings/Determinations
    Read about the latest rulings and determinations by the ATO.
  • A New Penalty Regime for SMSF Trustees
    The new administrative directions and penalties for contraventions relating to self-managed superannuation funds will become effective from 1 July 2014 and applies to contraventions on or after that date.
  • Legislation
    On 24 March 2014, the Government released ED legislation and explanatory material concerning proposed amendments to prevent “dividend washing”.
  • Cases
    Read about the latest tax cases.
  • SuperStream: Super Contribution Data & Payment Standards – A Guide to Employer Requirements
    From 1 July 2014, the SuperStream Data and Payment Standards become mandatory for large and medium employers (with 20 or more employees as at 1 July 2014).
  • Division 293 Tax – contribution surcharge on very high income earners
    Division 293 tax notices are starting to be issued by the Tax Office. We discuss the concept of Division 293 tax and its application from 1 July 2012.
  • 2014-15 WA Budget Brief
    The new Western Australian Treasurer, Mike Nahan handed down a ‘no surprises’ budget on May 8, largely adopting previous government commitments on infrastructure spending and avoiding any hard decisions on revenue or expenditure.
  • Protecting the knowledge economy
    While the value of intellectual property (IP) can be difficult to quantify, protecting inventions, designs, images, symbols and logos, as well as systems, processes, business plans, and customer lists developed by individuals or businesses is critical.
  • Fraud and corruption health check – why you need it and what should it look like
    The risks and realities of fraud and corruption are widely recognised as a significant issue for organisations, regardless of industry or geography.
  • Broadcast sports rights: premium plus
  • Media Predictions
  • 'Cordless' video-on-demand leaps in Sub-Saharan Africa
    We have predicted a million additional users of this service in 2014, which is equivalent to about 250,000 homes.
  • eVisits: the 21st century housecall
    A common misperception is that an eVisit is just like an in-person doctor visit except conducted over videoconference. In reality, this type of eVisit represents only about a tenth of the market and offers little cost savings.
  • Performance rights lift recorded music revenues
    To maximize revenues from performance rights – and to deliver growth to the sector – the music industry should consider the following.
  • Wearables: the eyes have it
    Wearable computing represents a tantalizing and lucrative market that is presently characterized by a degree of uncertainty.
  • Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs): not yet disruptive, but the future looks bright
    MOOCs are a fast-growing trend in the educational landscape. In the short term, MOOCs aren’t a threat to traditional higher education providers, and in fact might never be a threat, even in the long term.
  • Broadcast sports rights: premium plus
    Premium sports represent a small portion of all televised sports activity as measured by number of minutes shown; yet they capture the lion’s share of revenue and viewer interest.
  • Doubling up on PayTV
    This trend is counter to historical expectations of ‘cord cutting’, whereby households would either drop their pay-television subscription altogether, or replace their platform-based subscription with a SVOD package.
  • One became many: the tablet market stratifies
    Tablets have gained popularity with extraordinary speed, and manufacturers will have to work hard to stay on top of the evolution of the market. There appear to be more users and use cases for tablets than many had imagined.
  • 'Ruggedized' data devices at $250: reinventing the business case for mobile field force
    Ruggedized devices will expand the market to tens of millions of additional field force workers around the world, helping to increase their productivity by enabling a range of connected applications.
  • Technology Predictions
  • Telecommunications Predictions
  • Television measurement: for better and worse
    The current approach to quantifying TV consumption was most accurate when there were relatively few channels and no other viewing choices—viewers watched all video content on TV sets.
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