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Private Matters

Issue 5, June 2010

 

Welcome to Private Matters, Deloitte Private’s monthly electronic publication focussing on topical issues which are relevant to you, our clients.

Deloitte Private has a local knowledge, coupled with access to global networks which uniquely positions us to best service the Australian private market. More Find out more about Private Matters, Deloitte's electronic publication focusing on topical business issues

The Switzer Market Review The Switzer market review  
Just as the global financial crisis appeared to be winding to a close, some worrying issues over the past month have blurred the international economic outlook.  More
The Federal Budget and private business What did private businesses think of the 2010 Federal Budget?
Deloitte Private produced a snap poll to gauge the views on this year’s Budget - over 80 senior business leaders’ from private companies completed the poll.  More
Customer Relationship Managemet - are you in touch? Customer Relationship Management - are you in touch?
As markets show signs of recovery, what customer retention lessons can we learn from one of most affected industries globally, the retail motor industry.  More
Improve your cash forecasting Improve your cash forecasting
The current Global Financial Crisis (GFC) has refocused businesses on their bank balances and cash management practices including the development of stronger cash forecasting procedures. Now that economic conditions appear to be improving, can we throw our forecasts out the window?  More
Improve your cash forecasting Are you positioned for growth?
One of the fundamental principles for many businesses is to position for growth and to have a strategy to do this. Unfortunately we find that this is overlooked in many businesses.  More
Who will fill your shoes? Who will fill your shoes?
As the majority of baby boomers retire over the next ten years, business succession will be vital for the long-term survival of many privately held Australian businesses.  More
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