Issue 18, August 2011
Welcome to the Eighteenth edition of Private Matters
In this most difficult of months Peter Switzer reviews conditions after the Greek debt crisis and Obama’s dramas.
Also in the issue Deloitte Access Economics (DAE) promotes their highly regarded publications; Danny Rezek discusses the future of electric vehicles; and Tharani Jegatheeswaran tells us how satisfying the Not-for-Profit sector can be.
Tim Norman and Rachel Smith are two of our Melbourne experts in retail and consumer patterns and they discuss what makes some retail businesses fail while others thrive!
Deloitte Private has strong local knowledge as well as access to global networks to help us best advise and service Australian private business. We hope you find these exclusive articles useful to your business this year.
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Private Matters, Issue 18
|The Switzer Market Review
Two major issues played on the minds of investors around the world throughout July and creeping into early August. Read more.
|Why some big retailers are closing the doors in 2011
It seems everybody has a pet theory as to why retailers fall over so quickly after many years of successful trading. The internet, a moribund economy, next-to-no staffing levels. Read more.
|Not for Profits - a helping hand
Improving the strategic and operational capacity of Australian Not for Profits means increasing the valuable impact they have on our society. Read more.
|Deloitte Access Economics publication for Private clients
Earlier this year the directors and staff of Access Economics joined Deloitte to create Australia’s leading economics advisory practice, now known as Deloitte Access Economics. Read more.
|Electric Vehicles the next challenge for consumers
A recent study has signalled to car manufacturers just how important the price of fuel is to consumers when faced with new motoring technologies such as electric vehicles. Read more.