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Making innovation a priority in your industry
Innovation is the cornerstone of business. In fact, penetration into a specific industry by a startup is driven by a new idea or a unique operating model.
6 ways 3D printing is revolutionising manufacturing
In this day and age, there is no denying the incredible impact that 3D printing has had, not only on the landscape of manufacturing, but in numerous other fields as well. Even the ...
Palaszczuk budget delivers for agriculture & mines in tough times
The Palaszczuk Government will invest $29.7 million in 2015-16 to support drought-affected landholders, protect water resources and underpin the sustainable management and use of ...
Ai Group: QLD budget 'sound' but immediate pressures remain
Ai Group Queensland State Director Jemima Dunn expressed approval of the 2015-16 Queensland budget’s view to improve State finances through debt reduction and encouraging the greater ...
$20.9m to be pumped into WA renewable mining project
The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has announced $20.9 million support for a 10.6 MW solar PV installation with storage at the DeGrussa Copper Mine in Western Australia. ...
How the right chain cables can reduce costs and increase efficiency
IndustrySearch spoke to John Sharp, National Sales Manager from Treotham Automation about the technology behind chain cables and why purchasing with quality in mind should be one of ...
AMWU calls on Abbott Govt to sustain naval shipbuilding industry
According to the Australian Manufacturing Workers' Union (AMWU), the latest report of the Senate Inquiry into naval shipbuilding paints a 'grim' picture of the perilous future faced ...
Trusted Trader Program to bring red tape relief for business
According to Australian Industry Group Chief Executive Innes Willox, the Trusted Trader Program will ensure that Australian exporters and importers who already comply with the rules ...
Growth in iron ore to contribute $600bn to economy over next decade
Australia's iron ore industry has capitalised on a decade of unprecedented volume and price growth to create a market position stronger after the commodities boom than it was before. ...
PHAA claim Shenhua's Watermark mine 'threatens' food security & health
The Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA) strongly opposes the federal Environment Minister's decision to approve a new open-cut Shenhua coalmine on the Liverpool Plains near ...
Offshore petroleum resources developed for continued LNG investment
The Commonwealth-Western Australia (WA) Offshore Petroleum Joint Authority has granted the renewal of five Commonwealth retention leases which are earmarked for the proposed Browse ...
Ai Group argues manufacturers risk losing out on FTA benefits
According to Australian Industry Group Chief Executive, Innes Willox, the overall aim of Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) should always be to provide a net benefit to Australian companies, ...
IBISWorld reveals the industries set to fly and fall in 2015-16
As Australian companies enter the new financial year, business information analysts at IBISWorld reveal the industries set to flourish and those set to flounder over the next 12 ...
6 things a great business leader does every day
If the road to success came with accurate directions Forbes Rich List would be gridlocked. Quite simply, there is no tried and true 'Do this, do that, then do that' formula for ...
Minimum wages to be increased by 2.5% from 1 July 2015
The Fair Work Ombudsman has reminded employers about an increase in the minimum wage from the 1st of July.
How to buy the right forklift for your needs
They lift heavy things, they carry heavy things, and they put heavy things on high shelves. End of story, right? Far from it. Buying a forklift is like buying a suit; if it doesn't ...
The Benefits of Embedded Software for Industrial Automation
I'll have a boot loader with kernels and a side order of systems-on chips, thanks. And go easy on the protocols. It's called embedded software and it's the fast fuel of the future ...
NSW Budget to improve infrastructure, productivity & competitiveness
The NSW Budget is a credible plan for building the state's productive capacity and laying the foundations for stronger economic growth in the longer term, according to Australian ...
Advanced manufacturing tax competitiveness key to commercialising R&D
A more competitive corporate tax rate would enable Australia to attract valuable investment in advanced manufacturing and in turn convert its world leading R&D into fully-fledged ...
'Optimism, trepidation' as China-Australia FTA signed
"Ai Group welcomes the official signing today of the China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA), and, importantly, the release of the final details of the agreement," Ai Group ...
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