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New country-of-origin labelling laws for food

Kathryn Edghill Lead Partner Kathryn is the lead partner of the firm’s Australian Competition Law practice with more than 25 years’ experience specialising in competition law...

Hays Recruitment study finds expectations disparity between bosses and employees

The report on staff engagement by recruiting experts Hays found a disparity of up to 13 per cent between what people say engages them...

World-first payment and point of sale system on one device

Commonwealth Bank and Kounta have teamed up to add a new POS app to CommBank’s market-leading eftpos tablet, known as Albert, to integrate a...

Is your technology creating a blur?

Igor Simic Marketing and Commercial Manager Igor is the Marketing and Commercial Manager at WorldSmart. With a career spanning more than 12 years across the technology...

American Express links with Square

Under a partnership between American Express and the San Francisco-based financial services company, Square, businesses in Australia are poised to be set up with...

New small businesses on the rise

New figures show the number of small businesses in Australia has increased by more than 21,500. Minister for Small Business and Assistant Treasurer Kelly O’Dwyer...

Suppliers and the Food and Grocery Code of Conduct

Is your grocery-supply agreement compliant? Last year was a big one for grocery suppliers. Following years of consultation with major food retailers and the Australian...

COSBOA: changes to tax and skills systems needed

Council of Small Business of Australia (COSBOA) has released its pre-budget submission, which outlines recommendations to grow the Australian economy and support small businesses...

Shopper convenience the top retail development driver

Price competition is significant now, but expected to lose importance. Convenience is now considered the number one influencer on retail development globally, according to GfK’s latest retail trend...

Five retail trends for Australia in 2016

The Australian retail industry is under significant pressure from consumer-based forces such as increasingly diverse customer segments, the rise of the digital generation and the...

Eliminating excess stock

No matter what time of year, businesses are looking at ways to maximise sales but are stuck with excess stock that’s been going nowhere. Depending on...

Real-time mobile app to fight organised retail crime

With organised retail crime on the rise, retailers now have a way to track theft events and manage in-store radio frequency electronic article surveillance (RF EAS) activity in real time...
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Plant-based meats delivered right to your door

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General Mills pushing hard to keep shelves full

General Mills is collaborating with suppliers, partners and customers to respond to increased customer demand caused by pantry-stocking. Brands by General Mills includes: Cherrios, Annie’s,...

Pandemic will put sustainability concerns on hold

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Doritos Dew a new refreshing flavour

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Suncorp announces insurance relief

The Small Business COVID-19 Relief Package launched by Suncorp Group aims to support small and medium-sized business insurance customers impacted by coronavirus. The package includes...