The following article ‘Extra emissions are the dirty little secret of electric cars’ was published in The Australian by Dr Bjorn Lomborg. This article discusses some misconceptions of electric cars and their role in environmental solutions.
Most of us will never be billionaires – but we can dream right? If you have been lucky enough to receive jewellery, a fine watch or vintage wine as a gift — it’s a good idea to look after it carefully. Some of the world’s most valuable items are heirlooms that people have held onto for years.
It often seems every time we try to improve our lives, our relationships or our business we encounter more unwanted challenges in the process. This is why the majority of people that set themselves a goal never actually achieve it. They are unprepared for CRAP. We explore the four challenges that comprise CRAP (Criticism – Rejection – Apathy – Pressure) and how to manage these to set up a great platform for future success.
Cirque Du Soleil is a Canadian entertainment company that is the largest theatrical producer in the world. Founded by two former street performers it has grown from humble beginnings to shows in over 300 cities on every continent except Antarctica. The inspirational story of co-founder Guy Laliberté and the evolution of this amazing entertainment phenomenon is a must read.
We see low or zero interest car finance advertised all the time. Sounds good, doesn’t it? But as the saying goes, if it seems too good to be true it usually is. So who is really paying for you to have an interest free car loan? In this article, we explore how subvention finance works and who’s really paying your interest!
Securing finance for your company’s plant and equipment can be a daunting exercise, but doesn’t need to be. Whether you require a finance advisor, a specialist in plant and equipment finance, or you simply want to ask some questions about your options, a call to our office will help guide you through the maze. In the meantime, here are the fundamentals.
For those taking note of all the negative news on the coal industry and the impact on our regional economy, the following report may be of interest. Prepared by the office of the Chief Economist, Department of Industry and Science, it presents a more positive future for the Australian coal industry.
Cars and trains are the two primary modes of passenger transport in Australia, but by 2017, cars will be produced solely overseas. Both the motor vehicle manufacturing industry and the railway equipment manufacturing and repair industry have faced sustained strong import penetration and high local wage costs over the past five years. In spite of this, the two industries are on divergent paths