Business Trends

  • change

    Why successful CFO’s are ‘invisible change leaders’

    Disruption is an opportunity for CFO’s to make positive change within their organisation – not something to be feared, according…

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  • How Praxity Firms are helping not-for-profits overcome major accounting challenges

    Praxity firms can help the not-for-profit (NFP) sector with the increasingly complex set of accounting challenges that escalate considerably in…

    by Ian Lavis
  • ‘Wrapping brand in Strategy’ – a case study

    Every organisation should be wrapping their brand in strategy. This sounds like a nice hook, but what does it really…

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  • audit

    Secrets of Auditors … Finally Revealed!

    Let’s refer to the discussions, debates and sensitive issues which have been documented in the audit file as the “Chamber…

    by Jeffery Luckins
  • CFO and CMO

    Why a CMO is a CFO’s greatest ally

    Here’s some relationship advice…It’s time to make the Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) your greatest ally on the c-suite and perhaps…

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  • tariff, Trump, trade

    ‘Trump Trade War’

    The Trump Administration’s recent decision to impose comprehensive tariffs against the importation of a wide range of steel and aluminium…

    by Geoff Short
  • Entering a safe harbour – part two

    Following on from part one in this series; where we discussed meeting the criteria of Safe Harbour and developing a…

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  • board meeting

    A board for the times and the CFO

    Don’t underestimate the power of the CFO’s voice on a board. The CFO and board role is crucial for helping…

    by Jamie McKeough
  • Social Media Strategies Still Need the Authentic Touch

    Like it or loathe it, social media is now an integral part of doing business. For many professionals, it’s an…

    by Mark Fenton-Jones
  • The reality of the role of virtual CFOs in IPOs

    As activity within the Initial Public Offering (IPO) market in Australia continues to push along with vigour, more companies are…

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  • In these current market conditions businesses need to become antifragile

    When Venus Williams famously once said: “You can never get complacent because a loss is always around the corner,” this…

    by Liz Smith
  • Top 9 tips for doing business in Asia

    According to Austrade, China has been Australia’s largest trading partner since 2009, with two-way trade valued at over $150 billion…

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  • When uncertainty is on the menu

    CFOs have faced a lot of uncertainty in their area of responsibility in the past year, and will continue to…

    by Mark Fenton-Jones
  • While hackers are out for attention, it’s what’s inside that counts

    Whether driven by industrial espionage or hacktivism, calculated and sophisticated data leaks have been making headlines worldwide in recent years…

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  • Social media and the CFO

    While social media was once seen as the domain of the marketing team, the growth of social media and the…

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  • The Tax impact of Brexit

    As the political debate ensues in the wake of the UK’s Brexit referendum, many are left asking what the tax…

    by Greg Travers
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