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Originally published: The Australian, 1 December 2019 Knowledge about Australia’s sweeping open banking regime, which begins in two months, is at dramatically low levels, a new survey has found. More than three-quarters of 1000 people surveyed last month by market research firm Pureprofile said they didn’t know about open banking. Just 11...

Originally published: Warc, 28 November 2019 Australian consumers are adamant that organisations should not track their behaviour without getting explicit permission first, according to research commissioned by Which-50. It’s clear from the survey results, conducted by Pureprofile, that most people, from Gen Z to Baby Boomers, are very protective of their privacy. “There were...

Originally published: Dynamic Business, 27 November 2019 Hiring the wrong person, at any stage of business, can be extremely detrimental and costly in a number of ways that aren’t only financial. Of course there are the associated costs with spending time replacing that person, and the on-boarding and re-training of the newbie… and...

Originally published: Which-50, 18 November 2019 Consumers comprehensively reject the practice of brands, publishers and platforms tracking their internet behaviour without their explicit consent, according to research commissioned by Which-50. Yet few sites or services allow for this, and instead assume implicit acceptance based on terms and conditions which few consumers have read...

Originally published: Dynamic Business, 18 November 2019 Almost 9 out of 10 small business owners agree that an insurance claim has the potential to put them out of business, cause them to lose revenue, or dry up cash flow. Despite these statistics, 62 per cent of SMEs said they are unlikely to have...

Originally published: Dynamic Business, 13 November 2019 Diversity is often talked about in the context of work, but rarely specifically defined. We wanted to change that slightly today, and get into the nitty-gritty of what true diversity actually looks like for teams right now according to our business leaders. Employees of different backgrounds,...

Christmas is a time of togetherness. It’s a chance to reflect on the year just gone and to enjoy the traditions that we each personally hold dear. It’s also a time of spending - the giving and receiving of gifts is a prolific part of the Christmas culture. Research conducted by...

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