Originally published: News.com.au, 9 September 2019 Many Australians are struggling to declutter their homes and are feeling stressed and weighed down by old and unused items. Despite the KonMari craze sweeping the world, a survey has found that a staggering 88 per cent of Australians still feel like their homes are being cluttered up...

Originally published: The Australian Financial Review, 02 September 2019 Generation X has taken over control of corporate Australia, producing a new wave of CEOs who are far more international than their US counterparts and are more likely to have been promoted from within. The important attributes for a CEO, in the opinion of...

Originally published: Daily Bulletin, 30 August 2019 As the debate around parental leave policy rages across Australia, new research reveals workers are calling for better support to be given to fathers, so that they can play a more active role in parenting the next generation. Commissioned by leading global HR services and recruitment...

Originally published: Yahoo! Finance, 27 March 2019 Despite the series of high-profile scandals it’s been through in the last few years, Facebook is the world’s biggest social media network with around 2.41 billion users – but it definitely doesn’t mean people are enamoured with it. In fact just recently, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak...

Originally published: News.com.au, 20 July 2019 New research suggests that Australians aged in their 20s are saving more of their cash — outside of superannuation — than any other age group, and a house deposit remains their top target. Almost two thirds of Australians born in the 1990s started saving as soon as...

Originally published: Which-50, 17 July 2019 Consumer sentiment is increasingly hostile to the concept of businesses harvesting their personal data for commercial reasons. Yet the same time, more consumers than ever before expect a personalised experience and are increasingly loyal to the brands that understand them. It is this seemingly paradoxical contrast between...

Originally published: Which-50, 15 July 2019 As Australia’s buy now pay later (BNPL) bill races towards $1 billion, driven by the popularity of services like AfterPay and ZipPay new research commissioned by Which-50 paints a picture of growing impulsivity especially by younger consumers and raises some questions about the sustainability of the...

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