Research is used in a multitude of different industries in a multitude of different ways. Sometimes it’s used to make informed business decisions, while in the PR and broader media industry, they’re used to gain an understanding of the people, the results of which are often newsworthy. When research produces such...

Originally published: Marketing mag, 06 June 2019 Advances in technology have raised many challenging issues around privacy, ethics and human rights, says Uwana Evers. It’s up to those in the industry to ensure a solid ethical framework for technology going forward. From self-driving cars that ‘choose’ whether to prioritise driver or pedestrian safety to...

Originally published: Dynamic Business, 05 June 2019 Today we are talking about investing. Specifically, what small-to-medium businesses are choosing to invest in to further expand their success. It can be a tricky thing to invest a big sum of money with confidence, however with the right expertise behind you a good investment can really...

Originally published: Adviser Voice, 04 June 2019 TAL, a leading Australian life insurance specialist, yesterday announced the launch of Health Sense Plus – a program that rewards Australians who embrace preventative health by providing discounts on their life insurance premiums. Health Sense Plus is available to TAL’s Accelerated Protection customers and it builds...

Originally published: Sheppnews.com.au, 31 May 2019 Motorists are being urged to put road safety at the forefront of their minds today for national Fatality Free Friday. Run by the Australian Road Safety Foundation, the annual event is designed to focus public attention on road safety and encourage all road users to think and...

Originally published: Daily Bulletin, 21 May 2019 Young Aussies’ priorities in life are changing over time, with surprising new research from leading health comparison site comparethemarket.com.au revealing that younger demographics value their health above any other life factor. The finding comes from an independent, nationally representative survey, commissioned by comparethemarket.com.au, which asked 1299 Australians[1] to rate...

Originally published: Mozo.com.au, 15 May 2019 Mozo has found Australians are spending a staggering $25.5 billion to stave off boredom and make themselves feel better when stressed, anxious or just having a bad day at work. The nationally representative survey as part of Mozo’s Comfort Spending Report found 81% of Australians comfort spend or buy things to make themselves...

Originally published: Dailymail.co.uk, 11 May 2019 One in four Australians have had parcels stolen from outside their homes, according to new research. Package theft is becoming increasingly common as busy shoppers switch to buying their expensive technology, furniture and even groceries online. The research surveyed 1,000 Australians and was conducted by Pureprofile on...

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