In a post-brand age enterprises are re-evaluating their real estate to create a visceral brand presence.
If a majority of desk-based work can be done from home, what does that mean for the corporate workplace? Far from being defunct, companies are looking to their formal headquarters with fresh eyes, viewing space as a tool for personal engagement, connecting with people through a very visceral kind of brand presence. We are entering an age of branded workplace design.
The Queensland State Government have announced that the Queens Wharf redevelopment currently under construction by Destination Brisbane Consortium will house a world class luxury fashion shopping precinct.
Destination Brisbane Consortium (DBC) announced it has secured a deal with retail giant DFS which boasts a portfolio of 750 of the world’s most sought-after brands…
Another successful case of one-step Business Talent (Permanent) visa (subclass 132) application
In China, Mr. Pan is engaged in a business of high-tech related industries. He has a background of having established a large science park in Guangzhou. The science park is a high-quality enterprise with excellent local reputation, great environment and fine profits, and has created a win-win situation with the local government and residents. Mr. Pan’s daughter had studied in Australia before, she was very adapted to Australia’s education system and loved the school environment as well as all aspects of humanistic quality. She wanted to further education in her favourite Australian school in future. Meanwhile, to Mr. and Mrs. Pan, Australia’s safe investment environment, good social welfare, excellent food quality, pleasant living environment and harmonious interpersonal relationship are all important considerations to attract them to come to Australia to live permanently…
With a significant downturn in the economy, finding a rock-solid investment can be a little tricky. One such sector that is bucking the prevalent trend for many investors is medical centre & healthcare real estate.
The health sector in Australia makes up approximately 10 per cent of GDP(GrossDomestic Product). It is one of the industries that is growing despite the upheaval in the current global market.
Strong indications of continual growth can be observed on the back of an ageing population, longer life expectancy, substantial government healthcare subsidies and a general increase in the demand for medical services.
The head of $3.7 billion Melbourne fund manager Munro Partners has described climate change as the biggest investment opportunity since the advent of the internet.
Munro Partners chief investment officer Nick Griffin said he expects $21 trillion in capital to shift from old carbon intensive industries to green technologies over the next 30 years, offering an enormous opportunity for investors.
2020 has been a year of continual change for businesses and, in response, the Federal and state governments – to varying degrees – have introduced temporary measures to allow the electronic signing and witnessing of documents.
As we head into 2021, we are pleased to see that the various governments have allowed these measures to continue into 2021, with the Federal government considering extending the ability for companies to electronically execute their documents permanently.
Queensland commuters, freight drivers and tourists alike will benefit from the multi-billion-dollar transport spend unveiled in the state budget.
Southeast Queensland will be the big winner, with huge investments set to be delivered along the rail corridor, on the M1 between Brisbane and the Gold Coast, local rail lines on the Gold and Sunshine coasts, and upgrades along the Bruce Highway growth corridor.
The rest of the state hasn’t been forgotten, with a multi-billion-dollar Bruce Highway capital program to benefit towns between Cairns and Brisbane and rail investments for the regional network.
As promised in the election campaign, Queenslanders will be on-board 20 new trains by 2025, all bearing a stamp not seen in more than a decade – Made in Queensland – with construction set to begin at Maryborough.
In total, the government will spend $6.3 billion in “transformative transport infrastructure”, which includes $1.5 billion to continue construction work on the Cross River Rail.