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  1. Leaders discuss the economic recovery from COVID-19

    Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg and New Zealand's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Grant Robertson, answered questions from CAs in an online member event hosted by CA ANZ Chief...

  2. What did Māori business learn in the 2020 lockdown?

    A BDO report details how Māori businesses coped with the loss of commercial activity and reset in the global pandemic...

  3. The great reset: How can accountants help ‘build back better’?

    COVID-19 has provided a trigger to create a more prosperous world. What role can accountants play in the great reset?...

  4. The industries set to flourish post-pandemic

    It’s not all bad news: in the wake of the COVID pandemic, some sectors are poised for massive growth...

  5. Why we miss the water cooler

    Do you miss the banter at the printer or on your coffee run? Turns out those workplace interactions are very important...

  6. How ANC handled a 40% lift in demand during COVID

    CFO Matt Clarke-Bruce CA and his team at ANC delivery services were put to the test when COVID-19 arrived in Australia...

  7. People Skills For The New Normal As We Work From Home

    People skills are now even more essential for managers as the workforce adjusts to the new normal and we work from home more frequently...

  8. Restructuring Your SMB Can Save You From Liquidation

    Restructuring your business can help you avoid liquidation if you get on the front foot now. Learn how restructuring can assist you survive the difficult road ahead...

  9. The rise of virtual CIOs

    With more firms seeking tech support to help them upgrade while working from home, virtual CIOs are coming to the rescue...

  10. Zombie Companies Await Insolvency When Stimulus Packages Stop

    Zombie companies that are surviving on the back of government stimulus packages await a slew of insolvencies when the subsidies run out. Click to learn more...

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