Presenting our top 10 from the FBE newsroom in 2020 - a year like no other!
The coronavirus pandemic is only the latest shock to supply chains – but COVID-19 is a wake-up call to businesses in terms of the cost of being under-prepared.
For years, Maxine Lee worked with the Melbourne Accelerator program, helping startups enter the market. Now, she works as the COO at Skalata Ventures, supporting high growth companies access the knowledge, networks and capital to succeed. In 2020, she's been selected for the Forbes 30 under 30 Finance & Venture Capital cohort.
The whole concept of insurance comes under question when disasters are apparently too big to insure, but the industry needs to do more to meet the challenge.
Shamini Rajarethnam climbed from marketing coordinator to CEO at luxury skincare company, Rationale, in four years. Here she shares her wisdom – from juggling work and home life to the importance of building a “tribe” of trusted advisors.
The HILDA Survey suggests single-parent households in Australia are abandoning formal childcare as they face greater poverty rates.
Studying in the Bachelor of Commerce allows you to specialise in an area of your interest, but also creates critical thinking skills, so you can bring your interests together and solve real world problems. For BCom (Hons) student Hassan Andrabi, this meant taking a love of maps and applying it to COVID-19.
Some may be sceptical of the business responses to the Black Lives Matter movement, but corporate activism can make a strong statement of support for social justice causes.
The Graduate Certificate in Business (GCB) offers professionals from a variety of backgrounds the opportunity to study online and gain a business qualification. We spoke with GCB student Kate Gilkison to find out how she’s applying business skills to her career in the development sector.
Over the last four years, fake news has become an everyday expression, and a major part of any discourse around the media. But what is the impact of fake news in this strange new age of COVID-19?
Daniel Odoi has made a career of being in the right place at the right time, right before things get interesting. Since graduating, he’s worked with Uber, Busabout, and now Wing, Australia’s first drone delivery business.