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Become more charismatic and watch your aesthetic business grow

“Aesthetic clinicians with charisma have more clients, can charge higher consultation fees and are more likely to be referred to friends, even in spite of average service”, according to Nicole Montgomery of Trusted Surgeons. The sales catchphrase, ‘people buy people, not products’ appears to be even more emphasized in the cosmetic industry – customers justifiably…

14 May 2018, by Amy Sarcevic

Infrastructure | Legal | Planning & Design

Raising Australian building standards – what needs to change?

Jurisdictions need a common language, more rigorous regulation and better oversight if they are to truly raise building standards in Australia, according to a Federal Government report by Bronwyn Weir and Peter Shergold. At present the lack of cohesion in how construction is regulated throughout the country makes for a frustrating system, in which practitioners…

10 May 2018, by Amy Sarcevic

Education

How to improve the accessibility of STEM subjects

Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) professions are estimated to be 75% of the future workforce. But it tends to be boys and students from more privileged backgrounds who find themselves in STEM subjects, degrees and careers. Some experts attribute this to social and cultural forces that impact not only which students become (and stay)…

10 May 2018, by Amy Sarcevic

Energy & Utilities | Technology

How Horizon Power are developing their microgrid capability

Last year Horizon Power deployed Western Australia’s first multi-function utility grade battery in Carnarvon. The battery - which is capable of generating 2 MW of power for one hour - will be used to optimise spinning reserve and is expected to save hundreds of thousands in maintenance and fuel costs in the process. The initiative…

9 May 2018, by Amy Sarcevic

Transport & Logistics

What rail innovations will be featured at this year’s NZ Rail Conference?

New Zealand’s transport sector is preparing for a period of rapid technological change as it strives to achieve sustainable and inclusive growth and provide better connectivity throughout the country. The NZ Rail Conference 2018 – 14-15 June in Auckland - aims to help rail operators get a foothold on this change, curating and showcasing some…

7 May 2018, by Amy Sarcevic

Business | Healthcare

How to make millions from your aesthetic clinic

It’s the dream of many cosmetic practitioners. Hanging up the turquoise scrubs; and replacing injecting and lasering with endless days of relaxation and self-indulgence. But despite the large profits that many aesthetic clinics make, without a strong business plan and a solid exit strategy, it’s unlikely that early retirement will be happening any time soon.…

4 May 2018, by Amy Sarcevic

Defence & Security | Education | Technology

Maximising the potential of The National STEM Strategy

How our future leaders, and our country, can benefit from STEM. STEM is an investment in the future of our country with a primary focus to achieve a better Australia. STEM was introduced as a recognition for a need to nurture the development of skills in cross-disciplinary, innovative thinking, problem solving, and digital technologies. These…

4 May 2018, by Informa Insights

Business

How new consumer rights will affect Australian retailers

This year, US-based gaming company Valve Corporation was famously ordered to pay $3million AUD for failing to comply with Australian Consumer Laws. The firm unsuccessfully appealed the ‘misleading and deceptive conduct’ outcome with the Full Federal Court; and its application for special leave to appeal to the High Court was later denied. With upcoming changes…

4 May 2018, by Amy Sarcevic

Business | Healthcare | Occupational Health & Safety | Technology

What healthcare solutions does Australia really need?

In the context of future Australian healthcare, it is important that healthcare innovators don’t simply come up with solutions they think are good for problems they think exist. This is the thinking behind icare’s approach to stimulating and facilitating innovation in healthcare. icare is the NSW government’s insurance and care provider, catering for more than…

3 May 2018, by Amy Sarcevic

Education

Giving gifted children the education they deserve

Teaching gifted children is a rewarding but often challenging experience. Just like any other student, gifted children have a right to an education which stimulates and stretches them. But without adequate learning experiences, they can easily become bored and disengaged; often underachieving in spite of their immense capabilities. With this in mind, Sydney Catholic Schools…

2 May 2018, by Amy Sarcevic
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