show episodes
 
CIBSE publishes Guidance and Codes which provide best practice advice and are internationally recognised as authoritative design guidance for building services. The CIBSE Knowledge Portal, which makes Guidance available online to all CIBSE members, is the leading systematic engineering resource for the building services sector
 
At the Coalface is a diary style podcast hosted by Jason Greenwood that covers all things digital & eCommerce. Jason is passionate about digital, has worked in the space in Australia & New Zealand (ANZ) for over 17 years, is a featured speaker at digital conferences and is based in Auckland, New Zealand. You can connect with Jason on LinkedIn.
 
There are life changing career moments where pivotal opportunities are seized. The main driver of this StellarCast series is to tell the story of the great companies we partner with. Throughout this special edition, we gain rare insights into successful businesses covering the company’s history, culture, formula to success, growth plans, and what they look forward to when recruiting! We also want to improve the candidate experience as they appraise their next career move also. Stellar has he ...
 
Recorded in our dedicated studio, the Public Affairs & Communications team are launching a new podcast. In this series, the team will lift the lid on the lives of the leaders from within our network and industry, as well as share insights from thought leaders from across the globe. You can expect us to share these regularly. Nothing is off limits and discussions will help to improve your understanding of our business, the marketplace and provide a sprinkle of laughter along the way. Feel fre ...
 
Designed for Accounting and Finance professionals and will look into the ins’ and out’s of what makes finance people and their teams great. The goal is for it to become a real value add resource for anyone working within finance. A finance mentoring podcast if you will. The podcast will discuss everything from culture, finance attributes, teams, stresses, careers, systems, robotics, the future of finance and what works and what doesn’t. We're going to be speaking with some highly regarded Se ...
 
Welcome to a brand new Nrl tipping podcast. Over the coming season we two Footy crusaders will be Cameron Smith to your Billy Slater, Daly Cherry Evans to your Kieran Foran and SBW to the ANZ bank. Holding hands and skipping through the dasies of high tackles, falcons and 40/20s. Each week we take on the games big and not so big issues, like referees, do we need a scoring system? And Why oh why do we lose some our best players to rugby? And Benji Marshall.....
 
StartupSmart podcasts inspire, inform and ignite entrepreneurs in Australia and beyond. 90% of consumers around the world will opt for brands associated with a good cause. What does that mean for your business? In the six-part series of Starting Change, we explores ideas, case studies and practical advice from leaders in the fast growing world of purpose-driven business.
 
Talent Hub Talk is a podcast dedicated to giving you your Salesforce fix, featuring insights and real-life stories from Trailblazers, community leaders and those in the ecosystem with a valuable perspective to share. Talent Hub Talk is a podcast brought to you by Ben Duncombe, Founder of Talent Hub, the Salesforce Recruitment Experts
 
Listen to our new series which explores some of the issues and ideas important to our community. In it, we look at broad societal issues, zoom in on what specific industries are doing and look at where businesses are driving societal change.
 
The BIP Show is a regular look at global economics, policy, business, and markets hosted by Paul Colgan with James Whelan of VFS Group and Ken Veksler of Accumen Management, featuring top analysts, leading investors, and key decision-makers. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/the-bip-show. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
This original podcast by Startup Daily takes a look at the way large corporates across Australia and New Zealand approach innovation. Leaders of large companies in this digital age across all industries are tasked with transforming themselves to remain competitive and relevant in their market. Hosted by Gina Baldassarre (Head of Content) and Mat Beeche (Founder) from Startup Daily each episode takes a look at niche industry sectors talking to the legacy players currently dominating marketsha ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
In this episode, we discuss new ANZ lending rules that mean that property investors purchasing existing properties require higher yields, or more of their own income to support their mortgage application. The major bank in NZ now only counts 65% of the rent an existing investment property generates when calculating mortgage affordability criteria. …
 
ANZ says the Aussie economy is recovering better than expected after COVID - with its profit for the last six months increasing by 126% to $2.9 billion. Nestlé is getting into the plant-based milk market to compete with Oatly and Chobani. Pandora, the world’s biggest jewelry maker, will no longer use mined diamonds, and instead is switching to huma…
 
Thursday 6 May 2021 ANZ announces a $3 billion profit, as its home loans business accelerates in part thanks to the Hoff. Also today: The corporate regulator sues Westpac over allegations of insider trading. NSW records a community transmitted case of COVID 19, triggering lockdown fears.. And plenty of corporate news this morning from Wesfarmers, Q…
 
In this week’s episode, we cover the results of Talent Hub’s annual ANZ Salesforce Survey, of which Part 2 focuses on the results from Salesforce professionals. You can download your copy of the ANZ Salesforce Market Survey here. In this podcast, listen to Ben’s response to the data, what he believes that it means and why, and how it compares to wh…
 
Welcome to Episode 11 of QTR Time, a brand new podcast covering all things netball in the UK and beyond! On today's show, we recap all the games from Round 1 of the ANZ Premiership in New Zealand, as well as mixing things up a bit with a special ‘QTR Time Trio’ and picking some key matchups from the round. We'll also be highlighting one of the top …
 
In this episode, we discuss ASB's new "Back My Build" interest rate. The bank is tapping into the Reserve Bank's 'Funding For Lending' programme to fund this low rate. This allows property and real estate investors to borrow at much cheaper rates than an existing property. This further tips the economics away from existing and towards new propertie…
 
Tuesday 18 May 2021 It was a red-letter day for the Australian gaming industry, with Crown Resorts rejecting Blackstone’s bid and poker machine maker Aristocrat Leisure hitting record highs. Also today: Gold prices surge on concerns about inflation. Oil refineries Ampol and Viva Energy’s share prices soar after a multi-billion rescue package. And h…
 
Cadbury has signed on as Rugby Australia’s new principal sponsor for the Wallabies - replacing Qantas after 30 years. To take on Netflix and Disney+, the owner of HBO and CNN is exploring a merger with the owner of Animal Planet and The Discovery Channel. Australia’s Islamic finance market is worth $250 billion - and companies are seeking banking l…
 
Sean Aylmer speaks to Charlie Youakim, co-founder and CEO of buy now pay later group Sezzle, about the company's growth since launching in 2016. They talk about the plans to list in the US where Sezzle does most of its business, and how Charlie's previous start-up experience helped make Sezzle a success. Support the show: https://fearandgreed.com.a…
 
In this episode, we discuss whether you should care, as a property investor, about buying a property when Kainga Ora houses are down the street. We share some horror stories as well as challenging some stereotypes of what a typical Kainga Ora tenant might be like. We also mention that if you have a topic idea that you'd like us to talk about on the…
 
Monday 17 May 2021 The federal government comes under pressure to open up international borders from across the economy, but the PM remains steadfast. Also today: Further signs of cooling in the housing market. Australia’s two remaining oil refineries set to get a multi-billion support package. And Commonwealth Bank’s share price hits a record high…
 
Telstra has received the second biggest fine in the history of Australian consumer law – for selling mobile phone plans to Indigenous Australians that left them with major debts. Aussie wine maker Treasury Wine Estates is pivoting from China to the US market and will start prioritising its Penfolds brand. SoftBank, the company behind investments in…
 
Sean Aylmer speaks to Gerwin Bell, Lead Economist for Asia on the Global Macroeconomic Research team at PGIM Fixed Income (which has $US968-billion in assets under management). They discuss the level of financial risk from the relationship between the US and China, and the impact on global economies. Support the show: https://fearandgreed.com.au/al…
 
In this episode, we discuss over 60's units, which are a specific type of property, that can only house people over the age of 60. These are typically found in Christchurch and the surrounding towns. Because they have a limited pool of buyers who can pick them up, they typically are cheaper and have less capital growth than alternative investments.…
 
In this episode, we discuss what sort of property you should buy when you are close to being tapped out, and you expect the bank soon won't lend you more money. This is a key concern for Kiwi property investors, so we walk through two schools of thought. First investing in growth properties, the other focussing on yield. We also mention our upcomin…
 
This week we jump into Season of the Splicer, give our impressions on the new content and tackle the prickly subjects of Transmog and Stasis! Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DDUPodcast Social Media: https://twitter.com/myelingames https://twitter.com/LogPowerslave Find Us Live: https://www.twitch.tv/logpowerslave https://www.twitch.tv/MyelinGames…
 
Saturday, 15 May 2021 This is Fear and Greed's Weekend Edition, helping you to catch up on the big stories of the week. Sean Aylmer gives his take on the week's business news, including: The biggest story The unsung story (the one trying to fly under the radar) The most remarkable story Sean's favourite story Support the show: https://fearandgreed.…
 
In this episode, we discuss whether property investors should be worried if your property developer goes bankrupt and what happens in this situation. This comes off the back of the developer behind Ormiston Rise, a KiwiBuild development going under, with purchasers left asking questions. We also mention our upcoming tour to Christchurch, Queenstown…
 
Welcome to Episode 14 of QTR Time, a brand new podcast covering all things netball in the UK and beyond! On today's episode, we recap all the games from Round 15 of the Vitality Netball Superleague, and reveal our games of the round and players of the round. Our guest for this episode is the CEO, Director of Netball and Head Coach of London Pulse S…
 
Friday 14 May 2021 Tech stocks tumble as investors desert last year’s darlings, looking for better value elsewhere. Also today: Federal Opposition leader Anthony Albanese presents an alternate budget which highlights affordable housing as an election issue. Crown Resorts edges towards winning a licence to run a casino in NSW. And why car companies …
 
Australia’s delay to reopening international borders could cost the economy up to $40 billion according to leading economists. Australian sales at Coca-Cola Amatil jumped 8% due to strong demand for Coca-Cola No Sugar and Coke’s energy drink brands. After a whole lot of fanfare, Tesla has backflipped and consumers can no longer buy Tesla vehicles w…
 
In this episode, we discuss the Reserve Bank's latest Financial Stability Report. Here, the central bank has released its initial analysis and assessment of the tools it could use to regulate house prices so that they are financially stable. This includes an analysis of the four tools they have considered, along with how they would potentially impa…
 
Thursday 13 May 2021 The federal budget gets a broad tick of approval, with business leaders exuberant about the tax cuts and spending. Also today: Commonwealth Bank announces a bumper March quarter profit, off the back of higher business lending. Australia agrees to buy 25 million doses of the Moderna vaccine. And the value of Australian farmland …
 
The government accelerated record spending to help Australia thrive post pandemic in this year’s federal budget. Carsales is buying a 49% stake in a US car digital marketing company for a monstrous $767 million. L Brands has given up on trying to find a buyer for Victoria’s Secret - so it is spinning it off to become its own publicly traded company…
 
In this episode, we discuss dual key apartments, which are a high yielding investment option that work well for yield-focussed investors, or growth investors who are looking to add a yield property to their portfolio. We go through the historic capital growth rates on dual key apartments that we have worked with and also detail the yields that you …
 
Welcome to another special bonus episode of QTR Time, a brand new podcast covering all things netball in the UK and beyond! Following the announcement of the new Vitality Roses Programme Squad for 2021-2022, we chat with Head Coach Jess Thirlby all about the selection, building a balanced squad of experience mixed with fresh faces, as well as the i…
 
Wednesday 12 May 2021 The federal government outlines a big spending budget with an election in mind. Also today: Markets rise, markets fall. The ASX and global markets tumble just 24 hours after hitting new highs. Victoria records a community transmitted case of COVID-19 but doesn’t go into lockdown, yet. And the availability of rental properties …
 
Australian casino owner Star Entertainment wants to merge with its former nemesis Crown Resorts in a $12 billion deal. The owner of Seven West Media has made an $8 billion offer for materials company Boral - which was quickly rejected. The owner of TikTok, ByteDance, is expanding its e-commerce focus as it prepares for a potential IPO. See omnystud…
 
In today's episode, we're joined by freelance Salesforce Administrator and Manager, all the way from Kansas City in the USA, Meradith Stretz. Meradith shares her journey into the world of I.T and Salesforce, having excelled in the Arts in her education and early career, and how that came about. She talks us through the challenges she's overcome in …
 
Tuesday 11 May 2021 Crown Resorts receives three bids as James Packer mulls the future of the gaming company. Also today: The local share market hits a new record as iron ore prices surge. Business conditions and confidence hit all time highs. And Woolworths outlines its plans for its $10 billion liquor and gaming business, while Seven group makes …
 
Woolworths has confirmed it will split from its liquor business Endeavour Drinks - the owner of Dan Murphys, BWS and a pokies business. Clubhouse has launched a version for Android phones, but it could be too late as Facebook and Twitter launch clones. Sennheiser, the German audio company known for supplying DJs with their pro headphones, is sellin…
 
Sean Aylmer speaks to Laura Tingle, Chief Political Correspondent for ABC's 7.30, about the politics surrounding the Budget - whether it will provide a reset for the Government on a range of issues, and what it means for their chances at the next election. Support the show: https://fearandgreed.com.au/all-episodes See omnystudio.com/listener for pr…
 
In this episode, we discuss advice given from the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development to the Housing Minister, Megan Woods. This advice was given in the lead up to the government's housing announcement in March. We go through the advice and reveal some of the surprising statistics contained within the documents. If you have a topic you'd like…
 
Monday 10 May 2021 The federal budget tomorrow night will focus on women, housing, retirement savings and aged care. Also today: Global share markets rise over the weekend, and the Aussie dollar jumps, on bad economic news. The top two execs at Macquarie Group take home $46 million, combined after the bank announces a bumper profit. And a new, surp…
 
The owner of Network Ten will launch a new streaming service named Paramount+ in Australia this August. UberEats continued to grow in the first 3 months of 2021, while Uber’s rides business continued to struggle. Estée Lauder has seen skincare sales grow 31% (as makeup sales drop 11%) - suggesting a change in consumer behaviour. --- Save money and …
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login