Whether you're a startup, a family business, a company looking to expand, or a not-for-profit trying to make the dollars stretch, KPMG Enterprise offers helpful advice on the mid-market.
Customer and technology transformation in local government
11:05Councils realise they are confronting increased customer expectations, which means a complete rethink in many cases, of the way they operate. In this podcast, Toni Jones, KPMG Local Government Lead, and Luke Heine from KPMG Enterprise discuss the findings from KPMG's and PSN's report: Customer and Technology Transformation in Local Government.
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Labor's tax policy and impacts for the mid-market
17:42Ahead of the 2019 Federal Election, and whoever wins, we believe it is timely to provide an overview of the Australian Labor Party's Tax Policy. KPMG Enterprise Tax Partners Clive Bird and Raffi Tenenbaum explain what Labor's Tax Policy means for Australia's mid-market businesses, they clarify some misunderstandings and explain the potential impacts.
Top 10 issues for the mid-market in 2019
10:03The second annual KPMG business report, Keeping Us Up At Night, surveyed more than 220 C-Suite executives in both large and medium-sized businesses, and both large and mid market businesses shared similar concerns and priorities. Adam Twemlow, Partner in Charge of KPMG Enterprise Queensland, discusses what's keeping mid-market CEOs up at night.
Business of Family Master Class Series
12:20According to our KPMG Enterprise and Family Business Australia Survey, current and future family business leaders often view key aspects of the business, such as succession planning, governance and growth, in different ways. But successful family business leaders need to be aligned. KPMG Enterprise Partner Ag Vacca and Director Michelle De Lucia explain how the Business of Family Master Class Series can help position family businesses for the future.
Digital transformation for local councils
13:49Nine out of ten Australians live in a town or city, serviced by local councils which have traditionally supplied services, infrastructure and resources. But today councils are also facing the demands of accomplishing more with fewer resources, maximising efficiencies and cost-savings and responding to citizens who are increasingly sophisticated and digitally-savvy. Toni Jones, KPMG National Lead for Local Government and Paul Francis, KPMG Smart Cities Lead discuss the steps for efficient digital and ICT transformation in local government.
Governance: grow boldly but safely
14:28Whether you’re a startup or a more mature company, your governance, risk and compliance practices must be constantly reviewed to meet your strategic objectives and regulatory obligations. So what constitutes effective governance today and how is it evolving? In this podcast, Partners Heather Hicks and Sarah Cain discuss governance requirements for the mid-market to maximise opportunities.
Reimagining tertiary education
14:28In this podcast, Professor Stephen Parker, KPMG’s National Sector Leader, Education, examines the future of higher education in Australia with a series of recommendations on what a future ecosystem of education and training could look like, and how we might get there.