Australia and PPP’s – What’s does the future hold for Infrastructure Projects?

Firstly, let me say I am by no means an expert in this field, rather someone who has been exposed to PPP’s (Public Private Partnerships) as an observer through contacts in the Corporate Advisory and Infrastructure space for some time now. Being based in Brisbane and having seen a number of changes in the Queensland

Manners: A Forgotten Art

Two weeks ago, I had the pleasure of having lunch with a group of my long term clients. We have all known each other for the best part of a decade and the relationships are more personal than professional nowadays. We regularly talk about our respective businesses; our challenges and our successes alike. One of

Keeping It Real

I am a keen Carlton supporter in the AFL and I am more than aware that we are playing finals footy when in reality we finished outside the eligible top eight for qualification.  We rode in off the back of the Essendon ASADA scandal and we now find ourselves having won an Elimination Final moving

Not Just Warm Fuzzies

Working to live or living to work? According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, one in six employees work 49 hours or more each week. In numbers, this translates to almost 1.7 million people. If you then account for the fact that the average person sleeps around 7 hours per night, this means that we