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Accidental COVID-19 winners shape future for digital business

28-05-2020 Who are the accidental winners thriving during the unprecedented shake-up of the economy during COVID-19?

Hospitality: A novel way to support a struggling industry

27-05-2020 Rosie Nalder has always wanted to work in food. After a brief stint on MasterChef, the QUT Business graduate is now taking the menu into her own hands, helping the hospitality industry take back control from food delivery giants like Deliveroo and Uber Eats.   

Gig economy may hold some hope for jobs in age of COVID-19

26-05-2020 Hundreds of thousands of Australians are out of work as a result of COVID-19, but a QUT expert says some may find new jobs through digital platforms, particularly in areas like food delivery, writing, law, accountancy, home maintenance, IT or graphic design.

QUT Business graduate wins 2020 Telstra Business Women’s Award

25-05-2020 QUT alumna, Gabrielle Iwanow was recently recognised for her outstanding leadership in the 2020 Telstra Business Women’s Awards, winning the Medium and Large Business award for South Australia.

Social good creates economic boost

15-05-2020 As unemployment rates skyrocket around the world in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, a world-first study has found social venture start-ups not only alleviate social problems but also are much more important for job creation than previously thought.

Time for smart startups to step up

14-05-2020 Key learnings from past epidemics and financial crises indicate innovative entrepreneurs will have a pivotal role to play in economic recovery post COVID-19, says QUT Executive Director of Entrepreneurship Professor Rowena Barrett. 

Remote and frontline workers’ welfare still a business priority

05-05-2020 Managers and organisations’ health and safety legal and moral responsibilities towards employees do not end just because they are working from home, say QUT organisational psychologists Dr Xiaowen Hu from QUT Business School and Dr Tristan Casey from Griffith University.

QUT partners in new Queensland AI Hub

01-05-2020 QUT is part of a consortium involving the State Government, universities and industry leaders behind a new centre aimed at building Queensland’s artificial intelligence capabilities.

COVID-19 pandemic dwarfs GFC for global impact: economists

27-04-2020 While the IMF estimates  a 3 per cent drop in world GDP growth in 2020, it  forecasts a global bounce back of 5.8 per cent next year and 6.1 per cent  GDP growth in Australia, but not all economists are as optimistic about the post-COVID-19 economy, says QUT Professor Pascalis Raimondos.

Business graduate finds success in the big apple

02-04-2020 “I wanted a business career that was going to be fun. Advertising sounded like a good place to be.” Having played a hand in the PR rollout of a number of notable advertising campaigns including the Cannes launch of Ethel Goldschmidt's fake beer brand, Kaya’s career choice has delivered more than a little fun. 


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