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04-Jul-2013 Industries to fly and fall in 2013-14
As Australian companies prepare for the new financial year, business information analysts at IBISWorld reveal the industries set to soar and sink in 2013-14.
18-Jun-2013 Counting the cost of everyday living
With the cost of living constantly on the rise, business information analysts at IBISWorld highlight just where those price spikes are hitting hard – and why.
21-May-2013 Industries are surviving despite tech-driven doomsday predictions
Over the past decade, Australia's increasing reliance on new technologies has brought with it forecasts for the demise of many industries. Business information analysts at IBISWorld reveal the industries that have remained robust despite gloomy forecasts and those that continue to capitalise on our increasingly tech-reliant lifestyles.
29-Apr-2013 Mother's Day spending forecast to grow in 2013
With Mother's Day just around the corner, business information analysts at IBISWorld reveal Australians are expected to spend almost $1.4 billion spoiling their mums this year – an increase of 2.7% from 2012 and almost three times the amount we splash out on Father's Day.
22-Apr-2013 Cashing in on heartbreak: IBISWorld reveals the big business of divorce
With the number of divorces increasing by 8.7% over the past five years, business information analysts at IBISWorld uncover the average cost of a divorce, and the industries benefiting from our heartbreak.
04-Apr-2013 Online and luxury segments to be the silver lining of fashion's poor outlook
In the lead-up to Australian Fashion Week (8-12 April), business information analysts at IBISWorld reveal that despite overall revenue declines forecast for Australia's fashion industry, luxury retailers and online players are anticipated to reap rewards from savvy marketing.
25-Mar-2013 Footy fever kickstarts a business boom
Following fierce kick-offs for the AFL, Rugby League and Rugby Union, business information analysts at IBISWorld are anticipating a strong season for industry players too – with footy fever expected to generate revenue of $646.6 million for the key codes. It will also boost consumer spending by $2.6 billion – to the benefit of pubs and bars, sports betting, sporting clubs and ticket retailers.
14-Mar-2013 Aussies opt for a 'back-to-basics' Easter in 2013
According to business information analysts at IBISWorld, it's back to the barbie this Easter as more Aussies opt for traditional celebrations at home and confectionery gifts over overseas getaways and fancy restaurant meals.
06-Feb-2013 Lovers pick dinner over diamonds this Valentine's Day
This Valentine's Day, loved-up couples will splurge on fine dining and romantic getaways to celebrate their union say business information analysts at IBISWorld.
21-Jan-2013 The average Australian: now, and in 2025
Forget beer-swilling sports nuts – we're a nation of urban-dwelling, eco-conscious bargain hunters.
08-Jan-2013 Industries to fly and fall in 2013
As Australian companies prepare for the new year ahead, business information analysts at IBISWorld reveal the five industries expected to soar and the five expected to sink in 2013.