Proposed legislation designed to deter foreign investors from investing in Australian homes will also impact Aussies currently working overseas.
Australia has experienced a boom property prices, much of which is being blamed on the increase in the number of foreign investors.
The government has been introducing a range of measures to make investment by foreigners more expensive. The latest change is removal of the Capital Gains Tax (CGT) exception completely. Continue reading Expats former homes to be fully taxable
Are international students good for tourism? Stacey chats to Elaine Starkey, CEO of Global Study Partners about international education and how Studylane can help international students find the right course in Australia.
Our host the fabulous Stacey Martin interviews Elaine Starkey – CEO, Global Study Partners
Continue reading Are international students good for tourism?
Are your building blocks in place to assist to make your business ready for the Asian market? Stacey chats to Kevin Cheung, Founder and CEO of UNIKC Group and President – Hong Kong Australia Business Association (NSW Chapter) about importing and exporting to Hong Kong and about how a Business Coach can help you grow your business.
Continue reading Are your building blocks in place tho help in the Asian Market?
Have you been ignoring Linked In? Did you put up a basic profile some years ago and are now embarrassed when people want to connect with you? Does your profile represent who you are today, your areas of expertise and how you can add value?
LinkedIn is a global community of professionals and a platform for showcasing your personal brand, generating business opportunities, and keeping in touch with business connections and referral partners. Continue reading LinkedIn – do you have a compelling profile?
Is your product ready for the Chinese market? Stacey chats to David Thorn, Founder and Director, Darway Pty Ltd, about why premium products are on high demand in China, and how he helps Australian Agribusinesses get ready to jump into the Chinese market.
Having spent most of his career in global banking and finance, David Thorn now consults to the Food and Agribusiness Sector.
Continue reading Is your Australian Agribusiness ready for the Chinese market?