How to create more entrepreneurs and investors for Turnbull’s ‘agile’ Australia

"Perhaps it’s because spring has arrived, but the change of government seems to have brought new life and more optimism to Australians. Many people – from university colleagues and taxi drivers to wait staff and cleaners – have remarked that they are tired of doom and gloom, and are heartened to hear from our new prime minister that “there’s never been a better time to be an Australian".

They may not understand how to be innovative, but they definitely want to be. They may not know how to get better jobs, but they want them. They may debate the merits of a commonwealth vs a republic, but they definitely want to maintain Australia’s place in the world.

There are three business imperatives for our government leaders to consider as they set out to fix and grow the economy." Read more

Jana Matthews The Conversation 6 Oct 2015

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