TGR Magazine

  • 22 October 2013 at 14 : 13 PM

    Cloud: The inevitable disaster recovery solution for business

    Posted by in Business , Most Popular , The Core 0

    Cloud: The inevitable disaster recovery solution for business

    The cloud not only makes global business practice easy, it also protects businesses from disaster, writes Sean Dendle. The tsunami that struck Japan on 11 March 2011 left 3.46 million people stranded due to the failure of transportation systems. The Queensland floods of January 2011 resulted in three-quarters of the state being declared a disaster […]

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  • 22 October 2013 at 14 : 34 PM

    Missing Link

    Posted by in Expert Advice , Feature 0

    Missing Link

    LinkedIn offers a great service for those who want to connect with likeminded businesses or individuals, however not many people utilise the social networking site to its full potential. Jonathan Jackson speaks with entrepreneur Alex Pirouz about a new business designed to help users gain maximum benefit from their LinkedIn account. LinkedIn has over 150 million […]

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  • 22 October 2013 at 14 : 25 PM

    Hope and expectation for Australian business

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    Hope and expectation for Australian business

    Finally a result! What business needed most in this election was a clear outcome, and we have it. Tony Abbott will be our Prime Minister and the Coalition has a comfortable majority in the lower house. In my view the biggest challenge of the outgoing government was not that they had universally bad policy for […]

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  • 22 October 2013 at 14 : 22 PM

    Milk and honey

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    Milk and honey

    Michael Klim is as an Olympic gold medallist and former world record holder; he is also the founder and CEO of cosmetics company Milk & Co. He speaks with Jonathan Jackson about diving feet first into a business venture.  US swimming great Debbie Meyer once said, “Believe in yourself, not only in swimming, but in […]

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  • 22 October 2013 at 14 : 18 PM

    The not so bitter pill

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    The not so bitter pill

    The corporatisation of the health industry is no more evident than in the growth of the complementary medicines sector. Jonathan Jackson looks at the numbers that define this sector, the regulations required as the sector continues to boom and the cost savings to the medical industry. There are 254 complementary medicine companies in Australia generating […]

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  • 22 October 2013 at 14 : 24 PM

    For health and happiness

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    For health and happiness

    Work-related injury and illness were estimated to cost $60.6 billion in the 2008–09 financial year. This represented 4.8% of GDP. This doesn’t take into account non-work related illness or injury, but add more zeroes and the cost to workplace productivity is unthinkable. Jonathan Jackson examines what can be done to curb the cost blow-out of […]

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  • 27 August 2013 at 14 : 11 PM

    Polly wolly doodle all the time

    Posted by in Opinion , The Last Word 0

    Dr Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic is an international authority in personality profiling and psychometric testing. He is a Professor of Business Psychology at University College London (UCL), Vice President of Research and Innovation at Hogan Assessment Systems, and has previously taught at the London School of Economics and New York University. With those credentials, you’d think the […]

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  • 27 August 2013 at 12 : 45 PM

    How to influence and win over investors

    Posted by in Expert Advice , Shares & Alt Investments , The Core 0

    How to influence and win over investors

    Small business start-up capital is a highly sought after commodity as more and more entrepreneurs are trying their luck at business, writes Alex Pirouz. Statistically, the odds of small business start-up success is less than 20% within a five-year period. One of the main reasons why start-ups end up failing in large numbers is the […]

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  • 26 August 2013 at 16 : 45 PM

    Time for a little indulgence

    Posted by in Destination , Most Popular , Status 0

    Time for a little indulgence

    Looking for somewhere special to head to this summer? Los Cabos may be the venue of choice for luxury and a little celebrity. We have all heard of Necker Island, the famed Richard Branson home and getaway that has attracted a slew of celebrities. The private island is a frequent bolt-hole for the likes of […]

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  • 26 August 2013 at 16 : 42 PM

    Out of the box

    Posted by in Motoring , Status 0

    Out of the box

    Changes in regulations to the highly successful V8 Supercar Series are allowing new manufacturers to enter the series. For some, such as Volvo, it is an opportunity to shift their image in the marketplace. Australia has a strong history and loyal following of its local motorsports. The most notable, the V8 Supercar Series, has actually […]

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