The cities we are familiar with are set to change and the plans for these changes are already being implemented. Here’s what we will see in the future.
Our unique opportunity to reimagine our working lives during these times is sparking and accelerating technological innovations.
In 2021, Australians will look for ways to maintain a slower pace of life, greater work/life integration, time savings and a focus on their wellbeing.
During COVID-19, while many events were cancelled or postponed, those that did go ahead went virtual.
In the next year or two, half of Australians plan on looking for a new home to rent or buy that incorporates more of what they value.
As we settle into 2020 it’s a time of reflection not just of last year but of life. We asked Aussies what their top 3 regrets would be if they died tonight.
The education sector provides the framework to educate Australia’s future generations. The magnitude of this warrants understanding key trends in education.
The age of minimalism and Marie Kondo is well and truly upon us. Evidently the age of ownership is declining and is taking the stigmas of borrowing with it.