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WHAT'S REALLY NEEDED? Featured
05 October 2018

WHAT'S REALLY NEEDED?

Keeping up with IT capabilities
GUY HOLLAND and BRAD MILLER
TODAY, most organisations are undertaking a digital transformation journey to innovate across products, services, and business models.

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EASY-TO-DO WORK HEALTH AND SAFETY Featured

Toolkit reduces small business burdens
A new self-assessment toolkit to improve health and safety in the workplace has been launched as part of Safe Work Month, which kicks off around the country this week.

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18 September 2018

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

How to make them water tight
KATHERINE HAWES
TERMS and conditions have the potential to be your business’ saviour or fall from grace. With well drafted terms and conditions, you can protect your business to the greatest extent legally possible.

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POTENTIAL OF MEDICAL TOURISM Featured

Health, education attractions identified
RED DWYER
THREE major medical precincts have the potential to develop a medical-related tourism component in Western Sydney’s overnight visitor economy which contributes $4.2B to the NSW coffers.

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UNIVERSITIES LAND ON AEROTROPOLIS     Featured

Consortium commits to super campus
DALLAS SHERRINGHAM
THE Liverpool region will become the new Silicon Valley of the South when four of NSW’s leading universities join forces to create a world-class, higher education institution in the heart of the new Western Sydney Aerotropolis.

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Dr Andy Marks. Featured
Start-up SydWest gains momentum
RED DWYER

THIRTY fortunate Western Sydney start-up businesses will benefit from a $500.000 competitive grant from the federal government.

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PARENTING IN THE DIGITAL ERA Featured

Why we need technology in our kid's lives
THEY'RE born in the digital era so it’s not unusual to see a pre-schooler swipe an iPad, launch an app or finger trace on a digital screen.

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Western Sydney Business Access (WSBA) covers the business and community issues of the Greater Western Sydney region of Australia. WSBA is the popular media source for connecting with the pulse of the region and tapping into it's vast opportunities and networks.