What’s next for Australian retailers?

04 Apr 2014

Retail Industry experts Simon Trivett and Gayle Dickerson share their insights in the latest Quarterly Retail Industry report.

Grant Thornton expands national footprint to North Queensland

04 Feb 2014

We are excited to announce that on 1 March 2014, the five Partners and 70 team members from the KPMG Cairns practice will be joining Grant Thornton Australia.

To succeed in China we must understand Chinese business better

03 Feb 2014

Grant Thornton calls on business leaders to work to better understand the outlook, motivations and approach of Chinese businesses.

R&D Rate Reduction will hurt vital product development in F&B

13 Jan 2014

The announcement that the Government will reduce the research and development (R&D) rate by 1.5% will further stifle product innovation in the food and beverage sector.

Affordable Housing backbenched

13 Jan 2014

The development sector took a hit to affordable housing in the 2014 Budget.

Business optimistic for further growth

22 Nov 2013

Queensland businesses have a newly positive outlook and are looking to take advantage of the new Government’s promised rules and regulations focussed on kick-starting growth.

Lenders warn conditions will remain tight over the next 12 months

20 Nov 2013

A difficult trading outlook may force many companies to restructure, or face possible collapse in the New Year.

Fraud and corruption pose threat to global growth in the construction industry

12 Nov 2013

Technology could save the global construction sector from a $1.5 trillion fraud bill in 2025.

Grant Thornton Australia wins Thomson Reuters “Advisory Firm of the Year”

04 Nov 2013

Grant Thornton Australia has been awarded Advisory Firm of the Year at the inaugural Thomson Reuters Accounting Awards. The winners of these awards are determined by a panel of expert, independent judges and acknowledge excellence, innovation and professionalism in the industry.

Social enterprises ring warning bells for Not for Profit sector

14 Oct 2013

Not for Profit organisations are being warned to think carefully before becoming involved in trading organisations to generate income, with a new survey finding many are doing so with insufficient preparation or due diligence.