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As we near the end of 2016, entrepreneurship is flourishing, innovation is on the agenda of government and business, and the global political and economic climate is changing. In the end-of-year edition of Forge, we take a look at the seven biggest factors that will influence business and the economy in 2017.
Read on for an overview of just a few of the features in Forge Volume 2 Number 4.
Seven big business trends in 2017
Business journalist David James looks at the factors that will affect the economy and business in the year ahead.
The competitive advantage of millennials
Hitting your entrepreneurial straps in your mid-20s can yield a lot of benefits. Forge speaks with five millennial founders to discover what it takes to be successful at a young age.
Seven rules of failure
Failure is usually looked upon as a negative outcome; however, without failure there’s less chance to learn, innovate, and succeed.
An ocean of economic possibility
Australia’s blue economy is a largely untapped research, but a plan launched in 2015 aims to address the challenges facing the marine economy, and sharing the knowledge required to grow it sustainably.
Long gone are the days of luxury beach resorts being the domain of multimillionaires; with competition increasing in the travel booking industry, and companies offering all-inclusive packages, you could get yourself a high-end holiday for rock-bottom prices.
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