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With digital disruption hitting businesses full-force, Australia needs to prepare for the threats and opportunities that face the future workforce. In this insightful edition of Forge, we look at how automation will play a part in future jobs, and what to expect in business in the years ahead.
Also appearing in this edition of Forge are stories of fearless entrepreneurs making rapid inroads into their marketplaces, a look at how innovation is being incorporated into higher-education learning, and plenty more. Here’s a taste of what’s between the pages.
Rise of the robots
Science fiction has become fact as artificial intelligence muscles in on the workplace. Consulting Editor Tony Featherstone examines the rise of automation in the workplace, and how it will affect the jobs of the future.
Female innovators take the lead
Women-led businesses are on the rise as support and opportunity grow. Larissa Ham talks to some of the women making waves in Australia’s entrepreneurial space.
Medical product development needs a booster shot
How can Australian medical research institutes convert discoveries into viable products? Forge investigates the disconnect between Australia’s strong medical research outcomes and its ability to commercialise them.
Harnessing the potential of the ‘Experienced Economy’
First-time business owners who are 40-plus are the new breed of entrepreneurs. With the workforce growing older, the opportunities for experienced workers to embark upon successful business ventures are increasing.
Vietnam: Following the five-star trail
Once the trampled domain of the backpacker, Vietnam is increasingly becoming a five-star enclave. Nichola Clark takes readers inside some of the most luxurious accommodations on offer in the Southeast Asian nation.
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