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  • Futurology - Immigration

    In 2001 Australia decided to grow the population as a means of dealing with the looming growth in retirees. The policy is ongoing and is forecast to remain in place for the next two decades. Australia’s population growth is currently the strongest in the world, beyond any other in the history of the country.

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  • Futurology - An Ageing Population

    In the not too distant future, approximately 35% of the world’s population will be over 65 years of age, a statistic that is extraordinary for a number of reasons. Throughout history, only roughly 10% of the world’s population was ever above 40 and considered to be ‘aged’.  

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  • Futurology - Global debt and the impact on investment yields

    $217 trillion is the current estimated size of world debt. Global debt has increased 20% since the onset of the GFC in 2007 through growth in sovereign and private debt.

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  • Futurology - A challenging climate

    Often when discussing climate change, people mention two degrees temperature change. When the earth was last four degrees cooler, there was a 60 metre ice shelf where we currently live. The last time the earth was four degrees warmer, oceans were five metres higher. So two degrees is certainly significant.

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  • Futurology - Workers Without Borders

    The world is now more connected than ever before, both physically and digitally. Connected by rail, road, gas, electricity, oil pipelines, flight paths, internet cables and shipping lanes.

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  • The Retailer - Focus on Beauty and Cosmetics

    The range of cosmetics and beauty products available in Australia continues to surge, partly thanks to the arrival of Sephora in 2014, and the ongoing expansion of Australia’s own luxury beauty retailer, MECCA.
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  • Caltex - The corner store of the future

    Convenience is king for the modern shopper, so it’s no surprise that service stations are experiencing a resurgence.

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  • Futurology - The Eight Factors of Place

    The Eight Factors of Place

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  • Futurology - The End of Megacities

    Prior to the industrial revolution, major cities were often dangerous, overcrowded and full of disease. Industrialisation brought productivity and factories delivered jobs and access to greater wealth.
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  • Upcoming trends in Blockchain Procurement

    Recent emergence of cryptocurrencies has brought, a not so old, concept of blockchain technology back to the forefront of world. Industries and businesses around the globe are desiring to harness blockchain to effectively and efficiently tackle business problems with unequivocal accuracy, assurance and without the need of intermediaries.

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  • Futurology - Quality of Place

    The Futurology series explores issues, trends, ideas, technology, social movements and the challenges and opportunities they bring to the built environment now, tomorrow and into the foreseeable future.


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  • JobSupport Launches Into Queensland

    Cushman & Wakefield champions inclusion in our workplace, with our thinking and our culture. Over the last 18 months the Australian team have collaborated with disability employment service Jobsupport to provide employment opportunities for people with intellectual disabilities.

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  • Cushman & Wakefield feature at API REIV State of the Market seminar

    Cushman & Wakefield’s National Director of Research Tony Crabb presented at the Australian Property Institute and Real Estate Institute of Victoria’s 2018 State of the Market recently held in Melbourne.

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  • CBD Growth Underpins Melbourne Team Expansion

    Leading global commercial real estate services firm, Cushman & Wakefield has further strengthened their Victorian agency platform with the appointment of three additional office leasing team members. The expansion of the Melbourne office leasing team follows a strong year for CBD prime rental growth during 2017, significantly outpacing Sydney and Brisbane.

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  • Changing Sydney's Industrial Landscape

    Industrial property could be set for its biggest revolution in the past 50 years. The sector has had to adapt to the offshoring of manufacturing, arrival of online shopping and the exponential increase in residential property values.  Now more than ever, the lack of quality industrial land in Sydney and subsequent augmented pricing is placing pressure on industrial property owners and investors to reinvent the asset class. 
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  • The Retailer - Focus on Financial Technology

    There have been significant shifts in the banking and finance sector over the last decade, with occupiers now targeting small-scale footprints for cashless banking models that cater to the digital banking habits of customers. As a result, new fit outs trend towards an open plan and a less rigid retailing environment. As a result, tenants can adopt a more flexible approach to their design masterplan.


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