The recent federal budget put forward by Josh Frydenberg echoed out what appears to be the tone for the rest of our States and Territories, JOBS, JOBS, and JOBS.
Stephanie Gleeson gives us an update on how the Architecture & Interior Design industry is fairing in light of Victoria’s second COVID-19 wave and Stage 4 Lockdown.
In this video we hear from Bruce Whetters, who gives us an Market update on whats been going in across architecture and interior design in Melbourne since COVID-19 hit our shores.
The federal government has introduced the ‘Jobkeeper’ initiative, designed to assist employers retain staff where possible and offer financial support to workers.
Jamie Keay provides some insight into what has been happening in the Architecture and Interior Design markets, in Sydney, over the last three months.
Stephanie Gleeson from our Melbourne office caught up with Steve Fox, the General Manager of BIM Consulting.
It would be fair to say that unless you have been hiding under a rock, you will have heard about Brexit and the looming changes the UK leaving the EU will bring. Our affiliate Oliver from JAK had a chat with Nicholas De Klerk – Associate from Aukett Swanke, to gain further insight into the impact Brexit is and will have on the industry….
Bruce Whetters takes a broad look at market activity, where the roles are likely to be as we head into 2019, and zone in on a range of points to help you out – whether that be recruiting for new roles within your business or looking for a new role personally
Jamie Keay sees that there are no obvious signs of things slowing down dramatically and the feedback that we are getting from our client base is that there are more opportunities out there…
The construction, architecture, and interiors market is booming due to an ongoing influx of money from Asia, Jamie Keay notes in this market update.