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Global plastic injection molding market expected to reach $233 billion by 2023

13 August 2018 | social
Global plastic injection molding market expected to reach $233 billion by 2023
Injection molding, the dominant sector in the plastics processing industry, shows no signs of slowing down, according to a new report from BCC Research (Wellesley, MA). The injection molding process is used to manufacture products in nearly every market segment from automotive and aerospace to toys and medical devices. 
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Warnings of ‘damaging’ 100km/h winds in NSW, Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania

9 August 2018 | social
Warnings of ‘damaging’ 100km/h winds in NSW, Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania
EXPECT cold, wet and very windy conditions across the nation’s southeast as winter continues to tighten its grip.
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Revisiting security defences as breaches, BEC losses mount

7 August 2018 | social
Revisiting security defences as breaches, BEC losses mount
Even as the US FBI warned that business email compromise losses had hit $US12 billion and were continuing to grow, Ticketmaster was warning customers about a 
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Human error sparks high data breach notifications

3 August 2018 | social
Human error sparks high data breach notifications
Human error is the second highest overall source of data breaches – and in some sectors the highest – according to the second quarterly report into notifiable data breaches, issued by the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC).
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August Is Small Business Festival Month in Victoria

1 August 2018 | social
August Is Small Business Festival Month in Victoria
Victoria’s small business festival aims to help owner-operators expand, acquire new skills and identify opportunities. This will be Victoria’s 13th annual festival and the schedule is packed with events held across metropolitan Melbourne and in various regional centers. Many are available free of charge. The Festival runs from August 1-31. Small Business Minister Philip Dalidakis praised local owner-operators for embracing the festival.
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How to handle a brand reputation crisis

30 July 2018 | social
How to handle a brand reputation crisis
History tells us brands can come back from the brink of a company crisis, yet it takes serious and long-term communications, vision and commitment to get there.  
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Allianz reveals top risks feared by SMEs

27 July 2018 | social
Top risks feared by SMEs
Acceptance is the initial step, they say… so in the case of risks, a firm – regardless of size – can never begin to prepare itself if it doesn’t first acknowledge the threat.
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Australia's Cheapest Cars To Own And Operate

24 July 2018 | social
Australia's Cheapest Cars To Own And Operate
Queensland's most expensive car costs $22,000 a year to run with the cheapest coming in under $6,000.
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Melbourne weather: Damaging winds and snow falls in parts of the Vic

20 July 2018 | social
Brace yourself for strong winds and rain
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IBM looks at the "hidden" costs of data breaches

18 July 2018 | social
The hidden costs of data breaches
A new global study by IBM Security has found that not only do data breaches cause more financial damage than businesses would like to admit, they are also generally difficult and expensive to manage.
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