Retail giant Woolworths plans to invest more than $50 million over the next three years to help equip its team with new skills and capabilities for the retail industry of the future.
GUEST OPINION: Nine months since the COVID-19 outbreak was formally declared a pandemic, with close to 50 million individuals infected, and the global economy experiencing its worst recession since the Second World War, the impact and associated costs of a healthcare crisis cannot be underestimated.
Many Australian businesses believe COVID-19 has presented them with an opportunity to innovate, according to new research by Microsoft which found that for the majority of organisation surveyed, the pandemic accelerated digital transformation and the digitisation of customer and supply chain interactions.
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