Business Chief ANZ

Business Chief ANZ is an innovative digital publication aimed at bringing business executives up-to-date with the latest news, information and trends from across Australia and, more broadly, Australasia.

As one of the top-ranked economies in the world, breaking news out of Australia can have a global effect. Business Chief ANZ offers its audience exclusive insight into the corporate business decisions that drives the Australian economy.

Our digital platform includes an interactive website and magazine experience that will give you insight into the operations, innovations, financial strategies and other business practices implemented by Australia’s most successful companies. And with businesses of all sizes and a strong market for startups and small to medium enterprises, we tailor our news and other informative articles specifically to the Australian business landscape.

At Business Chief Anz we aim to enhance the media landscape and generate open dialogue with our readers to influence the economy for the better, while creating an interactive client development tool.

Andy Turner
Chief Operating Officer
Stuart Irving
Managing Director

Explore our content

Business Chief Australia

Smart WFM launch new workforce management software, Apitome

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Apitome is a cloud-based data management platform that enables employers and staff through visualised data on operational efficiency
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Advanced Microgrid Solutions use AI to increase energy value

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AMS has built up deals across Australia to produce, manage and store 2,000MW of renewable energy, using AI to monitor market value to best effect.
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Fonterra announces new business strategy

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Fonterra has announced a new strategy that intends to supplement its 10,000 NZ milk suppliers with offshore “milk components”
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NZ fashion leader Zambesi looking to sell the brand

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New Zealand fashion icon looking to sell its brand, possibly to offshore investors