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How billions of datapoints became a Business Risk Index

How billions of datapoints became a Business Risk Index

Last week CreditorWatch launched a highly valuable, Australian-first economic indicator—the Business Risk Index. Each month the index reveals which regions in Australia are at the highest and lowest risk of insolvency in the future – critical information for businesses and government as we continue to navigate through the downturn from the coronavirus pandemic toward economic recovery. Business decisions guided by real-time data Understanding the […]

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The CreditorWatch Business Risk Index: Australia’s most incisive leading indicator of business risk

The CreditorWatch Business Risk Index: Australia’s most incisive leading indicator of business risk

Sydney, 13 October 2021 – Leading digital commercial credit reporting bureau CreditorWatch is today releasing the results of its inaugural monthly Business Risk Index, a groundbreaking predictive economic indicator to help guide businesses when making future growth plans and inform public policy. The Business Risk Index is a new regional credit rating that ranks more than […]

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CreditorWatch appoints ex-Olympian as Head of People & Culture

CreditorWatch appoints ex-Olympian as Head of People & Culture

SYDNEY, 24 September 2021 – Australian digital credit reporting bureau, CreditorWatch, has today announced the appointment of Fiona Crawford, a two-time medal-winning Olympian and HR Director of the Year finalist, as its General Manager for People and Culture. Fiona joins CreditorWatch following an impressive career spanning professional sports – where she played at the very […]

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Business Risk Review – August 2021

Business Risk Review – August 2021

Lockdowns slam the brakes on business activity After showing signs of resilience in July, the full impact of continuous lockdowns has taken its toll on Australian business activity, with dire outlooks for many businesses specifically in Sydney and Melbourne. Key findings from August 2021: The CreditorWatch Business Risk Review for August 2021 highlights the difficult lockdown period most Australians are currently experiencing and masks a calm before the […]

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What does the new Payment Times Reporting Scheme mean for your business?

What does the new Payment Times Reporting Scheme mean for your business?

A piece of legislation came into being on the 1st of January this year that will have major ramifications for small businesses in Australia. The Payment Times Reporting Bill 2020 established the Payment Times Reporting Scheme, which requires businesses with an income of more than $100 million to report on their payment terms and practices […]

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Business Confidence Critical for Trade Credit: New Research

Business Confidence Critical for Trade Credit: New Research

Download EOFY Playbook This is the second year CreditorWatch has published its Economic Insights: the Road Ahead report, which is an opportunity to reflect on the financial year that was and form a view on Australia‘s economic future and the factors that are likely to drive it. The report includes CreditorWatch CEO Patrick Coghlan’s view […]

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