AFA WORLDWIDE NEWS
Global inflation is high. It is being boosted by COVID-related disruptions to supply chains, the war in Ukraine and strong demand which is putting pressure on productive capacity.
To prepare for the opening of Round Two, Austrade has updated the EMDG web pages to provide detailed information about the Grants.
For the furniture manufacturing sector the retail industry is a barometer and catalyst for constant change. But what will happen in 2022 and future years to come?
But we’d love to have you. More and more, the AFA receives calls on a whole range of topics, but mostly from stakeholders seeking help or advice, usually related to a business crisis. Increasingly the caller has assumed they are an AFA Member, when they are not. What...
The fastest growing industry in Australia is said to be the ‘lifestyle’ sector. Lifestyle media. Lifestyle design. Lifestyle communities. Lifestyle Products. Internet surfing or Instagram swiping has become the norm with the range of amazing products and design...
The Australasian Furnishing Association (AFA) is recognised as the peak industry association for the furnishing sector supply chain in Australia. Collectively the industry employs more than 250,000 Australians directly and up to 500,000 indirectly. With an estimated value of $27.4 billion, the furnishing industry is an important contributor to the economic well-being and wealth of the nation.
According to research and intelligence at BlackBerry, criminals are working out how to target consumers better. The infrastructure of the cyber underground has evolved so they can deliver more timely and personalised deceptions to the public.
Chemicals of concern are a growing health and environmental issue.