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Budget 2021 residency rules for expats

Most Australians working offshore, or foreigners working in Australia, will be aware of the complexity of Australia’s tax rules – particularly those that apply to the question whether they remain … Continued

Born Global: April 2021

Hello friend, Our 2020 Survey of Global Australians suggested that 10% of our Advance community had returned home since March 2020, at least in part due to the pandemic. Since … Continued

Born Global x Coffee Pods - Dr Sandro Demaio

#BornGlobal Coffee Pods: Dr Sandro Demaio

LISTEN > Amplifying science with Dr Sandro Demaio A public health advocate and sustainable food architect, Dr Alessandro (Sandro) Demaio founded his career using nutrition as a platform for social … Continued

Yong In Cho - Coffee Pods

#BornGlobal Coffee Pods: Yong In Cho

LISTEN > Meet a young Fintech mastermind taking Asian cashless economies by storm Yong In Cho is a fintech expert, specialising in the payments industry, with deep knowledge of the … Continued

Born Global March 2021

Born Global: March 2021

Hello friend, Our mission at Advance.org has always been to promote the achievements of global Australians and to support your journey – from the time you make the decision to … Continued

Postcard from New York: Down but not out

It’s all we talk about these days — how has COVID affected life, work, play, friendships, community, and business, and when will everything be back to normal? While sometimes it feels overwhelming living in a metropolis that’s regularly been featured as the epicentre of a global pandemic, the exciting and hopeful thing we notice every day is that the heart and soul of New York City lives on quietly in the background; while we get on with a new type of normal.

Born Global Coffee Pods - Dr Susan Graham

#BornGlobal Coffee Pods: Dr Susan Graham

In our latest #bornglobal Coffee Pods we ask ‘What does regreening the planet with tech look like?’ According to our guest Dr Susan Graham, we can restore 500 billion trees by 2060. Listen in to this extraordinary conversation with young Australian entrepreneur and Advance Award winner, hosted by Holly Ransom.

#BornGlobal Coffee Pods: Dr Abigail Allwood

Advance is launching the #bornglobal Coffee Pods podcast series hosted by Holly Ransom. In this first episode we are joined by NASA’s Dr Abigail Allwood as she lands the Perseverance Rover on Mars in real-time. Listen to this personal interview with an Australian trailblazer.

Born Global : February 2021

Hello friend, In a turnaround from last year, we’re starting 2021 with optimism here in Australia. As all countries wrestled with the trade-offs of protecting health and the economy, we have seen … Continued

Postcard from Singapore: Overturning the “old normal” as an expat

It is a strange and challenging time for so many right now, but in the cultural melting pot of Singapore, I see changes sparked by the pandemic that will redefine the way we work and business focus for years to come. Environmental and social responsibility, employee wellbeing and flexible working are the big winners as prolonged travel restrictions overturn the “old normal” for expats and locals alike.

Born Global : December 2020

From the CEO What a remarkable end to the year! Thank you to the 1,300 members and friends who completed the Advance Annual Survey of Global Australians. The survey revealed many new … Continued

Born Global : October 2020

From the CEO CONGRATULATIONS to the winners of the Advance Awards 2020! We celebrated a number of firsts this year, including our 37 finalists, hosting the Awards online, the introduction of a … Continued

Celebrating the launch of Advance in Japan

WATCH > We celebrated the launch of Advance in Japan with inaugural Advance Ambassador Melanie Brock. Advance.org Chairman Yasmin Allen joined the Hon. Richard Court AC, Australia’s Ambassador to Japan … Continued

Commentary : COVID-19: The Board and Talent

READ > Future focused: governance developments on the COVID-19 journey including questions directors can ask to test their organisation’s approach a report by Karina Marcar and Brian Freestone Research conducted … Continued