There have been hundreds of innovative changes in business operation and practice during the coronavirus that have enabled owners and operators to continue providing service rather than shutting their doors.
Post COVID-19, a compilation of these changes and coping strategies could make an interesting reading if added to our corporate knowledge.
Anthony Keane (NT News 25/5) offers reassurance that Australian house prices have not, in response to COVID-19 dipped dangerously. For Darwin, with a loss in value of 25% over the past 5 years to the lowest median ($402,000) of any Australian capital city, that reassurance has little meaning. Major devaluation has already happened.
Government spends money on promotions. Private enterprise reaps the benefit.
Government spends and privates earn on the basis of that expenditure.
Government government gives grants that should be loans.