The Next Five Years with Bernard Salt

Every organisation would value a crystal ball that looks into the future, predicting movements of people, economic trends, industry expectations and deep knowledge of how that information could translate into powerful business decisions. Of course there is no such device, but there is the insight of KPMG Partner Bernard Salt and his team of passionate demographic researchers.

In a Sky News program, The Next Five Years with Bernard Salt, he provides facts about the dynamic, complex and disruptive landscape ahead.

With expert guests, Salt explores and debates the big social and economic headwinds that will impact organisations. Issues include:

  • the affordable housing dilemma
  • the impact of prosperity and immigration on consumer spending
  • whether Australia's Innovation Agenda is really going to deliver the start-up success it needs
  • how the rise of robotics will change organisational strategies, relevance, and the roles and responsibilities of people
  • keeping up with increasing energy needs – are we producing enough power or do we need more reliable sources?
  • AgTech – what is the role of technology in driving growth and sustainable activity in Australia’s agribusiness industry. 

Every episode will be available here on the KPMG website.

Bernard Salt

Bernard launched KPMG Demographics and predicts major Australia trends.

 
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Why capital investment and M&A are vital for economy

A look at why overseas investors are seeking Australian assets and the economic impact.

 
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AgTech: Australia’s growth opportunity

Bernard Salt explores AgTech – how technology can help feed 2050’s extra 4 billion people?

 
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Keeping up with increasing energy needs

Bernard Salt and experts discuss potential power problems and solutions for Australia.

 
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Other episodes

Rise of Robojobs: The future world of work

Automation and robotics: Bernard Salt delves into what jobs will still exist in future.

 
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How to smash the affordable housing dilemma

Should millennials buy brunch or a house? Bernard Salt delves into housing affordability.

 
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