Women dominated the honours in this year’s Civil Contractors Federation South Australia 2019 awards and, as a CCF SA diamond partner and long-time sponsor of the association (CCF), Gallagher representatives were there to applaud the winners.
‘2019 will be the year of the vegan’, predicted The Economist in December last year, claiming in a feature that the no-animal-products diet is set to become mainstream and citing McDonald’s McVegan burgers as proof.
As a committed advocate for safety in road transport, Gallagher National Head of Transport Roz Shaw welcomes the Federal Budget allocation for improvements but would like to see the government also focus on driver licensing reform.
Australia is a world class wine making country, with exports climbing 10% in 2018 to $2.8 billion, but industry operations may have environmental impacts, and require proactive management.
More than 7500 athletes with intellectual disabilities came together to compete in the 2019 Special Olympics World Games held in Abu Dhabi in the Arab Emirates from 14‒22 March to represent 190-plus countries in 24 sports, in an event aimed at fostering a more understanding and inclusive world.
Gallagher is delighted to announce Tim Johns has joined our Tasmania business on 2 April as State Sales Manager.
The Gallagher South Australia team scored 64 off the stick, got third place overall (due to a heavy applied handicap) and took home the prize for the longest drive at the Civil Contractors Federation of South Australia (CCFSA) Golf Day at the Grange Golf Club on Friday 15 March.
After weathering one of the worst crop yields on record, Australians on the land and in regional areas are looking to the Federal Government to make provisions for support as hotter, drier conditions are confirmed to be a continuing trend.
Introducing Senior Claims Executive Monique Trautwein who has been selected for the Gallagher Australia Rising Stars program that identifies talented employees and fast-tracks their career progress.
Today’s travel and hospitality customer wants to go online and package their own personalised experience – and if they are not happy with the result they will tell the world via social media. Here’s how to meet their expectations.
New Zealanders among the team at the Gallagher Mulgrave branch were deeply saddened by the tragedy in Christchurch on Friday 15 April, when a terrorist gunman opened fire on Muslim worshippers at two mosques in the city, killing 50.
Two tropical cyclones are headed for the Northern Territory and Western over the weekend, the Australian Bureau of Meteorology reports. The Bureau has issued warnings as Category 4 Cyclone Veronica and currently Category 2 Trevor approach the coasts of both regions.
Heritage buildings, legacy formulas, prize-winning vintages. Vines that came to Australia under sail, roots wrapped in sacking, in some cases. It can take years to make a great wine. How do you protect the value of your winery?
Food recalls are on the rise, and it’s consumers who are acting as product watchdogs and making complaints when issues arise.
Gallagher National Head of Transport Roz Shaw spent 30 years heading up her own family-run transport operation. Here she talks about how a number of studies have shown that women in positions of authority benefit businesses, but Australia has been slow to get the message.
Every business that provides services or advice to clients needs professional indemnity (PI), or professional liability, insurance to protect themselves legally, but if you run a recruitment or legal hire agency it's especially critical.
As part of observing Women’s History Month our guest blogger Steve White, Head of Marketing & Communications Asia-Pacific, talks with Senior Account Executive Carmel Andricciola, a proud member of the Gallagher 30 Year Club and among the country's first female brokers.
It’s not all bushy beards, tasting notes and bragging rights in the craft brewing space. The nature of the industry and how it operates commercially raises issues around safety in particular.
Small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) represented the largest number of external administrators’ reports in 2018, according to a recent Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) report, which also identified industry sectors at highest risk. Here's how this could affect your business.