[Australian Financial Review] "Our modelling predicts that services will compromise an even greater proportion of the economy by 2030 (up 5 per cent to 77.3 per cent), due in part to increased health spending and new export opportunities in Asia."
"Businesses will need to adopt more flexible work arrangements as labour becomes harder to find."
We celebrated our fifth anniversary this November 27. Five years ago, Flat Planet CEO Chris Moriarty and Co-Founder and Managing Director Barlow took a massive leap of faith and established the company in Ayala Avenue, Makati.
“We thank everyone who has been part of our journey,” said Chris, emphasising how it was the combined effort of all the employees, the management team, clients and vendors that have enabled the business to grow and thrive.
Leading Virtual Talent company Flat Planet has been recognised as one of the fastest growing companies in Australia, in the Business Review Weekly ‘BRW Fast 100 2015.’ Flat Planet was ranked 36th. This is the second year in a row that Flat Planet has received a BRW award, improving from last year’s position of 73rd.
Flat Planet is a BRW Fast Starter company and is ranked 73rd on the 2014 list.
“We are now recognised as one of Australia’s top 100 fastest growing companies. BRW cites businesses that have demonstrated significant revenue growth during the 2013-2014 financial year”, says David Barlow, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Australia.
Terrified of community criticism, but urgently seeking cost savings and new growth opportunities, an increasing number of small businesses are looking to send jobs offshore, according to CEO and co-founder of Flat Planet Chris Moriarty.
(Manila, Philippines, September 5, 2012) Flat Planet, Australia’s leading virtual talent company, announced the launch of its new corporate website (www.flatplanet.com.au). The site was conceptualized and developed by award-winning strategic marketing communications agency TeamAsia.