Entries by Ryan Ellem

Helping an Australian entrepreneur tell his story

Published: qweekend.com.au Date: 19 January 2019 Working with the qweekend team and Brisbane Veterinarian Dr Evan Shaw, I helped capture Evan’s journey with MS, along with the brilliant start-up business www.fleamail.com.au he’s created as a result of his disease and passion to help Aussie pet owners.    

Perth property prices forecast to bottom out, then rise modestly into 2019-20: report

Published: domain.com.au Date: 28 November 2018 Hope is on the horizon for Perth’s property market heading into 2019 and beyond, with prices predicted to grow faster than most markets across Australia. Domain’s new Property Price Forecasts report has predicted while Perth house prices will fall about 5 per cent in 2018, resulting in a median house […]

Brave Mia’s one wish

Published: The Courier-Mail Date: 10th November 2018 Little Mia Wilkinson has been through the year from hell. The five-year-old with the contagious smile beat off deadly sepsis, which she developed after a bout of the flu. Sadly, the bubbly preppy lost both her arms and her legs. Working with The Courier-Mail and Mia’s parents, Peter and Amy […]

Opportunity of a lifetime: Entire WA town up for sale

Published: 9news Date: 02 November 2018 One million dollars might not get you very far in Sydney or Melbourne, but in the small town of Tone River in Western Australia it won’t just buy you a home, it could just be enough to purchase an entire village. Tone River was originally built as a timber mill town […]

Brokers on a ‘one-way ticket’ to 60–70% market share

Published: TheAdviser Date: 15 October 2018 The head of a major aggregator is confident that the broking industry will further capitalise on the growing distrust of the established banks. Speaking at a Loan Market forum, chairman Sam White claimed that amid scrutiny from the financial services royal commission, which has highlighted the failings of the big […]

The changing face of an office

Published: The Sydney Morning Herald Date: 15 September 2018 Automation of jobs and offshore workforces have been widespread upshots of the digital age. It’s provided pause for thought in boardrooms and C-suites poring over budget-line items. It’s also encouraged office landlords – big and small – to think about how to future-proof their investments. Offshore manufacturing has […]