Sensis produces occasional special SMEs reports in addition to our regular surveys. These are usually one-off; however, some form part of a series over a finite period. The archive below goes back to 1994.
Sensis® Insights Report: Teleworking- June 2005
The Sensis® Insights Report: Teleworking - June 2005 was sourced from the Sensis® Consumer Report, and the Sensis® Business Index. The report looked at the attitudes and behaviours to working away from the usual workplace during normal business hours aided by some form of technology. The report found Australians enthusiastically embracing technology and are using the flexibilities offered by technology to change how we do work and how we do business.
Sensis® and Australian Business Limited Manufacturing and Allied Services Index – September 2004
The September 2004 Manufacturing and Allied Services Index recorded strengthening business confidence for manufacturers, however manufacturing firms were more worried about the next 12 months than their counterparts in closely allied sectors. Perceptions of the current state of the economy improved strongly, with the vast majority of firms believing that the economy would be at least as strong or better a year from now. Performance in the key demand indicators of sales and capacity utilisation improved, and there was continued strong employment performance. Key economic indicators for the year ahead maintained strong levels.
Sensis® e-Business Report – The Online Experience - July 2004
This special report examines small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) and their attitudes towards, and experiences with, e-business. Research with 1,800 SMEs was undertaken across a range of online technologies, including the internet and e-mail. The research was undertaken in May 2004.
Sensis® Business Series eMarketing Presentation - May 2004
These small and medium enterprise information seminars are a great way to get an update on what's happening in marketing and advertising trends in Australia today. They provide an insight into effective online strategies, which can help you succeed in business. This years' presentation discusses how you can integrate marketing and advertising strategies to drive your online return on investment.
Sensis® and Australian Business Limited Manufacturing and Allied Services Index – March 2004
The March 2004 Manufacturing and Allied Services Index recorded strong levels of business confidence for manufacturers and allied firms, however manufacturing firms were more worried about the next 12 months than their counterparts in allied sectors. Perceptions of the current state of the economy were also strong, with the vast majority of firms believing that the economy would be at least as strong or better a year from now. In line with strong expectations for the economy over the coming year, key economic indicators were also strong for the year ahead, with the main area of weakness being capital expenditure.