CUSTOMERS

A dream of a better life, and how it became real

Escaping years of domestic violence was just the start of Linda’s journey to provide a better life – and a family home - for her kids.

ANZ CoreLogic Housing Affordability Report 2023

A guide to the trends and main drivers of housing affordability across Australia.

Mackay's sporting chance to diversify its economy

Many of the important lessons of growing up often come through sport, the Mackay community have pulled together to make a sports stadium a central part of their growth.

Australian Budget 2023: the view from main street

Australia might have a surprise surplus but the challenges are mounting for business. What do ANZ business customers think?

Tandy Group crushes carbon footprint with sustainability upgrade

Businesses aided in the transition to net zero with $200 million in available clean energy finance: Tandy Group's sustainability upgrade saves fuel and boosts production.

Just what the doctor ordered- 100 years of EBOS success

Celebrating a century of business, EBOS CEO John Cullity highlights the expansion into pharmaceuticals and animal healthcare – a long way from just lighting up homes.

Michael Hill: a history in diamonds

For a business with such a proud entrepreneurial history, Michael Hill has had to deal with its fair share of adversity. But it continues to evolve and expand.

Outlook sunny for Queensland agriculture

Queensland Ag: great weather, great soil and great people

The talent challenge: how to win them, how to keep them

Back to basics: The step by step of attracting and retaining talent

Four generations of Queensland farmers feeding the nation

The Qualischefski family have built a thriving horticulture, farming and packing business outside Toowoomba through a combination of ambition, persistence, adaptability and technology.

How do you judge a customer relationship?

Good business relationships can last for decades, ANZ’s connection to e&s is now in its second generation.

The story of Story Bridge Hotel

The Story Bridge may be one of Brisbane’s most notable landmarks but it had to change course to accommodate the pub that sits beneath it. Literally.