Nick Austin, founder of Divvy - Talking Business 2014, Ep 47

Plus interview with economist Francis Grey.

Nick Austin, founder of Divvy a website that enables people and businesses to rent out car spaces, making better use of space in our cities and urban areas. Divvy is founded on the concept of collaborative consumption made famous businesses such as Uber and Airbnb.

Plus interview with economist Francis Grey.

Leon and Garry talk about issues including:

· Activity in China’s manufacturing sector declining and house prices falling while the Eurozone’s manufacturing sector grinds to a halt and Italy slips into a recession and Moody’s cuts Japan’s credit rating.
· Deloitte Access Economics economist predicts bigger budget deficits
· A PricewaterhouseCoopers report showing that most Australian businesses are not engaging with Asia.

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parking, city, Japan, China, Eurozone, Budget deficits, tax, Asia, manufacturing, dollar, interest rates