“There was no framework to encourage investment in those areas at all. “There was very little, even when you looked at things like the extension of the asset investment writedown that could have potentially been tailored towards greener options and had some requirements around that, which would have helped to push companies to take advantage of the opportunities,” she laments. “They’re still continuing to ignore the fact that this is an amazing opportunity for Australia to reinvent itself and to take advantage of some really incredible opportunities that could be there if the government can provide the right framework.”
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She says the budget failed to do that and it “has no vision or strategy and lacks clear direction.” Will budget 2021 help your business? Tell us your story
As an employer of mostly women, Ms Titchkosky also had better childcare options high on her budget wish list and welcomes the government’s $1.7 billion childcare package. “I do applaud the government in relation to that because I think that will have an impact for quite a few families.” )
ABC News: John Gunn Furniture manufacturer and retailer, Sasha Titchkosky wanted to see more measures that tackle Australia’s carbon emissions in the federal budget.(
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