Proudly Australian made, additive and permeate free, A2 Milk is no ordinary milk; it comes from specially selected herds of cows that produce A2 beta-casein protein rather than A1. “We have grown tenfold in the last five years,” says the CEO of A2 Dairy Products Australia, Peter Nathan. “The reason for that is we have a genuine point of difference. We would argue that most competitors have a very minimal point of difference relative to private label.”
Shingle Inn is a family run, boutique chain of cafés, blending the grandeur and traditions of yesteryear with a contemporary vibe. Born in the midst of the Great Depression, Shingle Inn is more than just a business; it is a fascinating part of Brisbane’s local history.
In December 2012, TransGrid, the owner, operator and manager of the high-voltage electricity transmission system in NSW, announced a freeze on its transmission revenue in 2013 in a bid to remove price volatility for customers. In addition, TransGrid has undertaken for at least the next five years to keep revenue increases to no more than CPI.
Today he has over 50 staff with offices in Australia, New Zealand and the UK whilst he resides in Sydney – but travels extensively to attend exhibitions and conventions to ensure he keeps up with the fast moving trends in high-tech telecommunications.
As the world’s second largest provider of managed workspace solutions, Servcorp offers a diverse range of smart, flexible and professional solutions and advanced technologies to businesses of all sizes.
The company was founded by Director, and major shareholder, Vittorio Tarchi, who was pleased to divulge some key secrets to this sizable company’s success. “VISA Global Logistics got to where it is today thanks to our ability to gel together a partnership between individuals with completely different abilities and personalities but with a common drive to achieve excellence in our field,” he explains.
Customers around the world have been reaping the benefits of installing Verosol blinds and shutters for 50 years now. “You can have beautiful blinds that obviously co-ordinate with the aesthetics of the house. You can have a house that’s more comfortable to live in, is more affordable to run and increases the capital value for you in the long term.”
The locally owned company was launched eight years ago by Nicholas Mason & Christina James, who recognised the deficits of the business model employed by other providers at the time and chose to create a better, more people-centred service.
The company’s fibre optic network is unique in Australia and provides its customers with the reliability, simplicity and speed needed for e-business.
The environmentally-minded recent graduate realised that something had to be done. As luck would have it, a family friend happened to be an expert in solar energy studies, and Mr Boadle jumped at the chance to investigate this promising source of renewable power. He quickly realised that “it would be a good idea to be in at the ground floor,” and began experimenting extensively with solar power on his own.