Optimal Industrial Noise Control Solutions

In a work environment, reducing noise levels is a priority to prevent distraction and increase safety. For the last decade Flexshield has provided quality noise control and soundproofing products and services as well as a comprehensive range of safety and operational solutions, and has become a market leader in its field.


Improving Collaboration on Construction Projects

Not so long ago, the construction industry relied on paper documents to get the job done. With some projects requiring truckloads of documents (literally!), locating a single paper within this information overload was like finding a needle in the proverbial haystack – practically impossible.


Balancing Act

Since 1988, Ramvek has been a leading retail shopfitting and hospitality fit-out company producing quality projects for commercial and retail clients. The company is capable of both high-end and complex work delivered from its five thousand square metre manufacturing facility.


A Fourth Generation Family Company

In 1934, Herb and Doris Charlesworth opened a small nut and dried fruit stand at the Central Market in Adelaide. Eighty years later, Charlesworth Nuts has earned its place as an iconic South Australian business – and the Charlesworth family is still at the helm.

Charlesworth Nuts

Prime Cut

For Australians, there is nothing as good as a plump, juicy lamb chop or leg steak to get your teeth into, especially if it has been grown locally. Apparently, the people of the Middle East feel no different.

Frew Group

Quality and Freshness for Three Generations

Piñata Farms is one of Australia’s leading growers of fresh tropical fruit. The company is the largest pineapple grower and ranks third in Australia for the volume of its strawberries and mangoes. Now third generation pineapple growers, the business was started by the father of current Managing Director Gavin Scurr. This industry is rife with challenges, but through extensive research and development, Piñata Farms has not only survived but thrived, with good business management and a solid plan for the future.

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Thoughts from the Shopfront

Tú Projects is a true end-to-end shopfitting company – but that description hardly encompasses the thinking that has gone into the business of providing a shopfitting service. It’s a whole lot more complex than just nailing things together in a mall…

Tú Projects

Tyre Kicking Still Rocks

The car industry tried for many years to promote online buying. With a few fringe exceptions (Tesla is one that may have escaped Australians’ notice because its electric products are suited least of all to our wide open spaces), it has failed. Yes, there are vested interests behind the dealer chains of developed countries, but there is another factor; customers want to kick the tyres, sit in the seats and admire the paintwork before they sign the contract – and they want to experience these sensations in reality, not virtuality.

Current Trends in Retail

Retail Therapy

Over time, retail shopping has become a source of therapy, garnering the ability to improve peoples’ moods as they shop, satisfying their retail needs and desires. In the United States, according to a survey conducted by TNS Global for Ebates.com, 52 per cent of people admit to having engaged in retail therapy, with 64 per cent of those being women who have admitted to shopping to improve their mood.

Shopping Our Way to Happiness?

A Global Reach with a Local Focus

Forging success, for companies that have entered the global arena, is no easy task – there is no silver bullet. Success is achieved through hard work and an ability to maintain a formidable company culture that gains recognition on the grandest scale.

MCI Australia

Making Sense of Management

Management is the art, or science, of getting things done through people. Sounds fairly straightforward – except for the fact that people are not robots waiting to do our bidding. People have their own minds, motivations, and goals. So how do managers keep operations – and the people behind them – running as planned?

January 18, 2019, 3:30 AM AEDT