We create jobs and opportunities. We innovate and export. But too often our businesses and the people who work in them are painted as villains; our achievements left unsung.
We need to tell our own stories. We want to showcase the work of our industry leaders, our employees and our suppliers.
By sharing the stories of our people, we can bring our businesses to life.
We want to reach as many people as possible in a factual, engaging and entertaining way.
If you have a good story to tell, please let us know.
This article first appeared in The Australian newspaper on Monday 22 February 2021. One of Australia’s most successful private sector bushfire relief initiatives, which assisted more than 500 small business...Read more
This article first appeared in The Australian newspaper on Monday 15 February 2021. During last summer’s devastating bushfires, as thousands fled to safety under evacuation orders, the supply of fuel to affected...Read more
This article first appeared in The Australian newspaper on Monday 8 February 2021. Last year as the coronavirus pandemic sparked fear among Australians, Melbourne-based emergency doctor Simon Doyle focused on the small...Read more
This article first appeared in The Australian newspaper on Monday 1 February 2021. On Kangaroo Island, the January night sky had turned a ghostly, unnerving burnt orange. Kaytee Collins kept one eye...Read more
This article first appeared in The Australian newspaper on Monday 18 January 2021. A high-powered job in a bank can be stressful, but last summer a day in the office...Read more
This article first appeared in The Australian newspaper on Monday 8 March 2021. From extra volunteering to the development of a new food delivery model, consulting firm Accenture reached out...Read more
This article first appeared in The Australian newspaper on Monday 8 March 2021. “I remember being in Coles on January 5, 2020, with very little power, no dairy, no meat, no frozen...Read more
This article first appeared in The Australian newspaper on Monday 15 March 2021. When fire tore through Mogo on NSW’s south coast last year, homes and businesses were reduced to ash and...Read more
This article first appeared in The Australian newspaper on Monday 29 March 2021. Australia produces more food than it consumes but when the pandemic hit communities last year, many Australians became focused...Read more
This article first appeared in The Australian newspaper on Monday 22 March 2021. At the height of the black summer bushfires when much of Kangaroo Island was in flames, a handful of...Read more
Silicon Valley, Mumbai and … Ballarat. Twenty-five years ago, IBM Australia joined forces with Federation University Australia to invest in the regional Victorian centre of Ballarat. IBM Australia’s decision to...Read more
With this year’s winter crop harvest just around the corner, GrainCorp will bring hundreds of jobs to southern NSW with their harvest recruitment program, now underway. Currently, with a primary...Read more
Pioneering ‘deliver on demand’ shopping service launched at Stockland centres a first in the country
Stockland, one of the largest owners and operators of retail town centres in Central and Far North Queensland, has a longstanding commitment to supporting jobs, local businesses and the community...Read more
As we line up for a coffee at our local cafe or buy meat from our local butcher, we are becoming more accustomed to social distancing practices within our community....Read more
Home schooling has proved a struggle for many families during the COVID-19 pandemic but without Australian energy company Jemena’s donation of more than 100 recycled laptops, it would have been...Read more
During a time when many are feeling isolated, our pets have never felt more connected as we spend more time at home. But as we are faced with a restriction...Read more
It wasn’t just the strong and predictable wind that made Coopers Gap an ideal place for AGL and General Electric to build the Coopers Gap Wind Farm. The ready supply...Read more
Toowoomba nut producer Stahmann Farms doesn’t only use the recently-opened Toowoomba Wellcamp Airport to export produce to Asia. It also boosts business using the airport to bring in potential clients...Read more
A cutting-edge partnership between Bendigo Bank and Runway Geelong is helping up-and-coming entrepreneurs who want to take their startups to the global stage. Bendigo Bank has set up a pop-up...Read more
High-tech manufacturer and supplier of parts to the world’s biggest stealth fighter jet program, Quickstep, has plans to expand its Geelong technology facility, creating more high-skill local jobs. Australia’s biggest...Read more
Geelong food manufacturer Farm Foods is advancing plans to ramp up its export operations, creating new local jobs, to capitalise on the booming global consumer appetite for organic meat and...Read more
With one in five local jobs depending on tourism, Cairns has stepped up its pursuit of cashed-up luxury holiday-makers with new investments that highlight the confidence in the strength of...Read more
Students from the University of South Australia have been a part of the biggest show on earth that concludes tonight – the Game of Thrones. Rising Sun Pictures partnered with UniSA...Read more
Communities in NSW’s Central West should begin planning now to take advantage of the enormous opportunities landing on their doorstep when the new Western Sydney Airport takes off and reshapes...Read more
ADELAIDE-based Inovor Technologies is an Australian company making their mark in the space race. Their satellites can track objects in space, deliver earth images direct to clients, track fires, floods...Read more
EMPLOYERS and workers across Western Sydney are set to get a tailwind from the Western Sydney Airport when it opens in 2026, with hundreds of thousands of jobs planned for...Read more
“It's the biggest growth of any market we have in our entire network. So, it's phenomenal what's been occurring.” Qantas Group chief executive Alan Joyce Business leaders from tourism,...Read more
HOBART shipbuilder Incat has gone from building local boats four decades ago to now supplying the world’s best and fastest ferries to markets stretching from Trinidad to the Canary Islands,...Read more
When mining giant Rio Tinto decided more than a decade ago to anchor one of its fly-in, fly-out hubs in the Western Australian city of Busselton, it revitalised the coastal...Read more
Back when the car manufacturing industry was in full flight in Australia, small to medium-sized Victorian business Australian Performance Vehicles had three customers: Ford, Holden and Toyota. As a tier-one...Read more
Gladstone is a magnet for business activity; a perfect illustration of the benefits that flow into a community when it attracts investment. Grant King, the president of the Business Council...Read more
As far as career changes go, Jodie Auster’s journey from emergency department doctor to leading the Australian arm of one of the world’s biggest disruptors has been remarkable. She began...Read more