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Aged Care

Six things Aged Care Providers should be doing now

Trust isn’t something that Australians are giving easily to Aged Care Homes right now. The Aged Care Commission’s Interim Report released last month was an uncomfortable read for all. It’s sad and sometimes shocking revelations puts the reputation of all aged care homes, both the bad and the good, at risk. The challenge is: Can facility

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Aged Care

The procurement mindset that could revolutionise your business

The realities of running an aged care facility well can be harsh.   Between balancing strategic goals, managing director expectations, ensuring employee satisfaction and delivering for your residents, it can feel as though there’s a never-ending mountain to climb.   And you’re climbing it blindfolded.   It’s no surprise then that, when it comes to

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Aged Care

Two easily overlooked consumable cost drivers

In the world of consumable procurement, cost is often perceived to be everything. This is only one marker of operational efficiency, however, and often not the most sophisticated one. From observing facilities that take a more holistic approach, we’ve identified two factors that outweigh price Set up When it comes to set up, seemingly minor

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Beverage and Accommodation

How the 2019 budget affects hospitality providers

This year’s budget is clearly aiming, as Morrison often says, ‘to give a go to those that have a go’. Small – Medium Businesses (with a turnover up to 50 million) will receive the instant Asset write off Scheme for a third year in a row, this time expanded to include multiple assets of up

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Our Stories

The story behind Australia’s iconic pie

  Most Australian’s have heard of the Ganmain Pie. Ben Murphy, the owner of the Ganmain Bakery, is now the guardian of the secret pie recipe, still untouched since Alf Britton developed it in 1943. “Same original taste.” Ben says. Ben is the fourth baker to own the bakery after Alf’s son John and John’s employee

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Our Stories

Two mates who wanted to drink great beer

    Frustrated with the lack of innovation in the local tourism industry,  Tim Martin looked west to the small town of Junee. Despite its small population of 6000, the town attracts crowds to its renowned Chocolate and Licorice Factory. “I liked the way that the Factory offered visitors an awesome experience of dining, shopping and

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