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PRESS RELEASE – Prime Minister’s Environmentalist of the Year set to MC National Clean Technologies Conference

December 10, 2018

The Prime Minister’s Environmentalist of the Year and leading sustainable business expert Arron Wood has been announced as the MC of the National Clean Technologies Conference due to take place from 29 – 31 May 2019 on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland. Building on the success of The Cleantech Effect event, run by the Sunshine…

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Final call for speakers for National Clean Technologies Conference

November 22, 2018

Do you have a new solution to announce, project success to feature or company case study to share with the Australian Cleantech Industry community? Individuals and organisations are invited to submit an abstract to deliver an oral presentation, panel presentation or workshop which addresses one or more of the conference topics at the National Clean…

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Sunshine Coast fast becoming ‘Cleantech Capital’ of Australia

October 27, 2018

  It’s already been called the ‘entrepreneurial capital’ of Australia by leading social commentator Bernard Salt, and now the Sunshine Coast is fast becoming the ‘cleantech capital’ of Australia too. On 24 October, Mayor Mark Jamieson officially launched the National Clean Technologies Conference & Exhibition which will take place from 29 – 31 May 2019…

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The Questions You Should Ask Your Project Builder

September 21, 2018

Project homes can be an ideal way of achieving a more affordable home, as they are designed and built to a formula that reduces risk and allows for economies of scale for the tradespeople, construction systems and materials. Overall, they typically cost less per square meter than a custom built home, however this can mean…

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Sustainable Business Practices Boost SME Success

September 21, 2018

Australian SMEs are set to benefit from customers demanding more than just a place to shop, with around three quarters (73 per cent) of shoppers actively seeking out businesses that offer sustainable products and services. The study conducted by American Express in partnership with Oxford Economics, found that many SMEs are capitalising on this market…

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