A group of our Compact Signatories gathered at the Moe Service Centre & Library to begin the process of joining the GROW program on March 25. Supported by the GROW team, the morning centred around making connections, implementing an Action Plan, and product training to further their commitment to the Gippsland region. Coffee and a…

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Tell us about your business- We are manufactures, distributors and installers of uniquely designed/innovative Tactile Ground Surface Indicators (T.G.S.I.’s) and stair nosings. Why did you choose to be a part of GROW Gippsland?We designed and manufactured in Gippsland a world first self-cleaning, hard wearing large format Tactile of which we are very proud. What are…

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The GROW Gippsland program was a part of a fantastic event at The VRI in Traralgon on March 18, supporting Social Traders to spread the word about the benefits of social procurement and becoming a Social Enterprise in Gippsland. Attended by 50 individuals, the event discussed what a social enterprise is, how a business can…

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GROW Gippsland - Side View Red Latrobe Valley Bus

Creating jobs and regional growth Latrobe Valley Bus Lines provide public transport services across Latrobe Valley and Gippsland from Trafalgar to Sale, and prides themselves as being a leading company for employment and growth in the region. The company sees the GROW Gippsland program as a great opportunity to identify strengths and opportunities for growth…

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Welcome on-board to the first 28 businesses to sign the GROW Compact, leaders in our region! As part of the celebration on February 28, organisations leading the way in social procurement and employing community members from target demographic groups shared their stories to an engaged audience. Michael Crane from Gippsland Water expressed his awe of…

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GROW Gippsland’s Procurement Working Group met on February 18 at AGL Loy Yang, to discuss the ongoing creation of a regional procurement toolkit for Gippsland businesses. The meeting was very positive, with great work being done around the region. Businesses and organisations in the health, energy, infrastructure and Local and State government sectors present are…

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25 local businesses attended the Collingwood Business Breakfast in Sale on the 12th of February, hearing from guest speakers including GROW Gippsland’s Program Manager Cameron Spence, on ways to maximise local spend and inclusive employment. Damien McDowell from Collingwood Football Club spoke about the importance of building strong connections in local communities and taking this…

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Local Aboriginal businesses and community members recently had the chance to find out how they can get involved with the Avon River Bridge project at a workshop with shortlisted project suppliers held at Ramahyuck District Aboriginal Corporation in Sale.  Forty five people from local Aboriginal businesses, as well as state and federal  government, heard how…

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Grow Gippsland Healthcare services

Individuals in procurement and management roles from the Transport, Water, Utility, Roads, Health, Education and State and Local Government sectors gathered in November 2018 at Gippsland Water in Traralgon, to discuss methods to improve procurement practices, both social and local. The sentiment within the room was very positive, with some great suggestions for organisations to…

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