“Coming together is a beginning, staying together is progress, and working together is success”. This quote from Henry Ford, published in the 2023 Annual Report of Marine Bioproducts Cooperative Research Centre (MBCRC), epitomises the nature of the Federal Government’s Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) Program as well as the relationship between Lee Green and MBCRC.
The person who wrote the old adage “if you do something you love, you never work a day in your life” clearly never stepped foot inside a thriving bakery business. Ben Thickbroom’s passion for baking is obvious, but so too are the long hours and extraordinary effort it takes to manage and run the Parap Bakery in Darwin.
“We believe real human connection makes everything work better - communities, organisations and systems”.
With one of their core company values being connection, it seems appropriate that Think Human teamed up with Lee Green through a community connection between founder Mel Lambert and Lee Green Principal Mike Sweeney, via their childrens’ school and basketball club.
The saying might not be “as busy as an air conditioning service business in Darwin”... but it might as well be.
Luke Young is the Managing Director of Mechanical Building Services NT (MBS), a Darwin headquartered commercial air conditioning service and maintenance business which has seen significant growth in the four years he has been working with Lee Green.
Located just under an hour south of Adelaide, the Aldinga township has gone through some exciting changes recently. Part of that transformation is a new retail development called The Temperance Precinct.
Partly new and partly old, the older part is in the development’s namesake, the old Temperance Hotel which was built in 1868. The most well-known tenant in this part is Miss Gladys on Sea. The new part is two new double-story buildings, one of which houses Maxwell's Organic Grocery and Cafe, while the other houses our great clients, Sage House and Sage Loft.