Giving small businesses a helping hand
Doing business with big business shouldn’t be overwhelming or difficult. But it can be, as Mining for Business partners Bronwyn Reid and Ian Rankine discovered when they started an environmental consultancy in Emerald, in the heart of the Queensland mining sector, 18 years ago. They know first-hand the problems you face as a small business owner trying to do better and smarter business within organisations that are much larger than your own. After all, they started with just one small coal-mining contract and successfully built an award-winning business that today supplies products, equipment and services to many leading resource companies, including Rio Tinto, BHP and GlencoreXstrat.
We have built our strong reputation by working with these large corporates.
But only for “Small” business.
It seems that the pressure (and media spotlight) put on one of Australia’s largest multinationals…
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"I found this timely for me and something that I find most businesses don't take enough to time to consider. I really appreciated the quick concise overview of the content on this topic and would encourage business to look at their internal project management strategies to best manage cost leaks of the ventures they undertake. In software development we call it feature creep, one and the same really. Keep up the good work!"
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