Every day we help people, communities, businesses and government connect with each other across the country, regardless of their size and where they are located.
Australia Post plays an important role in supporting small to medium businesses by helping them connect with their customers across Australia and the world.
Our presence across the length and breadth of Australia is unmatched; delivering millions of items each week to 11.3 million addresses, and operating over 4,400 Post Offices including 2,560 in rural and remote areas. We have a network of Business Hubs specifically to meet the needs of our business customers, and we provide access to a range of eCommerce solutions.
Our ability to influence and impact thousands of Australian communities means we are uniquely placed to help build a better future for everyone, everywhere, every day.
We understand that our opportunity today is unique and important. We aim to use our presence in every Australian community to enable positive environmental and sustainable outcomes while delivering exceptional value for our customers, our workforce and our community.
The Department designs and implements Australian Government policy and programs to protect and conserve the environment, water and heritage, promote climate action, and provide adequate, reliable and affordable energy.
Currie gives voice to people and organisations that sustain and improve our food, our land and our planet. As a proudly certified B Corporation and a participant in the United Nations Global Compact, Currie uses the power of business to change things for the better.
Currie works with leaders who aren’t afraid to start difficult conversations about complex challenges. Currie turns their visions into strategies and stories that make sense. Currie is fully committed to playing its part in creating a sustainable future – a fairer, safer and kinder future for all.
Our world is ever-changing – and with it, comes growing pains. A growing population means we’re using more resources and leaving a bigger footprint on the environment.
Finding new ways to make better use of our natural resources isn’t easy, but we’re up to the task. For over 150 years, SUEZ has led the way in delivering smart and sustainable resource management solutions for businesses, governments and communities.
Whether its treating and re-using wastewater or generating renewable energy from waste, our experts are embracing the power of innovation to lead the resource revolution and find more sustainable ways of living.
L’Oréal always strives to be an ethical and engaged business, and as such contributing to issues facing our environment and society remains a priority. As such we are proud to sponsor the 33rd Banksia National Sustainability Awards, specifically the Youth as our Changemakers Award.
We believe that it is critical to engage with the youth of today who we know have a strong passion for science, sustainability, and climate action. The youth of today will be the decision makers of tomorrow, and we need their input if we are going to find solutions and adapt to the pressing environmental, social and economic crises facing our world.
GlamCorner is an online women’s fashion rental business that was founded in July 2012. From the start, the company set out on a mission to change the way Australian women access and consume fashion in today’s wear-and-discard status quo.
The company’s founders, husband and wife team Dean and Audrey, discovered that the average Australian woman only wears around one third of her wardrobe – with the remaining amount piling up in her closet or ending up in the landfill within a year of purchase. When Dean and Audrey realised that our societies’ wear-and-discard culture comes with such a detrimental cost to the environment, they decided to work on a solution so that garments can stay in circulation for as long as possible.
It was at this moment that GlamCorner was born to build a solution that allows customers access to a constantly updated wardrobe of designer brand clothing at an affordable price point and without the burden of ownership.