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Sustainability a winner as Verdia’s books grow by 500 per cent

In just the last year, Verdia – a Sydney-based company that delivers “end-to-end” sustainable energy solutions for big commercial industry and government – has more than doubled its full-time staff and grown its customers and projects 500 per cent.

Nu-tility ready for its next capital raising, as a B Corp

In a move that signals that the capital markets know a thing or two about which way the renewable wind is blowing, former investment bankers Toby Greenane and Daniel Barber are about to launch a new capital raising and hire up to six new staff for their start-up energy company Nu-tility.

Supply chain issues on the rise

Mark Lyster’s Action Sustainability is hiring. After more than a year since launching in the new and you’d expect tough field of supply chain sustainability, the company is now positioned for growth.

Design Futures Council gets Australian chapter

A think tank formed to help navigate global trends, challenges and opportunities for innovation in the architecture, engineering and construction sectors has launched an Australian chapter.