RSM Australia

Case studies

More than just a service – it is personal: Porter Davis Homes

1 December 2016
Video Testimonial for Porter Davis Homes

Case Study: Oz Trees

6 July 2016
Mark Prascevic, owner of Oz Trees in Colac, Victoria, has experienced the highs and lows of owning and operating a native plant business. However, Mark says that it is the confidence that director Brad Eppingstall and accountant Simon Ward from RSM’s Ballarat office give him that have helped him improve business efficiency and the bottom-line.

Case Study: Nature's Food World

6 July 2016
Nature’s Food World is an Australian family business passionate about supplying the highest quality infant food products, destined for babies and children around the world. Karla Gartshore founded the company in 2012 after recognising an opportunity to provide quality Australian dairy products to the Chinese market.

Case Study: F1rst Class Fitness

6 July 2016
F1rst Class Fitness is a boutique personal training studio located in the Brisbane CBD, owned and managed by Gemma Cuskelly. What started as a small studio in 2012 is now the largest dedicated personal training studio in the Brisbane CBD, offering no-contract gym memberships, group fitness workouts or one-on-one training tailored to the individual.

Case Study: Elliotts Group

6 July 2016
Founded in 1961, Elliott’s Landscape Supplies grew out of the timber industry in Tumut, New South Wales. The company grew strongly and was soon known to provide quality landscape and building supplies throughout Australia.

Case study: Hutcheon and Pearce

1 January 2015
The global population is expected to total more than 9 billion by 2050 and farmers will need to double their agricultural output while using the same amount of land, water and other resources. This challenge is one that General Manager of Hutcheon and Pearce, Arron Hutcheon, is ready to play a part in.

Case study: Wills Domain

1 January 2015
Margaret River in Western Australia is Australia’s premium wine region. The region has weather moderated by the Indian Ocean and lots of sunshine.

Case study: Pindari

1 January 2015
The vital and booming resources sector in Western Australia generates more than $100bn a year in revenue and inspires tens of billions of dollars in new resource investments. Pindari is one company that has swiftly grown from strength to strength through the boom.

Case study: Cambinata Yabbies

1 January 2015
Cambinata Yabbies are found in the world’s finest restaurants, but how many diners are aware of the extraordinary woman who pioneered Western Australia’s aquaculture industry in the face of recession and drought to bring this delicacy to their table?

Case study: Avondale Farm

1 January 2015
2014 marked a significant milestone for 2012 NSW Farmers of the Year Peter and Alison Campbell.  Over 100 years ago Peter’s grandfather started farming 640 acres (260 hectares) 17 kilometres west of Henty, near Albury in the Eastern Riverina area. The Campbells have held the farm, ‘Avondale’, through three generations and two world wars.

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