BRIGHTON Hardware owners Paul Diaz and Leanne Taylor are absolutely over the moon with their recent win in the Telstra Small Business Awards but the say the win is “all down to their wonderful customers”.
Paul and Leanne won the Tasmanian business owner micro-business award after turning around a business to be the success that it is today.
“We couldn’t have done this without our wonderfully loyal customer base and we would really like to thank them for helping us achieve what we have been able to achieve,” Leanne said.
A customer-focused hardware store, Brighton Hardware took out the Telstra businessowner micro-business award turning around what Paul described as a dying business and in its place, maintaining and establishing a loyal group of customers in a very competitive market.
By CAMERON BROWN
Principal of St Paul’s Catholic School
ST PAUL’S Catholic School has started delivering an exciting and innovative birth to four years program for its school community. This program is called Engaging the Learning Community (ETLC) The goal of the program is to create a community rich in learning and teaching so that it can provide opportunities to develop meaningful relationships with the three central protagonists in a child’s learning – the child, the family and the school. Continue reading “School engages the learning community”