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Natural Paint Co to roll into Aussie market by Snowball Effect

29/04/2021

[caption id="attachment_16696" align="alignright" width="232"] Image: www.snowballeffect.co.nz[/caption] Disruptive eco-friendly paint brand, Natural Paint Co is seeking a NZ$1.2 million capital raise through online investment platform Snowball Effect. This will include a pilot entry into the Australian market, according to a recent Scoop Independent News report. The Kiwi-owned and operated manufacturer of sustainable plant-based paints and oils has quickly established itself as a...

How to finance your new home renovation

29/04/2021

- SPONSORED - If you’ve heard the knock of hammers and scream of saws lately – you aren’t alone. Australia is well and truly in a new “renovation age” according to reports. A third of homeowners plan to renovate over the next five years with an average investment of $80,000. The Home Industry Association predicts Aussies will spend $38.5 billion on renovations,...

Bunnings to buy Beaumont Tiles

28/04/2021

Australia’s biggest tile retailer, Beaumont Tiles, has been sold to Bunnings for an undisclosed amount. Bunnings reported yesterday that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Australian hard surfaces retailer, Beaumont Tiles, subject to the satisfaction of a number of conditions including regulatory approval. The sale comes after the Beaumont family ran the Australian business for over 60 years,...

TABMA members to ‘shape the future’ of timber industry at 80-year Conference

23/04/2021

TABMA Australia will soon bring together the timber industry community in the picturesque Hunter Valley to ‘honour the past, treasure the present and shape the future’ during its inaugural National Conference, from June 16 to 18 2021. Taking place at the Oaks Cypress Lakes in the Hunter Valley, New South Wales, the 2021 TABMA National Conference will not only be a celebration...

Retailers hit by building supply shortages

22/04/2021

An international shortage of building products, including timber and steel, are just some of many products Australian retailers are now struggling to source as a result of current shipping delays, according to a recent report by The Standard. While industry groups now say it is part of an Australia-wide problem that has been partly prompted by HomeBuilder stimulus measures, retailers...