Ros Casey explains how a corporate partnership between an energy company and an environmental not-for-profit demonstrates the value of starting small and thinking big. Ros Casey explains how a corporate partnership between an energy company and an environmental not-for-profit demonstrates the value of starting small and thinking big. Earlier this year Transgrid, a high voltage electricity network company, and Greening Australia were acknowledged with a Judge’s Encouragement Award in the Medium Business category of the Prime Minister’s Community Business Partnership Awards. When speaking about the partnership the key message was “Start small – think big.” Seven years ago the two organisations started a modest project with Transgrid giving Greening Australia…

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