- Party Time's For Fun and Games
- Expansion into every State and Territory
- 70-year-old Ingleburn man soldiers on at work
- Plan Ahead
- Bubbling Along In The Great Outdoors
- WIN $3500 Worth of Outdoor Blinds from Australian Outdoor Living
- Ernst & Young Entrepeneur of the Year 2012 Nominee - Colin Kuchel - Australian Outdoor Living
- Hinging On High-Tech
- Getting Ahead Takes Skill
- Beyond the Bottom Line: Any Other Business
AOL's Christmas Parties are always a hit!
Colin Kuchel was featured in The Advertiser's Business Journal talking about Australian Outdoor Living and its expansion into other states and territories.
Peter Lewis, 70, of Ingleburn, is still working hard, with no plans for retirement.
Pool Division Manager at Australian Outdoor Living, Michael Robinson, explains why planning ahead is a good idea when it comes to investing in a Swimming Pool.
A coffee at a cafe on a windy day inspired Colin Kuchel to create a business that has grown from a staff of three to 45 in just seven years.
Founder of Home Improvement Company, Australian Outdoor Living's Colin Kuchel, has been nominated for the distinguished Ernst & Young Entrepeneur of the Year Award for 2012. Winner announced late 2012.
Australian Outdoor Living are currently running a competition via our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/australiaoutdoorliving) where you could WIN $3500 worth of Outdoor Blinds - choose from Clear PVC, Tinted PVC or our Bella Vista Shade Blinds.
Develop your skills to secure a future in the manufacturing industry, writes Cara Jenkin
Manufacturing workers must get a trade to survive the jobs decline as the industry morphs into providing high-tech, high value products rather than the mass production of basic goods.
When Colin Kuchel couldn't find good suppliers for his blinds business, he set up his own manufacturing plant. For him, that was the only way to ensure quality.