Project Seres is a for-benefit nonprofit Guatemalan Association with a primary goal to help communities to find solutions for themselves. Project Seres recognises that its primary role is as facilitators to help this process of discovery and empowerment.
NDY director Rowan Peck recently volunteered at a Project Seres workshop in Guatemala involving the local youth. This article in Consulting Matters follows Rowan's journey and looks at the Seres approach of consultation that seeks to achieve real, sustainable, and long-lasting changes.
The projected growth of global supermarket chain ALDI in Queensland has been the catalyst for a second major distribution centre. The site at Brendale, North West of Brisbane, is situated on the site of a former brickworks.
ALDI’s project objective is to develop and deliver a fully functioning warehouse capable of supporting retail stores in the greater Brisbane area and to its north. The centre will integrate offices, ambient warehouse and coolhouse facilities on the site.