The week 30 October - 5 November 2017, Disability Enterprises across Australia are hosting events so you can come and see their work in action and support employment for people with disability.
BuyAbility member Wallara Logistics has seen business grow 400 per cent since setting up a 3PL (third-party logistics) arm seven years ago, reports Australasian Transport News.
On the 5th September 2017 the BuyAbility team is excited to be taking a positive message about supported employment to Parliament House.
The BuyAbility Campaign has launched a grass roots, social media campaign to demonstrate the importance of Disability Enterprises in providing meaningful employment for people with disability.
You're invited to our flagship networking event, the Bedford Big BBQ, proudly sponsored by NAB. Friday 10th February 2017, 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm.
Disability Services Australia have had a long association with Cantarella, packing many of their coffee products and marketing packs for more than 15 years.
Hydrowood and Oakdale Industries are delighted to announce a partnership to deliver unique flooring products to the national market.
ENTRIES are now open for the third Trash to Art competition. The event, run by the Christie Centre, encourages people to be creative by using discarded and salvaged materials.
This month BuyAbility network member Barkuma will celebrate 50 years of operation. Well known in South Australia as a leading disability service provider, Barkuma support people with disability...
Delando Corporation was a State Finalist for the NSW Training Awards for 2016 as a Medium Employer and finished in the top 3 of the state.
Scores of businesses employing people with a disability could be forced to close and thousands could lose their jobs as a result of a legal ruling which found some workers had been discriminated against, employers say.
(Speech given on 7 September 2012) Employment of people with disability and particularly Australian Disability Enterprises (ADEs) are the favourite part of my portfolio.
The BuyAbility Social Impact Measurement Tool went live late November 2016, with many pledged members excited to start using this innovative tool.
KBH ENTERPRISES has been awarded with a Westpac Foundation Community Grant worth $10,000 in support of their outstanding efforts improving the lives of the disabled.
This is a message from the Ability Works Australia Employee Representative Committee: It would be very hard to find work and hold that job if we could not continue to work at Ability Works.
A TOOWOOMBA project is building pathways to work for people with disabilities - using timber work construction. KBH Enterprises School 2 Work program teaches students from high schools across the region, including Clifford
TOOWOOMBA South MP David Janetzki has used his maiden speech in parliament this week to address the challenges the electorate faces.