Microsoft Gold Certified Partner Calvert Technologies has invested in “greening” its operations by buying a Mercedes smart car to reduce carbon emissions produced by its staff making service calls.
Calvert has purchased the Mercedes smart fourtwo coupe, powered by a new micro hybrid drive (mhd). The $25,000 car is driven by Calvert’s field technicians, who attend client sites to install new equipment and address issues that cannot be resolved remotely
Managing director Dean Calvert said the new car handled very well. “The decision to buy the smart car was driven by a beautiful blend of pragmatism and idealism,” he said.
Adelaide-based company Fix Corporate Massage Service is achieving an 80 per cent conversion rate from its free, try-before-you-buy offer to South Australian businesses.
With premises in both metropolitan Adelaide and the Barossa, Fix has a team of eight corporate massage therapists visiting workplaces throughout the city and nearby towns.
Fix general manager Holly Hicks said corporate massage was an increasingly popular way to motivate and reward employees. “It is quick, simple and delivers clear benefits,” she said.