When Collaboration & Compassion Collide
Russell Transport, a family-owned business based in sunny Queensland is assisting Anywise with testing our fleet agnostic bridge health and usage monitoring system, FABHUMS. Specialsing in Heavy Vehicle Road Transport, Russell Transport is allowing us the use of their larger trucks to mimic military vehicles in a series of tests. With extended lockdowns and our team working remotely across 3 different states and 3 continents, embracing out-of-the-box problem solving has been key to this project progressing. Fortunately, Russell Transport were on board to lend a hand. In this time of finding balance in a ‘new-normal’, collaboration and compassion has never been more important. Particularly amongst small or medium enterprises.
When discussing remittance for their assistance, Russell Transport instead requested something a little different. They asked Anywise to make a donation on their behalf of $1,000 to Queensland’s Cancer Council, stating that they drew inspiration from Anywise being a certified B-Corp and the philanthropic work delivered through Any.AIDE. This service provides a way for Not-For-Profits and community organisations to access our high performing teams and the benefits they can bring when they apply their time and effort to solving a problem. Anyise is proud to continue to donate 20% of profits to charitable causes. It is always incredible to work with other companies whose values align with our own, when something good can be done without ulterior motives. We could not be happier to work with Russell Transport.
If you aren’t familiar, the Cancer Council do amazing work raising awareness and helping those affected by cancer. On average, in Queensland alone, someone is diagnosed with cancer every 20 minutes. Each year the Cancer Council has their iconic Daffodil Day to give hope and raise awareness.
Contact us if you would like to learn more about Any.AIDE and the other consulting services we offer. Stay safe and seek collaboration and compassion in difficult times.