ICN help United Bonded Fabrics make into the Hall of Fame
When Adrian Penberthy of United Bonded Fabrics (UBF) approached ICN Victoria he didn’t realise it would lead to a nomination into the Victoria Goverments’ Hall of Fame awards.
Mr Penberthy called ICN to learn more about ICN’s services and how they could help UBF with business advice.
Business Capability Adviser, Chris Reilly assessed UBF’s need and realised the potential that they had in contributing to local industry and quickly introduced them to Victoria Government’s Department of Business and Innovation.
UBF are Australia’s largest supplier of processes textile fibre products, including Building Products for the Residential and Commercial markets, industry peer The Council of Textile and Fashion Industries of Australia recognised that UBF have displayed a sustained contribution to manufacturing excellence over the past five years and deservedly nominated them as an inductee at the 2012 Victorian Manufacturing Hall of Fame.
“ICN representatives are co-located in Victorian Government Business Offices(VGBO's) in Bundoora, Tottenham and Dandenong. This relationship has created new opportunities to engage with business.” said Mike Hedt, Acting Regional Director, Northern Metropolitan, Victorian Government Business office. “The relationship between ICN and the VGBO's enables assistance for business through a whole of government approach.”
ICN’s introduction has provided UBF with great publicity within their sector giving them opportunities to expand their business – whist earning a place at the Business Victoria’s Hall of Fame.