Grace sees out 2019 with success and looks to a new decade

Our Information Management branch had a very busy year, providing effective solutions to our clients, attending numerous industry events and welcoming new customers, all while preparing for the launch of our newest digital solution, Grace Digital Office. New National Standards As of October, the National Archives issued new Scanning Specifications, changing the requirements for the … Continued
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Grace Mobility: Year in Review

The Grace Mobility team continues to support our clients and their employees in relocating both nationally and internationally. The year culminated in the first annual TEMI Gala. The Employee Mobility Institute (TEMI) is Australasia’s foremost community-based network of Global Workforce Management professionals, solely focused on supporting individuals and organisations develop and grow their cross-border talent … Continued
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Year of success for Grace Fine Art

Grace Fine Art has experienced significant growth across 2019, including the acquisition of King & Wilson’s fine art division and associated client base. Our operations across Sydney and Melbourne effectively doubled, as did our national portfolio of logistics networks. Part of the acquisition included a significant warehouse in Victoria and some pretty impressive vault facilities, … Continued
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Grace works with Retire Australia

The Grace FF&E (furniture, fixtures and equipment) teams have been keeping busy over 2019, just the way they like it. As the business grows and expands, 2020 is already shaping up to be a big year. Retire Australia Operating 27 unique retirement villages across the country, Retire Australia establishes warm and welcoming communities for our elderly … Continued
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Grace in the community 2020

Grace continues to give back to and support the communities we work within, both through our work with St Vincent de Paul Society and our grant program, Grace Gives. 2019 has been a great year for both initiatives, with Vinnie’s Community Sleep Outs raising much needed funds nationally. Grace Gives saw the donation of over … Continued
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Grace Head Quarters in Seven Hills turns 21

Our head office location in Seven Hills has served us well over the past few decades. 21 years ago, it officially opened, after Grace moved Grace across 900 vehicle movements of 50,000 cubic metres of goods from our site in Lidcombe, Sydney.   The old Grace headquarters for our final day of trade in 1988 … Continued
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How to Nail Your First Art Fair

This is it, your first big art fair and you are overwhelmed. There is so much to do and it feels like nowhere near enough time. How do you get there? Where do you park? How are you going to transport all your pieces? What’s your brand? What are you going to wear? What are … Continued
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Lourve Conservation Centre

The Lourve Conservation Centre protects it’s priceless works

Here at Grace Fine Art, we love a good vault. Give us that good temperature control and perfectly maintained humidity, and we’re in art lovers heaven. And we’re not alone, as the new Louvre Conservation Centre is coming into commission. The Musée de Louvre, located on the banks of the river Seine, is vulnerable to … Continued
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Supply Nation Membership Certificate

Strengthening our Supply Nation commitments

Grace was pleased to have several of our team members attend the 2019 Supply Nation Connect Tradeshow. Cameron Boyd, Business Manager – Destruction, Vanessa Lakits, Group Manager – Compliance and Risk, and Tony Atkinson, Business Development Manager – Information Management, were joined by our friends at Move Dynamics Petar Ralevski, General Manager and Maddison Howe, … Continued
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Grace Gives supports the Australian Dysphonia Network Inc.

It was our great pleasure to host board members from the Australian Dysphonia Network Inc at our Grace Head Office on Tuesday April 16th, World Voice Day, and celebrate their receipt of a $10,000 Grace Gives grant. On the day, Board Members Gregory Davis, Lyn White and Louise Bale travelled from all over Sydney and … Continued
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