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Stratus Shades create innovative shade structures designed with camping and the outdoor leisure lifestyle in mind. Stratus Shades products reduce temperature underneath them – making summer time & camping more enjoyable. Inspired by the rugged ochre coastline of Rainbow Beach, the masculine blacks and greys of the industrial 4WD world, and the greens of canvas

Drum roll please….We are so excited to welcome Parents2B to the H&E Group family as the winner of our Win-A-Website competition. We CANNOT believe that after running a Facebook ad, LinkedIn posts and attending an expo to spread the word about this competition that the winner we pulled at random is someone we know so

H&E GROUP ARE OPENING IN BRISBANE IN FEBRUARY- HOORAY! Our new Brisbane home will work in partnership with our Gold Coast office, allowing us, our team and our clients better access to each other on a regular basis. Both Elke & Holly will be available in Brisbane for two days each week to begin with, while

While everyone else goes back to work in January and realises they’re behind the eight ball, you could swing into 2019 knowing you’re already ahead. Every business owner should definitely schedule in some downtime over Christmas, but while you’re enjoying a champagne or three, why not just make sure your strategy for growth gets nailed

Your Facebook page is cranking and your admin person puts together a pretty epic newsletter once a month that gets emailed out to your clients. Plus you’ve always taken pride in the fact that most of your customers come through word of mouth. You’re starting to wonder if your business even needs a website… Deadly.

Recently, we came across a great article worth sharing. They are asking the simple question: How Important Is SEO in 2018? This is a big question for us as we must work hand in hand with our SEO partners to ensure each brand and website we develop, builds a solid base for a successful SEO

Co-Director of H&E Group, Holly Hardstaff, speaking at the Brisbane leg of the second conference series under the Building Active Communities Workshop program. Holly was invited in her role as the Assistant State Commissioner for Girl Guides Queensland to present to a room of 200+ people on the subject of engaging girls and young women