Power Access is Australian BRW Fast 100 Starter in 2012

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Power Access, a leading Australian start-up has made the list of fastest growing companies in Australia according to BRW magazine.

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"I am proud of this award and excited about our prospects for the future" said Power Access founder David Kane.

Power Access was recently awarded a prominent ranking on the annual Business Review Weekly (BRW) 100 Fast Starters list. This prestigious list showcases the fastest-growing and most innovative Australian new businesses of the year. The 2012 edition of the list had the added parameter of featuring businesses that were able to find success while navigating a very challenging economic climate. Power Access delivered a remarkable growth surge of 85.99% in 2010-11.

"I am proud of this award and excited about our prospects for the future" said Power Access founder David Kane. "From the beginning, we worked extremely hard to become the leaders in our industry. Premium customer service combined with access to the very latest equipment has been a winning formula for our company."

The Power Access organisation specialises in both short and long term rental of elevated work platforms. They connect customers with cherry pickers, diesel and electric scissor lifts, articulating and telescoping boom lifts and the latest elevating work platform products leading the industry. Power Access offers their long-term equipment rental services across all of Australia. Short term elevated work platform rentals are available to the Sydney metro, Wollongong and Newcastle areas.
Power Access provides reliable access to top quality modern equipment with superior customer service. Tools and technology are continually evolving, and Power Access makes it a business mission to stay on top of the latest trends in the industry. They are committed to offering the very latest models of all of the equipment they offer.

When it comes to starting a new business, the two biggest issues tend to be cash and credibility. Entering a new market with a new brand means that both are scarce, and a business must be savvy. For many Australian businesses, the global financial crisis was an incredible challenge. Businesses that were able to generate new customers and cash flow from scratch during this turbulent time truly deserve special acknowledgment, according to the top industry publications.

Editor Kate Mills from BRW was very impressed with this year's final list: "This year, perhaps more than in any other year, our list showcases how creativity, determination and lateral thinking can create business success regardless of the economic environment."

In some cases, the global financial crisis actually created business opportunities for businesses. Four out of five companies featured on the list actually stated they were able to profit from opportunities caused by the crisis. Power Access combined forward thinking, back-to-basics customer service and solid business acumen to create success right out of the gate which provided them with a solid foundation to build upon during the crisis.

Founder David Kane was excited to receive the award from BRW and feels confident the company is on the right track. "We are expecting the business to grow strongly again this year and we will continue to invest in making the very best equipment available to our customers." he predicted.

Power Access is an equipment hire company that rents boom lifts and many other types of power equipment. They were founded in April of 2008 by David Kane and associates. Power Access headquarters are located in Sydney, Australia.


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