THINK WOMEN: Thinkwater Rockhampton and Wandal Need and Feed’s Hayley Connor and Letisha Carbery are here to help.
THINK WOMEN: Thinkwater Rockhampton and Wandal Need and Feed’s Hayley Connor and Letisha Carbery are here to help. Tamara Mackenzie Rokthink

WOMEN IN BUSINESS: Business success stems from a blend

SHARON and Peter Hunt have no doubt in their minds that their business would not be the success story it is today without the input and dedication of their highly valued female team members.

The owner/managers of Thinkwater Rockhampton and Wandal Need & Feed understand the importance of a 'blend' of male and female staff involved in their two businesses.

"Hayley and Letisha pride themselves on offering informed advice and friendly personal service to all of our customers," Peter said.

"I also know that it is appreciated, and now anticipated, by clients from the many accolades that I have accepted on their behalf."

Established for the past five-and-a-half years, both Thinkwater and Wandal Need & Feed specialise in domestic irrigation, pump repairs, stock water and property design, stock feed and animal welfare needs, weed control and pasture management.

In that time the business has built a strong reputation for professional and friendly advice among their six staff - Peter alone brings more than 20 years' experience to the irrigation and rural industry.

In recognition of Pink Ribbon Day, celebrated today, Peter believes the fight to find a cure is more relevant today than ever.

"I don't think there's a person or family that has not been touched by cancer in one way, shape or form and it just appears to be becoming more prevalent each day as new types of cancer are identified," Peter said.

"It is something that we just have to keep trying to find a cure for, while preventing it as much as possible until that time."

For more information visit thinkwater.com.au/ rockhampton.



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