Useful Links

Our connections stretch locally and across the globe. Visit these sites to find out more about our valued relationships.

From design excellence to sustainability, we care

NSW Business Chamber (Now 'Business Australia') 
This organisation was created in 1885 to champion the development, capability and prosperity of Australian Business. ATS is an active member. OpenShutters former CEO, Marion Mikkelsen was a member of the local Business Advisory Council.

Timbeck Architectural
A specialist importer and manufacturer of Western Red Cedar products for the timber and building industry. Proudly Australian and established for over 50 years, OpenShutters have a long professional relationship with these experts in their field.

Australian Guide to Shutters
Everything you ever wanted to know about shutters, but no one could tell you. A website about how to buy good shutters, in Australia. It explains all the issues a consumer may want to know (but often can’t find out, even from a sales person). A must-visit resource.

SafeWork is a Statutory Authority within the Minister for Commerce's portfolio. Its primary objective is to work in partnership with the community to achieve safe workplaces, effective return to work and security for injured workers. OpenShutters is dedicated to ensuring our workers have a safe working environment.

Central Construction Group Training provides OpenShutters with total apprentice and trainee management.

Blind Manufacturers Association of Australia
An industry organisation whose members deal with issues related to the professional development of the Australasian window furnishing industry.

Australian Business Lawyers & Advisors
Australian Business Lawyers is a law firm with a difference. They specialise in workplace law, and corporate and commercial law. A B Lawyers provide advice to OpenShutters on employment and intellectual property issues. Australian Business Lawyers was recognised in the 2005 Australian Law Awards, coming second in the Employment Law category. Asia Pacific Legal 500 2005/2006 also highly recommends Australian Business Lawyers emphasising their ability to provide ‘very professional, pragmatic advice and representation on a full range of employment law matters’.