Aussie NRG operates in partnership with associations
Nationwide involvement to offer unique overall services
At Aussie NRG, we choose to operate with associations for a number of reasons.
By working with associations, we are able to centralise the communications between our business and the associations members. This means of communication ensures transparency on behalf of our business, meaning that the association is privy to a standard of openness which we strive to deliver.
We also ensure that members of the association understand the value of the membership they hold with the benefits they will receive from our services. In a lot of cases the association members, we have supplied have received savings which outweigh the cost of their association membership.
Contact us to find how we can tailor our services to your member’s needs.
Aussie NRG hopes to develop a relationship of trust with every association we liaise with. This document outlines what we can provide for you, and the expectations we hold as member-supplier partners of your association.
Why associations are prioritised
At Aussie NRG, we choose to operate primarily with associations for a number of
By working with associations, we are able to centralise the communications between our business and the associations members. This centralised means of communication ensures transparency on behalf of our business, meaning that the association is privy to a standard of openness which we strive to deliver.
We also ensure that members of the association understand the value of the membership they hold with the benefits they will receive from our services – some of the members we have supplied in our business have in fact received savings which outweigh the cost of their membership with the association, which has been excellent for both the members and the associations reputation among its members.
Aussie NRG offer rebates back to the businesses we service through the
associations we partner with, in either bank transfer or cheque form. This rebate is
distributed annually through our service, the business in question receiving 2% of
their annual peak and off peak expenditure, and the partnered association receiving 0.5% of this rebate. This means that the more successfully we operate in
our partnership, and the more members we reach out to who accept this membership benefit, the more each party has to gain financially from this transaction.
These are seen as benefits which we can deliver to your association, and in turn we have conducted a number of strategies to maximise the success of the partnership.
We have found that regionalising the spread of service information as opposed to nationalising works best for both the association, members and our business. We expect a level of active participation from our associations in order to maximise this success, by reaching out to its members in this regionalised manner (for example, sending an email addressed to all members is less successful than faxing or sending mail directly to a region where members reside).
Essentially, through a shared effort to service your members to the most successful standard, we will make a great contribution to your association.
Our clients have found that through working with our business, they have been subject to great success in procuring savings through our specialised services. The client data shown below is evidence of our successful work in achieving cheaper conditions across your electricity costs. We strive to achieve successes of this magnitude relatively to every client with whom we engage.
If you are a business and you want to get involved with our services via your
association, you will receive broader benefits by linking with our business this way.
To streamline this method of incorporating and promoting associations into our
business, simply refer us to your association on this link. Simply include your
name, email, contact number, business name and name of association and we will
attempt to partner with your association and promote them with our services*
(*To the exclusion of associations which compete against an already partnered