Case Studies

We love seeing our customers succeed. See some examples of how we work with our clients to help them navigate a wide range of business issues to achieve business performance and success.

From serious cash shortages to a lean, profitable emergency equipment business

Our client, a family business in operation for over 25 years, was experiencing rapidly declining sales and cash flow shortages.

Turning a great building products idea into reality

Our client was comprised of two small building contractors who together had invented a building panel made from recycled waste and which offered exceptional thermal insulation and fire-resistant properties.

Purchase and funding to expand a retail nursery into a wholesale powerhouse

Our client, a retail nursery, wanted to purchase an established propagation nursery owned by a major insurance institution. Their objective was to enter the nursery wholesale trade and become more competitive at the retail level.

Introducing systems and sales opportunities to turnaround a declining steel fabrication business

The owner/MD was well known in the market and was a highly experienced steel fabricator. He was also entrepreneurial but had difficulty managing the business within a formal framework.

Preparation of a policy and charter package for a new mining venture in record time

MACHUS Solutions was approached by the CEO of a new mining venture which was raising capital for emerging projects in Australia and overseas. A significant investor expressed interest in the venture, subject to a number of conditions including a suite of corporate policies and charters.

Securing finance for a small private school

A small private school, with an established brand and high profile, was seeking finance from a major Australian bank. Members of the school’s finance committee, referred the task to MACHUS Solutions.

Wrapping up a failed children’s ware retail business to our client’s best advantage

MACHUS Solutions was approached by a shareholder of a failed children’s ware retail chain regarding closure of the business. In addition, there were a number of disputes between all shareholders of the business as well as financial guarantors.

Preparation of a financial model for a proposed holiday resort

Our client had an opportunity to enter into a lease agreement for a large holiday resort on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland. The venture would include using existing infrastructure but also undertaking extensive additions. The result would be a totally new holiday concept.

Managing a business acquisition for a plastic injection business

A small private school, with an established brand and high profile, was seeking finance from a major Australian bank. Members of the school’s finance committee, two of whom were clients, referred the task to MACHUS Solutions as they knew we had extensive experience managing similar projects.

Fundraising for a new tech start-up

Our client was a Brisbane-based entrepreneur who wanted to develop and launch an internet business portal (similar to a Google-type search engine). In order to raise funds for the start-up, a comprehensive business plan supported by a long-term profit and cash forecast needed to be developed.

Determining the value of a homewares business to dissolve a partnership

Our client was a Brisbane-based homewares business owned in partnership by two individuals. The parties had decided to end the partnership and agreed that one partner would purchase the other’s equity.

Developing and launching a new building and construction company

Two existing clients together with MACHUS’ CEO, Mac Radomyski, agreed to launch a building and construction company. The project provided an opportunity to apply some of the business theories and practices that MACHUS would normally recommend to clients, particularly those starting a new business.

Fundraising and launch of a new sports drink business

Our client was two small importers who approached MACHUS Solutions regarding import and distribution of a unique sports drink which would be available in Australia and New Zealand. The drink formula was radically different to the usual sports drinks because it acted as a recovery agent rather than as an energy beverage.

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