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Aid from Club Assist’s Davies brothers

By RACHNA LAL An Australian charitable organisation, Club Assist, has donated about 72 computers to a local company to be distributed mainly to schools around Fiji. Club Assist chairman/group chief
30 Oct 2012 11:17

By RACHNA LAL

An Australian charitable organisation, Club Assist, has donated about 72 computers to a local company to be distributed mainly to schools around Fiji.
Club Assist chairman/group chief executive, Brett Davies (founder) and Club Assist chief executive/executive president, Stuart Davies, were the men behind this initiative.
CJ Patel handled the logistics of distributing it to schools around the country.
Twenty five computers were donated to Ratu Kadavulevu School, 10 to St Augustine’s Primary School (Labasa), 10 to Gospel School of Deaf (Suva), seven to Wainimakutu Secondary School (Namosi), five to Nasinu Sangam Primary School and five to Sawau District School, Beqa Islands.
Ten computers were also given to the Legal Aid Commission.
Brett Davies founded Club Assist in 1991 in Melbourne, Australia, with the vision to introduce a logistical model to motoring clubs worldwide that drove down their infrastructural costs and, simultaneously, increased their revenue streams.
He has 30 years of extensive experience in the automotive industry.
Club Assist was determined to provide Royal Automobile Club of Victoria (RACV) members with the best battery replacement service available.
Since then, Club Assist has enjoyed exponential growth through our relentless drive to improve the service experience for stranded members of 68 motoring clubs worldwide.
With over 500 staff members, Club Assist operates in Australia, New Zealand, North America and Europe markets with over 3500 contracted service providers.
Under Mr Brett’s directorship, Club Assist now reaches out to over 67.5 million motoring club members in nine countries worldwide.
Stuart Davies is leading the way for Club Assist to achieve the vision of being the trusted product and service delivery partner of choice for motoring clubs around the world.
Stuart has been in the automotive business for over 30 years. In 1977, he managed the family’s business, the Australian Battery Company.
The company specialised in manufactured, wholesale and retail automotive batteries. The business quickly expanded across Australia until being sold in 1995.
In 1991, the family business diversified into Club Assist supporting motoring clubs.
Mr Stuart headed up many different departments during the early years and moved to North America for two years to head up the North American expansion in 2001.
Mr Stuart was promoted to chief executive of Club Assist in 2006.




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