Trust builds teams Experience builds outcomes
Beige Tech has grown to over 25 staff since we began in 2018. We are proud of the people we work with - they are the reason we created this business (we are 100% employee owned).
Our founding team of six (Lee, Ravi, Jesse, Kate, Yachu, Naufal) have worked together for more than a decade. Beige Tech is our chance to expand this nucleus with other talented people.
We have a high retention rate (95%) and we are proud of this accomplishment. We embrace a supportive culture where everyone contributes and is given opportunity to grow.
We are a collection of curious people from a wide range of backgrounds - together we form a cohesive team. We're passionate creators who value delivery and quality in our work.
Organisations We Support
We currently support two charitable organisations that are doing important work: St Kilda Mum's and the Royal Children's Hospital (Melbourne) Complex Colorectal and Pelvic Reconstruction centre. St Kilda Mums recycle nursery equipment including cots, prams, and car seats, as well as clothes and other baby essentials, and sort, quality check, and safety check them to ensure they meet current Australian Safety Standards. St Kilda Mums receive requests from Maternal Child Health nurses and social workers on behalf of families in need. They then try to meet or exceed each request with quality new or pre-loved donations. They give to people who are facing a variety of challenges and hope they feel uplifted when they receive a donation from us. Giving a gift that is packed with love to provide practical support and to show that someone cares. The Royal Children's Hospital Foundation supports the Complex Colorectal and Pelvic Reconstruction service. When everything is running smoothly, the body is an amazingly efficient machine. It is something that is often taken for granted. Unfortunately, for many children, everyday biological functions like digesting a meal or going to the bathroom are extremely difficult and distressing. In Victoria, over 50 children are born each year with complex colorectal conditions that require highly specialised, and often lifesaving, surgical treatment. As a part of the body that is not openly talked about, patients and their families can also face poor psychological outcomes associated with their conditions, including feelings of embarrassment, isolation and hopelessness.
- Quality over Quantity
- Be curious
- Make a difference