ALDI entered Australia in 2001 with a new business model for selling groceries. They operate more than 540 stores, directly employ 12,500 people and partner with more than 1000 local businesses across Australia.

They work with their business partners to develop high-quality products at the best possible price. Most of these products are award-winning and they don’t have any artificial colours, microbeads or phosphates. ALDI have been recognised as Australias most trusted brand by Roy Morgan and have also been named by Canstar to have the most satisfied customers in the Supermarket category.

ATOMVic is the Victorian chapter of the national organisation Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM). ATOMVic is an independent, non-profit, professional association promoting the study of media and screen literacy.

Its membership includes teachers and lecturers from across subject disciplines at all levels of education, media organisations and screen content creators. ATOMVic creates detailed study guides to accompany TV programs, films and other video media. The study guides are created by education experts who tailor them to complement current curriculum needs in schools across Australia and New Zealand. ATOM has established links nationally and internationally with similar groups in Australasia, North America, the UK, and Europe.

WTFN Entertainment is the proud production partner of Groundswell.

WTFN is one of Australia’s most successful independent television production companies and has created household names such as ‘Bondi Vet’, ‘Paramedics’ and the four time Logie-winning series ‘The Living Room’. Its clients include broadcasters all around the world including National Geographic Channel and Discovery Channel. In Australia, WTFN has won four Logies for its programs including ‘The Living Room’ and the documentary following the separation of conjoined twins Trishna and Krishna.