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in 2010 and were the only staff as the
fledgling company got off the ground.
The couple had returned to the Border
from Adelaide where Mr Hollands had
been playing football for West Adelaide
in the state competition while working for
leading agency THEM Advertising.
"It was a pretty easy decision," Mr Hollands
said. "We have family here and it is a
great place to live and bring up our three
"Business-wise there are many advantages
such as lower overheads and the Albury
As a talented footballer, including stints on
the Richmond and Port Adelaide lists, the
other attraction in returning to the area was
his appointment as coach of the Wodonga
Bulldogs, the club he won a premiership
with as a player in 2004.
The leadership qualities Mr Hollands
developed in the sporting arena have
also carried over to his working life as in
the past 18 months Dutch Media's staff
complement has expanded to 10 people.
"There are a lot of similarities between
sport and business," he said.
"For me, the most important things are
to have a strong work ethic, be honest
and generous in spirit. I think if you can
have those as a cornerstone to your sport
or business pursuits, you have a great
foundation to start with."
In 2011 Mick and Karen Randall joined
the company as joint directors.
Originally from the Goulburn Valley
district, Mr Randall began his television
industry career in Shepparton with
Southern Cross Ten before moving into
key leadership and management roles
with Southern Cross and then Macquarie
Media's television and radio division in
Business continued to grow at a rapid rate
and a full time producer and a designer
came on board in mid-2012.
"It has been an exciting time seeing the
agency grow over the last two years and
we are extremely proud that we can do this
from our base here in Albury-Wodonga,"
Mr Randall said.
Dutch Media has moved into the original
Wodonga courthouse, police residence
and gaol that was opened in 1859 but the
interior reflects the modernity of a business
that is going places.
Mick and Karen Randall, Lisa and Ben Hollands.
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