Casey Cardinia Libraries Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- Casey Cardinia Libraries's estimated annual revenue is currently $10M per year.
- Casey Cardinia Libraries's estimated revenue per employee is $181,800
- Casey Cardinia Libraries has 55 Employees.
- Casey Cardinia Libraries grew their employee count by 4% last year.
Casey Cardinia Libraries Competitors & Alternatives
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What Is Casey Cardinia Libraries?
Casey Cardinia Libraries is one of Victoria's largest public library services. We support a rapidly growing and diverse community of more than 420,000 people in Melbourne's South East. We are passionate about providing inspiring spaces where everyone can discover possibilities. Our Values of Teamwork, Love of Learning, Fairness, Creativity, Social Intelligence and Humour underpin the way we work together with community. The role of public libraries is changing. Our mission is to encourage lifelong learning, increase literacy and build strong, resilient communities across the Casey Cardinia Region. We are proud of the fact that our libraries are safe and welcoming. We love books and place a high value on making information easily accessible to people. Our free events inspire creativity and bring people together. One of the most popular services we provide is free 24/7 WiFi Our libraries are located at Bunjil Place, Cranbourne, Doveton, Emerald, Endeavour Hills, Hampton Park and Pakenham, with the Cardinia Mobile Library providing weekly service to Beaconsfield, Bunyip, Cockatoo, Garfield, Gembrook, Koo Wee Rup, Lang Lang, Maryknoll, Tynong and Upper Beaconsfield.keywords:N/A
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Casey Cardinia Libraries News
Casey Cardinia Libraries followed suit 18 months ago, with a one-year trial removal of fines. Its business case showed the cost of collecting ...
Yarra Plenty Regional Library now joins City of Port Phillip Libraries, Casey Cardinia Libraries and Bayside City Libraries to scrap the late fees.
The Casey Cardinia Libraries are removing all overdue fines as part of a 12-month trial starting January 1. The trial followed the libraries' ...