Cyclad Building has raised about $30,000 since it began participating in Movember 11 years ago and is continuing to raise funds and awareness for the men's campaign.
Last year the company raised more than $3200 and the 16 workers are hoping to raise even more this time around.
Cyclad's salesperson Dave Keller said it was about promoting health and wellbeing, as well as raising money for the cause.
"I know personally I've lost some friends, like young male friends, to suicide, and cancer, especially prostate cancer...well they say 1 in 6 men in their lifetime will be diagnosed, so I don't think you'd find any group of this many guys who hasn't been affected personally or with close friends and relatives."
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Movember gets men to grow a mo to promote men's health, to raise funds and awareness about men's mental health, prostate cancer and testicular cancer.
Six men a day take their own lives in Australia and about 3300 men will die of prostate cancer this year.
"It's also about raising awareness so we try and work that into conversations with people coming in," Mr Keller said.
"Some of us are doing the Move Challenge, one of our Mo Sista's is challenging herself to run a certain distance and I'm challenging myself to ride my bike a certain distance for the month."
The team is also selling raffle tickets to help fundraising efforts from their shopfront in Launceston or through their Facebook page.
To donate to the team visit moteam.co/cyclad.