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In the next few weeks, everylogistic will change the landscape of how we all buy logistics services and rate them. Now, it will be no different to buying a night in a hotel, or something from strawberry.net. 

Michael Reed - the founder of this startup- has turned his idea into reality - he has just launched everylogistic.com - a revolution in bringing suppliers and customers together, and changing the competitive landscape of logistics. Simply, the user types in their requirements, location and relevant information, and their request goes out to a number of logistics service providers with no biaise to any particular company. This ensures that the landscape is truly competitive and no-one can pay their way forward.

Keep watching www.everylogistic.com - its the future of logistics, yours and mine.

Find out more about the creation of the everylogistic and its website, branding and name on our blog here
Forget sales - if you don't have a lead to begin with, there won't be a sale in sight. So why do small businesses fail to ignite a frequently flowing stream of leads that they can nurture and turn into a sales?

According to small business marketing expert Mellissah Smith, "Small businesses just don't get into a sales cycle rhythm like their larger counterparts, largely because they don't identify that there is actually the problem with not having a sales cycle."

Whenever I see businesspeople claiming to be operating businesses that save the environment the sceptic in me says I should turn away and turn away quickly.

As if in confirmation of my suspicions, when I mentioned the renewable fuels sector to fund managers around town in the wake of the federal government's proposed green investment bank with its $10 billion five year budget, the response was lukewarm, to put it mildly.
The 2009 Lloyd's List DCN Australian Shipping and Transport Awards which were held before a capacity crowd at the Wentworth Sofitel in Sydney last night saw local Townsville firm, Northern Stevedoring Services (NSS) recognised in two categories for service excellence.
BRW - January 29 - 4 March 2009, Flagship Edition
Interview by Jeanne Vida Douglas

A few years working in the logistics and freight sector made Helen Jarman realize the hidden headaches that lie in the transport and distribution of products and inputs.
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The search for an effenTM Great Bloke campaign has gone up a gear with the support of some truly great blokes.
Steven Brown, HR Monthly Magazine
Interview by Ali Klaver

Being a relatively small organization, we can be fairly nimble in regards to staff hours, particularly for sales staff who don’t work on a 9-5 basis, we prefer a more flexible, results driven approach, designed to maximize return.

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