Marketing Eye

It has been a rollercoaster of a ride for the business

 It's been a rollercoaster of a ride the past 18 months. We've expanded successfully into the US market and built a profitable operation, hired a leadership team to take our business into the future, launched a magazine and built some technology. We have also started our rollout of licensing our brand to other successful marketers to expand our global footprint.

It's certainly exciting times at Marketing Eye and I can feel the entire team shift to accomodate this "new look" that we are taking forward. 

While there have been challenges on the way, we are living proof that hard work and learning from the lessons the world throws at us, leads to successful outcomes. 

I couldn't be more pleased with where Marketing Eye is positioned today but this could not have been done without the help of our loyal team. They are not only talented, but immensely proud of the brand they work with. 

This week is particularly a momentus occasion for the company. We are launching our second magazine, featuring the beautiful and very talented Sami Lukis on the front cover. I travelled with her on one of the New York Tours she hosts, and I have to say, she really is taking women on a trip of a lifetime. That intimate knowledge she has of New York after spending so many years travelling there, gives women an opportunity to explore this magnificent city and enjoy the company of other like-minded women.

Sami plays down her knowledge of business, but this tour has been booked out every single time for five years for a reason. It is a must-do for any woman wanting to explore New York and meet new people in an environment that is conducive to having fun. 

Marketing Eye Magazine also features stories on Ashton Kutcher, Bill Gates, Sara Blakely and Richard Branson, as well as a number of Australian entrepreneurs that are doing some unbelievable things in business. 

For a copy of the magazine, click here. 

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