On Saturday, I was invited to speak to a group of image consultants and stylists about my journey as an entrepreneur and to also give a few tips on marketing.
Watching A Current Affair with Tracey Grimshaw this evening, I began to wonder what people would think watching the article on starting an online business.
Aimed at targeting women that have left the workforce to become mothers, there were endless stories of women that have been highly successful building an online business.
On a beautiful autumn Saturday in Melbourne there are so many things to do. Walk along the beach, head to the country, shopping, museums, art galleries… you name it, there is always something to do.
Whilst many Australian’s think chocolate is a Cadbury bar, those in the know know that it is so far from the case – it is ridiculous. Chocolate is a real art and here is a talented duo, in Melbourne, that are making a big impact.
Check them out on www.siskochocolate.com.au – they are a MARKETING EYE’S DREAM CLIENT!
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As I said, it’s been a big week at Marketing Eye! Marketing Eye Brisbane has developed this new website for telecommunications gun, Donna Gresham. DMG Communications now have a new brand, new identity and new website.
What do you think of DMG Communications new business cards? We are interested in what you think of how their new brand has now been translated into a communicative piece of collateral in the form of a business card.
A client of Marketing Eye last week asked for us to design a logo around their wife’s picture of a pelican.
Women are embracing the ‘party plan’ jewellery industry, whereby they can view stunning pieces in the comforts of a home with friends over a cup of coffee or a glass of champagne.
You may think that he has allocated too much time to organise, but for many companies, the last minute rush means that not enough thought has gone into it and the gift really does not depict the type of relationship that exists with client and supplier.