Archive | Blog

Dan Kovac

Agency brand to one-man-band to get to The Other Side

“This crisis gave me permission to action drastic, yet practical decisions I knew I had to make.” A marketing consultant working with passionate business leaders to create and execute marketing strategies for growth, Dan Kovac describes himself as “a sounding board, snake-oil salesperson detector, ideas-man and jargon killer.”  It’s clear to see Dan’s drive and […]

Continue Reading
Tui, Margie and Nyree, Koh Living

Two best friends on a journey to The Other Side

“We are using every ounce of creativity and business savvy, pouring this into financial management and marketing, to maintain a presence, create sales and keep our valued staff.” (L – R) Tui Cordemans, Co-Director, Margie, Koh Living Store Manager, and Nyree Hibberd, Co-Director Founded in 2004 by two best friends, Tui Cordemans and Nyree Hibberd, […]

Continue Reading
Kate Toon officially opens #CopyCon18

One month on from CopyCon

Four weeks ago, I spent my Saturday floating luxuriously in a sea of words at Australia’s only conference for copywriters, #CopyCon18, facilitated and hosted by the irrepressible Kate Toon at the Kirribilli Club, Sydney. It was a jam-packed, brain-busting day… universal excitement and an instant, uncanny connection. It’s not often you can assemble 150 wordsmiths […]

Continue Reading
Tap Tuesday

Never say never

Growing up, I adored watching Hollywood musicals. Singing in the Rain, High Society, An American in Paris, Meet Me in St Louis, West Side Story… anything with Judy Garland, Gene Kelly, Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, Debbie Reynolds, Cyd Charisse, Ann Miller. I’d faithfully record them on video cassette (if you remember those, you’re at least […]

Continue Reading
ActionAid_Christmas Appeal

Step into Faith’s world with me

Amidst the “groundhog day” of school routine – lunch making, bag packing, drop off and pick up – it can be easy to take what we have for granted. My children have access to an excellent education and quality facilities, just five minutes down our street. For my children – and for me, for that […]

Continue Reading

Pen to paper – a forgotten art

Do you remember the last time you wrote someone a letter? You know, an old-fashioned, stamp-on-an-envelope letter. Since moving interstate six months ago, I have rediscovered the joy of sending and receiving personal, hand-written correspondence – particularly through my children. There’s something a bit special about putting pen to paper, overseeing a crayon scribble or […]

Continue Reading