There's nothing quite like a brand new shiny new year! Full of opportunity, big plans and hope!
Today we're celebrating the United Nation's International Day of the Tropics!
This view is from Magnetic Island, just 20 minutes by ferry from the Grey and Grey Townsville office. How lucky are we to live and work in tropical paradise?
Colour is wonderful thing. As a branding and marketing agency, there is one objective we want, no matter what the hue and that's consistency!
I was asked recently what my all time favourite marketing quote is. I love a good quote, so it was hard to narrow it down. But I think 'perception is reality' would have to be it.
The Queensland Government has announced round 2 the $10K small business adaption grant as much needed economic assistance for Queensland small and micro businesses. The grant funds are available for a limited time. Once the money runs out – that’s it. We recommend that you check your eligibility and if you’re interested, drop everything and get ready to apply.
Wow! When I realised there were only 4 Thursdays until the new financial year, I was filled with mixed emotions. Financial Year 2020 (FY2020) has turned out so differently from what I first imagined.
The Queensland Government has released the $10K small business adaption grant as much needed economic assistance for Queensland small and micro businesses. The grant funds are available for a limited time. Once the money runs out – that’s it. We recommend that you check your eligibility and if you’re interested, drop everything and apply now.
There has never been a more important time to ensure your internal communications are as good as they could be. During a crisis, attention is often focussed on ensuring our communications with our clients are regular, on brand and consistent. This has been especially important for organisations who have had major changes like switching from in-house dining to take-away. I'm sure you are all over this. But are your internal communications as focussed and professional?
My clothes dryer broke. It died a long, loud screaming death that resembled a vampire movie. It's had a long life. I can't complain. It's survived a couple of house moves, it's been a good member of the Grey family for many years. But it had one last purpose on this earth, before it moves onto dryer heaven, (or where-ever dead dryers go), it wanted to teach me a lesson about business.
Have you got your head around the cashflow assistance available from the Australian Government?
It's time you do.