The next Pitch Club is being held in Sydney on Thursday the 18th of August. [This Week!] Shoe String will be there as well as various other investors and entrepreneurs. Details on how to book your place are on the website www.pitchclub.com
QiQ Communications has received support from NSW Trade and Investment to help build the business in USA and UK markets over the next year.
A sale is simply where you get paid results, unfortunately, there is no such thing as a magic sales pill. You may think, that is you as the sales agent, have played all your cards right but then, the door is slammed in your face. The question is how do you go for the kill to score that sale? Does one have to be blessed with the gift of the gab in order to succeed? Fortunately, the answer is no. Everybody can sell and we do it throughout our lives. We can go to the very basics as to why we dress the way we do?
Tackling mental health issues is not an easy task. Getting suffers to talk about the unspoken is even harder. One bloke aims to harness the power of technology and its impact on humans to drive social change. Social entrepreneur and mental health advocate Ehon Chan, encourages Australian men to “Soften The Fck Up”. And yes, you read it right.
Angela will help drive you home from work with a special mix of small business fun and facts.Joined by regular weekly and invited guests in the areas of finance, marketing, coaching, health, legal and tax, Angela helps tackle all of the issues small business owners face in their day to day jobs.
NoQ have started up successful they had 100 vendors on board before they launched, the company has grown from 2 full time employees to 10 in 8 months. They are in the niche and new market of remote iphone ordering, the founder is a young entrepreneur of just 24 years of age.
With the announcement recently that 50 shops from the JUST Group are set to close – including Portmans, Just Jeans and Peter Alexander – it is clear that mainstream retailers need to start doing something differently. According to Linda Anderson, Founder of Mums on the Go™, mainstream retailers need to become child-friendly in order to survive.