- blog n.
- Website on which an individual or group of users produces an ongoing narrative.
Annual Report’ sounds boring right? But it shouldn‘t be! Annual reports are important for presenting information to a company‘s investors and having a professionally designed annual report will increase the likelihood of it being read and taken seriously.
11 09/2012 Why I Need to Know Your Budget?
Discussing web design budgets with clients can sometimes be a difficult issue. Its the old ‘how long is a piece of string’ nature of costing a website vs. clients either being unaware of what a website is likely to cost or simply being unwilling to disclose their budget, often in fear that we will somehow make the project fit the budget.
04 09/2009 FitClub Win 2009 Business Achiever Awards
Long time Propeller clients’ FitClub are delighted to have won the 2009 Business Achiever Awards. Annie & Geoff had this to say about itâ¦
01 09/2009 Great article from Andy Rutledge on RFP's
Andy Rutledge has written a great article – The Trouble with RFP’s in which he points out the shortcomings of submitting to RFP’s for freelancers and other web professionals. The article is written mainly for people looking to hire web professionals and is an excellent read not only in that it explains the shortcomings of hiring by RFP but also offers some sound advice on finding and hiring the right people for your job.
19 02/2009 Australian broadband "unacceptable"
Wow, someone’s finally caught on
‘It is unacceptable that we lag so far behind comparable nations when it comes to broadband penetration, speed and price,‘ Senator the Hon Stephen Conroy, Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy said yesterday in an address to Infrastructure Partnerships Australia.
31 12/2008 The Man who said 'no' to Wal-Mart
“What struck Jim Wier first, as he entered the Wal-Mart vice president’s office, was the seating area for visitors. “It was just some lawn chairs that some other peddler had left behind as samples.” The vice president’s office was furnished with a folding lawn chair and a chaise lounge.”
29 08/2008 PM defends broadband project delays
Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has defended the lack of progress in building a national broadband internet network, saying the government is committed to the so-called digital revolution.
The opposition attacked the government over delays in getting the project off the ground, accusing it of breaking an election promise to have the tender process for the network finalised within six months of coming to office.
02 08/2007 Top 100 Global Brands Named
Coca-Cola again dominated this years’ list of the world’s Top 100 brands according to the BusinessWeek/Interbrand annual ranking of the 100 Best Global Brands (pdf).
For many small businesses there comes a point when you have to decide; employ or outsource? For some businesses outsourcing may not be an option. In a lot of instances, particularly with the small to medium sector, proprietors may never have had the experience of interviewing and hiring employees. How you proceed at this juncture can make or break a small business.