Engineers Australia International Women’s Day breakfast sends us to space and back to earth again: Dr Mae Jemison
What do the Camino de Santiago, art and science have to do with addressing global socio-cultural issues? This is not really a standard Little pink typewriter and / or International Women’s Day (IWD) post, although it links the two. Each year on IWD (for as long as I can remember being aware of IWD /
As our good friends, Extreme, once sang, “More than words… is all you have to do to make it real…” Okay, 90s music references aside, for those who don’t know, while I’m primarily all about the words, I offer “more than words”… My all-inclusive or add-on service, Content Plus, goes beyond the words. As well
Little pink typewriter helped Atherton Tablelands-based concrete business, NQ Blox, complete a Federal Government funding application for its proposed Sustainable Concrete Blocks project. Client: NQ Blox The briefAtherton Tablelands-based business NQ Blox was submitting a grant application to the Federal Government’s Manufacturing Modernisation Fund Round 2 for its new business venture, Sustainable Concrete Blocks project.
*taps mic Is this thing on? *taps keyboard Aaaaaand we’re back. I think most people are back into the swing of things, or kicking off the 2021 working year today. I’ve taken a bit of time out to reflect and distill. And my 2021 mojo is go: Here’s to a more focused, “less is more”
What a year What. A. Year. There is no doubt in anyone’s mind that 2020 has been… interesting… challenging… for most people and businesses, globally. Starting with the devastating bushfires throughout Australia, and then of course, Covid, life has changed for, arguably, everyone in the world in one way or another, or many. As a
Client Ouwens Casserly Projects The project Buyer book for MESA at Aldinga Beach, South Australia The brief When Sonja, Ouwens Casserly Projects, emailed me to see if I could write some copy for a new development, she said she had a feeling it might go “from zero to 100” pretty quickly. She wasn’t wrong. The