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Campaign to bring back happy
By Hardeep Girn
JUST this week I visited a business called Pure Insights in Castle Hill.

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Smile, you’re on multi-media!

By Hardeep Girn

THERE used to be a time when marketing was simple and could be just a handful of formats, such as print, television or direct marketing to get the message to the target customer.

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COMMENT: FAILURE OF GRIEVANCE FEMINISM Featured

Women in leadership won't change

By Chris Golis

GRIEVANCE Feminism, the third wave of women’s lib, isn’t going to change the status quo of women in leadership positions because of inherent genetic differences.

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COMMUNITY GRANTS PROGRAM OPEN Featured

$490,000 available to applicants

CITY of Parramatta’s annual Community Grants Program is now open with a total pool of $490,000 available to successful applicants across five categories.

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The Know My Life Studio. Featured
18 December 2016

FROM HUMBLE BEGINNINGS

Hills business eyes Sundance

By Hardeep Girn

IN a world where marketing floods our lives at breakneck speed, the challenge for business is how to achieve cut through and reach their desired audience with enough impact to cause people to act.

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Kids West CEO, Trevor Oldfield, Mayress Anne Bali and Mayor Stephen Bali. Featured

Two worthy charities benefit

THE Mayoress of Blacktown City, Anne Bali, is calling on residents and business to remember those less fortunate at Christmas by donating a gift to the Mayoress’ Community Christmas Gift Appeal.

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GM Tony Giles. Featured

Cloud is the new business toolkit

NORWEST based cloud provider, Axelera has grown from humble beginnings to be a force in providing cloud hosting services and managed solutions.

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