The venue, ‘Something More café’ in the Central Melbourne suburb of Fitzroy was the perfect choice to stage a chilled gathering of friends and supporters to chat about all things "hair". Guests were greeted by layered jazz riffs from guitarist Jamal Zacharia, that colluded to create a kicked-back ‘Newport Jazz’ vibe. Banging Cocktails, sumptuous vino and hoppy craft beers ensured everyone was kept lubricated and refreshed, while some finger licking food ensured no one left hungry, T&D are after all, responsible hosts.View full article →
In my time working as a marketer I think I actually convinced myself that people would believe what I said and trust me when I said it. Since starting my own brand of skin care products my thinking has changed somewhat, I now see that assuming you can influence what people will think is a very dangerous (and potentially costly) point of view. Instead perhaps the best you can do is be consistent, have a clear proposition and hope that people like it.
I was recently pitching my range to a customer who asked me if any of my products were Anti-aging products. Anti-aging? Anti Aging is bollocks, I found myself thinking as my mind scrambled for something more constructive to say, I was caught short.
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Like all great fads, once they become mainstream they are no longer fashionable. And so it is with the beard, once a must have on the face of any style-conscience male, the beard is now increasingly being consigned to the barber shop floor. The good news for those of you struggling to part with your facial hair is Triumph & Disaster has invested a lot of time and effort into creating a first class shaving experience. To do that we looked back at how men used to shave.
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