After months of hard Caudo Vineyard have finally completed setting up our orange packing facility. As we can not sell our oranges for an reasonable price Caudo Vineyard is donating its entire 65 ton crop of navels to Foodbank SA to help families in need and children that go to school with out lunch each day. At current market price this is equivilent to $65,000 dollars of fruit not including labour, transport and set up costs. Lots of time and effort has gone into this project, please show your appreciation by liking the Caudo Vineyard Facebook page.
6000 dESIGN is Perth based styling company for all things DESIGN!!! Check out the Blog page on Facebook with design inspirations and things you will love! Recently the creative genius behind the brand Sammy Tatulli completed another amazing style shoot for Scoop Magazine. This style blog is the cream of the crop and serves up multiple posts every day about interior design, art, style and general gems! BSP is excited to get collaborating on the upcoming website design which will also reflect the unique, creative view of 6000.
PEACHY CLEAN & NATASHA WALKER
Peachy Clean Organic Beauty Boutique together with Natasha Walker Mobile Hairdresser will show their support for the a WA AIDS Council (a non-profit organisation) who will be turning the focus inward to celebrate the 15th birthday of its most successful fundraiser, Styleaid. The beautiful girls at the forefront of these businesses are sharing their organic expertise with a lot of brown berries gearing up to strut their stuff on the Catwalk this weekend. Check out the must have organic product used by the girls Eco Tan… “Don’t bake it, fake it.”
Superstar producer Mark Ronson made headlines working with artists from Jay-Z to Amy Winehouse. Now a celebrity in his own right, Mark was voted the most stylish man in the UK by GQ magazine, and has produced some of the world’s most popular tracks. His previous hits cross genres, including vintage, polished pop, and even punk rock. His latest project sent him around the globe to record athletes in training for the London 2012 Olympic Games. The sounds of their sports, mixed with Katy B’s vocals, became “Anywhere In The World.” It’s Coca-Cola’s® Anthem for the Olympic Games. A beat the whole world can move to.
Coke Olympics, ‘Beat 2012 Documentary’ from Somesuch & Co. on Vimeo.
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Send us a new project and you can earn commission ie: 1 successful referral = $25 payment 10 = $250… unlimited cash earning potential. You can take advantage of this offer and recommend us as much as you want! The more you refer us, the more you earn!
If you know a friend or colleague that needs a website, some graphic design, or other BSP service we will pay you for successfully referring them to us
- Existing Clients: $25 Prepaid Visa Credit Card for a successful referral plus a $100 BSP voucher to use on new services.
- Non-Clients: $25 Prepaid Visa Credit Card and credit your account on file with a $100 for use against next service.
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One of the most powerful ways that you can use to promote your business is by using your built in sales team – your clients! We regularly encourage our clients to refer like minded colleagues, businesses or friends & offer incentives to do so. We’ve enjoyed a great working relationship over the years and I’m confident in our ability to continue to serve you in the future. Like any company, we need to grow to stay strong. We’d like your help.
Occassionally we ask all our customers to share with us the names of colleagues who might benefit from using our services. By asking our existing customers to recommend us to potential new customers we do two things: first we’re able to reduce our advertising costs and spend more on customer support, and second, we bring more people like you into our “family” of clients, and we love that idea.
Click here and you can read 10 Do’s and Don’ts for an Effective Business Referral Network.
A mural created by Chris Nixon in Karratha 2011 – this video documents the installation process. Set to a marine theme the work explores the migratory patterns of the Pilbara’s marine life, ignited by a central character Inkan. Inkan acts as a catalyst for change amplifying the sea creatures characteristics, leading the imagination migration. The installation took 8 days and nights and used over 40L of acrylic paint.
Imagination Migration from Chris Nixon on Vimeo.