Archive for the tag "commerce"
Michel’s look cheap. And it makes them look unfriendly. And most importantly it makes them look as if they don’t trust you. That is shocking customer service.
Posted: 13 February, 2011 in Australian Values, Economics, Internet, Media, values.
Tags: Australian Values, barista, coffee, coffee bar, commerce, customer service, loyalty, loyalty card, Michel's Michel's Patisserie, Parramatta, profit, profit margin, reciprocation, referral business, Rendevous Cafe, repeat business, retail, return business, value, values
This sweet Christmas song by Tim Minchin is on a charity Christmas CD being sold in Myer. The vocal is by Kate Miller-Heidke. Bit of a fuss about it, apparently
Posted: 24 November, 2010 in audio, Australian Values, comedy/humour, Culture, fun, Life, Religion, values, Video.
Tags: Australian cultural values, Australian life, Australian lifestyle, Australian religion, Australian religious values, Australian Values, brothers, carol, christmas, commerce, commercialisation, cultural values, dad, humor, humour, I really like Christmas, Kate Miller-Heidke, Life, Miller-Heidke, Minchin, mum, Religion, religious values, sisters, Tim Minchin, values, White Wine in the Sun, xmas
Forget al Qaeda. The real terrorists are … GERMS. But don’t worry! There’s a real War on Terror going on. Dettol has a new product for germ-terrorised mums.
Posted: 19 September, 2010 in Life, Media, Science, values.
Tags: advertising, bacteria, branding, cleanliness, commerce, cynicism, dettol, DETTOL No-Touch Hand Wash System, fear, germs, hand wash, health, liquid soap, manufacturing, marketing, mothers, mums, positioning, product, Reckitt Benckiser, stupidity, terrorism
Will Sir Roger be forced to change his name to Rhonda to compete in the new world? Hanna Rosin writes in “The End of Men”, that the new dominatrices are women
Posted: 14 July, 2010 in Culture, Education, Life, Sex.
Tags: Atlantic Monthly, business, college, commerce, David Plotz, Education, gender, Hanna Rosin, management, men, Sex, sex discrimination, The End of Men, the unnecessary sex, women