Running your own event online can offer the same advantages of appearing at live events, with the added bonus of reaching a wider audience, and connecting with your readers without the need to travel.
An aged care assessment, or ACAT assessment, is an important first step towards accessing aged care services. It helps you access the support you need to live your best and most fulfilled life.
Events are one of the best ways to promote a new book and build your brand as an author. Online writers events are a great way to access more people and work around border closures.
Taking care of someone with dementia? Here are some useful tips that will help you provide better holistic care for your loved one.
How many books do you need to sell to make a bestseller list? And does the title actually mean anything when it comes to marketing your book?
Competing in a race is fantastic: the thrill of being amongst a big group of other runners, the fun of running somewhere you normally wouldn’t be able to, the advantage of being timed in a race environment, and the high of crossing that finish line. But there are a few steps before you can get there.
Creative advertising agency Thinkerbell has launched a new internship program for people over 55. Thrive@55 is an eight-week, fully paid program, offering older people in Melbourne and Sydney the opportunity to work across all areas of the agency. In an industry dominated by young people, the internship presents a fantastic opportunity for older people to have their voices heard, and for the company to tap into a wealth of experience and expertise.
Instead of looking out for ways to expand into a new sector, consider turning your eye inward towards your own people.
That breadth of experience and knowledge is an amazing resource, but it goes ignored and unnoticed by so many business leaders.
A new program seeks to provide aged care residents with reading material, and the added stimulation of providing feedback to the writers. Pages for Wisdom pairs residents in aged care facilities with new and established writers, offering the opportunity for residents to provide feedback on works in progress.
No business wants their marketing material to be considered spam mail. Companies put a lot of work into creating effective and engaging marketing campaigns, and they want those emails opened, read, and acted upon. Inevitably, some individuals on your email marketing list may not be interested in your goods and services anymore. This is fine, so long as they are given the option to stop receiving information from your company.