Grant Cameron will move up to become non-executive chairman for the company, and Alison Cameron (pictured above) – currently the chief operating officer – will assume the CEO role.
Dugald Cameron remains responsible for the family’s investment portfolio and is […] Australian retail out-of-home (OOH) business Shopper Media Group (SMG) has announced a partnership with AI-powered wireless networks provider Mist.
In fact, old-school, face-to-face matchmaking is still doing well, and not just for the matchmakers: their customers are doing well out of it too.
Mel met her husband and father of their baby daughter, Bruce, through a traditional matchmaker.
This is the first time Cruiseco has appointed an agency, having managed its communications internally.
Cruiseco is the largest and broadest distributor of cruise products in the Southern Hemisphere.
They arranged to have a lunch date, and met in the local park.
When Mel first spoke to Bruce one Thursday evening, she says they instantly hit it off."I thought, he seems friendly and interesting, seems to read a lot, so we chatted and made a date for the Sunday," Mel says.
She always wanted to have children, and being well on her way to 30 made her aware her biological clock was ticking. I did what everyone said; I looked approachable at the supermarket, I went to parties, I really did spend a couple of years on the dating scene," says Mel, who is now 32."I was out there, giving it a go, and I was actually dating with the intention of finding someone I could marry and have kids with."So after about three years of dating, Mel decided to give up conventional dating and give matchmaking a go."One day I was listening to the radio and this ad for Ideal Introductions came on, so I looked up the website, contacted them and had a chat on the phone, and then made my way into the office," she says.
Linda Prescott, founder of Ideal Introductions, says the process of joining a matchmaking agency is quite selective."We chat on the phone first and if we don't like sound of someone, we don't invite them in; we knock back about 40 per cent of people who enquire," says Prescott, who has been a matchmaker for more than 20 years.
[…] An integrated campaign by Vizeum Melbourne for MINI Australia’s new ‘Connected’ vehicles will see digital out-of-home (DOOH) served via Posterscope’s Liveposter platform.
Delivered centrally, the campaign will showcase the flexible qualities DOOH provides via multiple creatives targeted with specific data overlays such as location, traffic, time of day, and weather triggers such as rain.