The Bottomline

4 Big Chemical Spills in Australia That Made the News

February 14, 2017

A chemical spill is one of the most common accidents in factories and manufacturing companies that affect many people’s lives. This is why companies continue to enforce strict rules and regulations on how to identify the risks to prevent and […]

Money Watch

Putting Create Back in Creativity: Making Better Ads

February 9, 2017

“Too much of our advertising is unwanted, uninteresting, uninspiring, and therefore ineffective.” This is what P&G’s chief brand officer, Marc Pritchard had stated in last year’s Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity. His statement rings true with what has been […]

The Marketing Bulletin

4 Critical Factors You Need to Consider When Buying School Desks

February 6, 2017

With all the pressure to produce bright, dynamic, and intelligent school children, you can hardly blame some school administrators for neglecting to focus on the quality of their school furniture. Research shows, however, that the learning environment greatly affects children’s […]

Simply Business

Designing a Uniform for Your Employees

February 1, 2017

In a corporate setting, it is quite ordinary to see people working in formal business wear, such as a suit and tie, or a skirt and a blazer. These days, it’s also common to find younger employees in very casual […]

Market Insights

The Latest Packaging Trends in the World Today

January 30, 2017

Packaging and its effects are omnipresent and very powerful.  Regardless of whether each customer notices the packing or not, the effects are obvious. The effect of good packaging on the buying habits of the customer is real and noticeable. This […]


Spills Kits: A Checklist for your Homes

January 26, 2017

Type ‘spill kits’ in Google and expect a thousand of results. While different industries (i.e. school, work and the public) have their own respective checklists to follow, the goal of having a spill kit in susceptible working locations is the […]