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10 Rules for Great Copywriting from David Ogilvy

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - Kim Brebach

Great copywriting - why boring will not make them buy

Simplicity, Brevity, Clarity
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Turnbull on Renewable Energy - Leadership in Reverse

Wednesday, March 22, 2017 - Kim Brebach

Turnbull on Renewable Energy - Leadership in Reverse

Leadership means being out front, leading the way. Yet the 'Innovation Prime Minister' has missed an easy win on an issue formerly close to his heart. In a 'climate' where even energy giants are baying for leadership and certainty, will 'Turnbull the Turncoat' end up being the PM's legacy?   
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Effective Leadership Skills: Learning from Malcolm Turnbull’s Mistakes

Saturday, April 16, 2016 - Kim Brebach

Effective Leadership Skills: Learning from Malcolm Turnbull’s Mistakes | Technoledge

‘Malcolm Turnbull could have ridden the wave of goodwill following his ascension all the way to an early election. Instead he dithered, and now look at the muddle of agendas we have to navigate,’ writes Mungo MacCallum. We give PM Malcolm Turnbull a reminder about effective leadership skills.  Read more


Celebrity Chefs – Brands for Hire When the Price is Right

Thursday, July 31, 2014 - Kim Brebach

Celebrity Chefs – Brands for Hire | Technoledge

Big Name Chefs will flog any rubbish for pots of money

‘You cannot criticize a man for going to work. You really cannot,’ says Celebrity Chef Marco Pierre White. ‘But you can criticise a man for choosing to go to work as a pimp and a whore,’ says a reader on Eater. Find out how more celebrity chefs are compromising their hard-earned reputations, and why you can't trash your brand and hope to keep customer loyalty - whatever your business. 

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Why is Penfolds trashing Grange - its iconic brand?

Friday, May 02, 2014 - Kim Brebach

How Penfolds has forgotten marketing 101 l Technoledge

Brands are delicate - and easily damaged

Just after Barry O'Farrell famously showcased the value of Grange in his swansong as NSW Premier, Penfolds seems to be doing the exact opposite.  Read more


3 Simple Ways to Make Your Brand Stand Out

Wednesday, October 09, 2013 - Kim Brebach

Branding - why daring to be different delivers

Without a unique value proposition, yours is just another business

Making your brand stand out is not a matter of coming up with a new logo and tagline. Sure, lots of big companies do that -- like banks, oil companies and telcos.  They’ll spend millions on a refresh, and millions more on advertising campaigns to support the new paint job. It’s a waste of money for the banks who’re already  branded as greedy and uncaring by customers who largely despise them.
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How Southcorp and Fosters Trashed Rosemount

Tuesday, September 17, 2013 - Kim Brebach

Rosemount - why branding is not just about money

Would you pay $1.5 billion dollars for a brand and pour it down the drain?

By the turn of the millennium, Rosemount was one of the most recognisable wine brands in Australia. It was the country’s fifth biggest wine company, and it was profitable. It made large volumes of cheap and cheerful Chardonnay under its diamond label, along with premium wines such as Roxburgh Chardonnay and Balmoral Syrah.  Read more


Branding – How to Avoid Deadly Mistakes

Tuesday, November 06, 2012 - Kim Brebach

Find out how millions can result in a branding failure

The bigger they are, the bigger their mistakes. 

We all see brand names or logos that make us shake our heads and ask: what were they thinking? Or smoking? Some make us cringe: Nissan
Tiida and BenQ Joybook. Some make us laugh: Wii. Some make us frown and ask: they spent how many million on a that new logo and brand? A case in question was the  London 2012 Olympic logo. It looked like smashed pottery and the supporting mascots Wenlock and Mandeville were attracted deserved ridicule.  Read more


Chateau Chunder – Marketing Lessons from Aussie Wine

Friday, November 02, 2012 - Kim Brebach

What you can learn from the Aussie wine decline

Rise and plummet. 

The ABC ran a documentary this week that charted the rise and fall of Australian wine exports to the UK. ‘
Chateau Chunder‘ was made by local production company Electric Pictures, in co-production with Brook Lapping, for the ABC and BBC. The title comes from the early days, when Aussie wine in the UK was called Chateau Chunder from Down Under.  Read more





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