The PRWIRE Press Releases https:// 2021-04-13T14:15:20Z Rare riverfront paradise first time on offer in 70 years 2021-04-13T14:15:20Z rare-riverfront-paradise-first-time-on-offer-in-70-years With its quintessential Australian scenery, “Riverview” has provided the ultimate in rural living lifestyle for the Bewley family who are shifting down a gear and are ready to pass the property on to a new generation.Just 20 minutes from the Hume Highway, the 172.2-hectare Jugiong property is set among rolling hills and is bordered by the gum-lined Cumbamurra River.“'Riverview’ has been in our family for 70 years,” vendor Trisha Stadtmiller Bewley said. “It’s part of the fabric of our lives. It is where we worked, grew up and prospered together.”Free from infrastructure, agent George Southwell describes the property as “rare as hen’s teeth” providing the new owners with the opportunity to build their dream riverfront home or increase value by adding-on to an existing property.“Riverview is a true picture of serenity, hidden away with private access to the stunning flowing river, but easily located to small gem towns such as Harden, Jugiong, Binalong and Yass, which offer all the conveniences and services you could possibly need.”Trisha echoes the agent’s sentiments when it comes to what Jugiong offers, a town she says is “experiencing a renaissance”.“At the forefront of this charge is the revamp of The Sir George – the town’s landmark 1845 pub. The Sir George offers a unique eat, drink, bake experience in the Australian bush.“Additionally The Long Track Pantry, in the beautifully restored Jugiong General Store, is a thriving produce store and café loved by locals and travellers alike,” Trisha highlights, listing the art studio, florist, wood turning business and The Jugiong Wine Cellar as other local favourites. Accessed by an all-weather unsealed road, “Riverview” is split into three paddocks with natural and introduced pastures on granite-based loam soils. Featuring two dams and a permanent water supply from the river, it has been a productive farming property for Trisha and her husband Stuart.“This farm has provided a regular income stream for my parents who, once my father returned from serving in the air force during World War II, settled down and raised their five children,” Trisha said.“My parents successfully ran ‘Riverview’ as a mixed sheep and cattle farming business for half a century.“When we took over the farm, we operated it as a beef farming enterprise. At that time, my parents told us, ‘It’s a great piece of land. Treasure it’ – and we have for the past 20 years.”The Cumbamurra River has played an especially poignant role for both generations, providing a picturesque location for family gatherings including barbecues, camping and fishing.“We’re selling it now as we are looking at the next phase in our lives, which opens up the opportunity for the new owner to enjoy the economic and lifestyle benefits of ‘Riverview’ as much as we have,” Trisha said.“While my husband has been engaged in full time farming, I’ve worked professionally within the education sector. In terms of life balance and overall well being, there has been nothing better after a busy day out in the workforce than getting on the quad bikes with our dogs, mustering and working with our cattle in the fresh air and open spaces that ‘Riverview’ affords.“Our hope is that ‘Riverview’ is purchased by someone who appreciates all that it has to offer. If we were to say one thing to the new owner, it would be to echo my parents’ words: ‘Treasure it because it is a great piece of land’.”ENDAgent: George Southwell +61 429 838 345 george.southwell@raywhite.com Architecturally designed home ticks all the boxes 2021-04-13T14:06:22Z architecturally-designed-home-ticks-all-the-boxes With no sign the Covid tree-change is slowing down, this architecturally designed home at Collector is the pick of the bunch.Owners Gary and Julianne Daw were living in Sydney when they sought their own tree-change in Collector about 20 years ago.“We moved to Sydney from country Tasmania and we saw similarities in landscape and lifestyle at Collector,” Julianne said.“One of the most important features is the space and lifestyle available in the village atmosphere, but with close proximity to work in Goulburn or Canberra or from home.”The Daws bought their slice of country living - a 2007m2 block they’ve kept vacant apart from fruit trees, building on the adjacent 2010m2 block, both which are on the market to be purchased together or separately.The couple engaged renowned Goulburn architect Andrew Randall from Dutaillas Architects to design the luxury, modern Australian home completed in 2006.Randall carefully positioned the property to be north facing, with an undercover north-easterly situated patio Julianne said was a “very private space we used constantly”.“Spacious rooms and high ceilings make the house cool in summer, but the flexible design and ability to close off sections of the house enables privacy for our visitors, also making it perfect for an Airbnb or for a family with teenagers.”Agent George Southwell said the Daws and their architect were ahead of their time with the home’s design.“The resurgence in city dwellers embracing the work-from-home directive induced by the pandemic has seen people want to relocate to the wide open spaces and fresh air in regional areas.“But people are seeking a modern design and that’s where ‘Hazelgrove’ delivers, it’s a true country estate offering the best in home design and high quality finishes that wouldn’t be out of place in home built today.”Julianne describes the Collector community as having a young population with a good local school attracting families to the area. Despite most people working in Canberra or Goulburn, Julianne has seen significant change in Collector with a modern café opening, award-winning cellar door, monthly produce markets and an art gallery.“Little businesses are popping up,” she said, a trend she expects to keep growing as the tree-change movement continues to gain traction.Being able to access artisan breads and local produce in Collector is certainly welcomed by Julianne, whose passion for cooking is reflected in her home with an entertainer’s kitchen, a woodfired South African barbecue in the garden, along with mature fruit and olive trees.“The kitchen is my favourite part of the house, I’m a passionate cook with a commercial background in cooking.”The Daws are moving for family and business reasons, but Julianne knows the new owners will relish the village life as much as they have.“I know the new owners will enjoy the tranquillity and peace our home offers as much as we have, including winter nights in front of the wood fire and waking up to bird song.”ENDAgent: George Southwell +61 429 838 345 george.southwell@raywhite.com Capitalise on country tourism with this historic 21-room convent 2021-04-13T13:52:36Z capitalise-on-country-tourism-with-this-historic-21-room-convent In the quaint rural town of Harden-Murrumburrah on the South West Slopes of NSW, a distinctive Victorian-style convent-turned-country escape is about to hit the market with George Southwell of Ray White Rural Canberra and Yass.Adjacent to both the Canberra region and the riverina this district landmark 'The Convent' on Vernon St was built in 1892.The agent says exquisite restoration has enhanced this residence to ensure it remains one of the area's most distinguished homes as it has done for the last century. The grand double brick masterpiece home on over 4000 sqm holds 21 renovated rooms, nine of which are bedrooms.“Working from home has never been easier with the stately study and office space. Relaxation is enhanced with the built-in projection theatre and surround sound system in the theatre room,” Mr Southwell said.Opulent reception rooms and 16’cedar ceilings are special features of the one-level property, so too the pressed tin decorate ceilings above a large dining room with views across the productive gardens and a renovated eat-in country style kitchen with separate scullery.“Sitting off the street, in a desirable location next door to the local Catholic school, the home is surrounded by almost an acre of manicured lawns, stylish yet manageable landscaping, a chicken coop and a wraparound driveway. A large timber entertaining deck overlooks established fruit trees,” the agent said.Inside, vast proportions typical of Victorian architecture are filled with quality traditional detailing and immaculate inclusions. The three bathrooms have been upgraded in recent years. Elegant entertainment spaces are at one end of the house, meanwhile children can play in living rooms on the other side of the property or out in the garden.“As a home, The Convent marries modern renovation and discerning style with grand historical glamour and grace,” Mr Southwell said.Three hours to Sydney and one and half hours to Canberra, it could become a bed and breakfast, lifestyle business, relaxation retreat or home, and comes with its own onsite chapel.“The Convent is a short walk to lovely local cafes, a popular pub, and a 25 min drive to historic townships of Young - the cherry capital of Australia, Cootamundra - the birthplace of Sir Donald Bradman, and the village of Jugiong, on the banks of the mighty Murrumbidgee River, with its hatted restaurant and bakery and boutique shops.”The Convent goes to auction next month. ENDGeorge Southwell +61 429 838 345 george.southwell@raywhite.com Destination boutique chocolate shop ready for next chapter 2021-04-13T13:46:00Z destination-boutique-chocolate-shop-ready-for-next-chapter It’s almost like a script from a bestseller – the iconic chocolate shop that has attracted some of Australia’s most revered dignitaries is on the market, ready for its next chapter.The sale of Robyn Rowe Chocolates is a complete package, including the iconic Murrumbateman business, the separate four-bedroom cottage and 9.6 hectares (96,000m2) of easy-care quality pastures for grazing, hills with woodland bush, permanent creek and spring-fed dam.Located 30 minutes from Canberra in the heart of the cool climate wine district, the business has built its reputation on producing high quality, handcrafted chocolates made with the finest Belgian chocolate.This hasn’t gone unnoticed, with some of the country’s most famous faces, an Olympic gold medalist and Prime Minister, indulging their sweet tooth at the business.While these identities have lifted the profile of the business, founder Robyn Rowe’s passion and skill for making chocolate has also caught the attention of media outlets such as the ABC, Qantas Magazine, being named in the Australian Traveller’s Top 100 ways to holiday here this year while also being acknowledged with a swag of medals at the Sydney Royal Cheese and Dairy Show across many years.It was a country upbringing at Cowra that led Robyn and her husband Denis to Murrumbateman in 1996 after spending 15 years in Sydney. Being just 30 minutes from Canberra drew the family to Murrumbateman where they eventually bought the block they named “Boolarong” which means ‘place of plenty.’After putting the home on the property and planting more than 400 trees, Robyn discovered an addictive passion for chocolate.“I started making chocolate at home after reading an article about the Margaret River Chocolate Company and once I did my first course I was hooked and needed to learn more.”Taking the hobby to the next level from home to markets across New South Wales, the shop was built and opened in January 2012.“I find chocolate as much a wonderful art form as it is a science,” Robyn said, describing how she was able to pursue her creativity through chocolate.At the ripe age of 79, Robyn acknowledges the time has come to allow someone else to take the property and make it theirs.Reflecting on her highlights, they include her daughter Lucy’s wedding held on-site just before the shop opened and the shop going from three days trading to five – and she says it could be open seven if her energy allowed. Robyn is exceptionally proud to have employed 31 locals in the almost 10 years the shop has operated.Reflecting on her cosy cottage, she said: “It’s been a lovely home for us, with five children and now grandchildren.”As for the business, Robyn says “it really could be taken to the next stage, automated or different flavours created”.“The bones are there, the hard work has been done and everyone knows where it is.”Agent George Southwell adds: “Robyn Rowe Chocolates is already a destination in its own right, but its reputation and proximity to Canberra and Yass puts it high on the itinerary for people exploring the region and it has an integral place in a variety of tour programs and events.“Various road upgrades such as duplicating the Barton Highway means the future's looking bright in Murrumbateman, but not only is this property appealing in a business sense, it is also a wonderful place to live with a new primary school being built and central to the growing boutique wine region.”ENDAgent: George Southwell +61 429 838 345 george.southwell@raywhite.com The Executive Centre launches the 'What Is An Office' campaign 2021-04-13T10:32:17Z the-executive-centre-launches-the-what-is-an-office-campaign      HONG KONG, Apr 10, 2021 - (ACN Newswire) - The pandemic has led to the greatest debate of all time - do people even need an office and if so, what do they want? Today, The Executive Centre (TEC), the leading premium flexible workspace provider across Asia Pacific and the Middle East, launches the "What Is An Office" campaign, which examines the elements that make up a dynamic, productive workspace. The campaign consists of a brand video, plus 4 product videos that examines how the workforce views the role of an office and asks the central question, "What Is An Office?" The short films explore how a positive working environment and agile working practices can help business operations, shedding light on the fundamental importance of a multi-purpose office to a company's success."The break from office has pushed people to reconsider what they require to create a positive working environment. People are waking up to the fact that an office should be more than four walls around a desk. It is a space which fosters collaboration, communication and creativity," said Paul Salnikow, TEC Founder and CEO. "While human interaction proves to be crucial for work and life, people are also keen to enjoy variety in work options, the future of work is shifting from purely remote to a hybrid model. Flexibility is key in future workplace strategies because choice has become an invaluable asset; people want to choose to access workstations, meeting rooms and breakout areas when they need it, and corporations are realising that incorporating a flexible element can also positively impact their bottom line."TEC has found that the need for more flexible lease terms, robust technological infrastructure and internet connectivity for virtual get-togethers, as well as spacious event venues to host socially distanced conferences, and even on-demand passes to support their remote working teams has dramatically increased in the last year.A whitepaper report will also be released for free public download on the campaign website that looks into the history and future trends of office development, plus TEC's approach to office design strategy.What is an office?  Your work, your space, your choice.Visit the campaign website HERE.The campaign videos can be viewed HERE.  About The Executive CentreThe Executive Centre (TEC) opened its doors in Hong Kong in 1994 and today boasts over 150+ Centres in 32 cities and 14 markets.The Executive Centre caters to ambitious professionals and industry leaders looking for more than just an office space -- they are looking for a place for their organization to thrive. TEC has cultivated an environment designed for success with a global network spanning Greater China, Southeast Asia, North Asia, India, Sri Lanka, the Middle East, and Australia, with sights to go further and grow faster. Each Executive Centre offers a prestigious address with the advanced infrastructure to pre-empt, meet, and exceed the needs of its Members. Walking with Members through every milestone and achievement, The Executive Centre empowers ambitious professionals and organizations to succeed.Privately owned and headquartered in Hong Kong, TEC provides first class Private and Shared Workspaces, Business Concierge Services, and Meeting & Conference facilities to suit any business needs.  For more information please visit www.executivecentre.com. Office Hub Releases the Last Ever Annual Coworking Market Report by Launching Co-Stats - A Live Market Report Platform 2021-04-13T05:16:28Z office-hub-releases-the-last-ever-annual-coworking-market-report-by-launching-co-stats-a-live-market-report-platform Sydney, AUSTRALIA - Office Hub, the world’s leading marketplace for flexible workspace, just launched the last ever annual Coworking Market Report. Replacing the annual report is Co-Stats, the world’s first live reporting platform for the flexible workspace industry.   Covid-19 showed the world that annual reports are only as good as the next pandemic. Flexible workspace statistics are extremely volatile to supply and demand changes, Co-Stats is a free-to-access platform reporting monthly on all the data for any location in the click of a button. “Our Proptech platform has combined over 60,000 listings and 50,000 tenant searches to generate rich statistical data on the supply of flex space, the persona of the tenant search and the values of the deals that complete.” says Grant Philipp, CEO & Founder of Office Hub. Report Findings ​​ In April 2020, demand for flex space dropped by 82 per cent and deals won down 91 per cent Annual decline of demand for flex space by 7.1 per cent Average annual discount applied to flex space listings was 14.9 per cent The average desk price dropped to $577 per month 80 per cent of all spaces applied a discount to their available spaces 79 per cent of all tenant searches needed space for 1-5 people 46 per cent of all companies looking for space had no current business address $18,137 was the average contract value  3.2 desks was the average size of signed agreement  61 per cent of all listings were peer-to-peer shared 85 per cent of Office Hub enquiries requested private office space Ground floor and no lifts in suburbia saw sublets overtake the demand for coworking/serviced office sector with 54 per cent of deals heading to this category.You can download the full The Australian Coworking Report 2020 here and explore Co-Stats for your free custom report here. “2021 will be the biggest year for flexible space ever as the world emerges from Covid and businesses close off on their strategy to house their teams. With Co-Stats you don’t have to wait an entire year for the next report to find out how the industry did, we have it live, online and free for everyone to share” says Grant Philipp. ### About Co-Stats Office Hub's Co-Stats tracks and reports on the entire flexible workspace market in real time so you always have access to the latest statistics, numbers and results for the coworking industry. Co-Stats data is updated dynamically on a monthly basis so you can search for the facts you need, when you need them. Launched in 2021 and evolving every minute. www.office-hub.com/au/co-stats About Office Hub Founded in 2014, Office Hub is the world’s leading marketplace for coworking, serviced and shared offices. It’s a homegrown Aussie business with one simple goal: revolutionise the way people rent commercial space around the world. Specialising in Proptech, Office Hub offers a free independent service to help people find the perfect flexible workspace for their business, powered by next-generation technology and an award-winning service team. www.office-hub.com/au/ MOB BOSS MICHAEL FRANZESE MAKES YOU AN OFFER YOU SHOULDN'T REFUSE 2021-04-13T03:43:48Z mob-boss-michael-franzese-makes-you-an-offer-you-shouldn-t-refuse MOB BOSS MAKES YOU AN OFFER YOU SHOULDNT REFUSE HOW MOB BOSS MADE MILLIONS   # MICHAEL FRANZESE’s OFFER YOU SHOULDN’T REFUSE# LEARN HOW TO NEGOTIATE IN BUSINESS LIKE THE MAFIA# HOW TO DO BUSINESS LIKE A BOSS# MADE MAN TEACHES YOU HOW TO BECOME A “wise guy”# EXCLUSIVE “sit down” LIVESTREAM Former Captain of New York’s Colombo organised crime family, Michael Franzese will speak at an Australian exclusive live “Sit Down”  HOW TO DO BUSINESS LIKE A BOSS to tell all about how he spent his time making millions as a Mob Boss on Thursday April 22nd at 11am. Free registration at www.mesiti.com/boss Once described by a Vanity Fair journalist, as “making the most money since Al Capone”, Franzese will share the tricks of the trade and all the negotiating business techniques he used to help him become the youngest person listed on Fortune Magazine’s 50 most wealthy and powerful MOB bosses. Michael, who was at one stage making $8 million dollars a week, will share his proven street-smart strategies that livestream attendees can take away and implement in business straight away! Michael Franzese says, “You’re really going to benefit from this live stream! I encourage everybody to sign up as soon as they can, with limited spaces it’s going to go quick and this really is an offer you shouldn’t refuse!”. About Michael Franzese Michael Franzese grew up as the son of the notorious Underboss of New York’s violent and feared Colombo crime family. At his most affluent, Michael was generating an estimated $5 to $8 million per week from legal and illegal businesses and in 1986, was named one of the biggest money earners the mob had seen since Al Capone, by Vanity Fair. At the age of 35, Fortune Magazine listed him as number 18 on its list of the “Fifty Most Wealthy and Powerful Mafia Bosses,” just 5 behind John Gotti. All that was to change when Michael met a beautiful dancer from California named Camille Garcia whose beauty and faith caused Michael to do the unthinkable – walk away from the mob. Nobody of his rank had ever just walked away – and lived. Until now. This former “Prince of the Mafia” is now a man on a mission determined to use the compelling experiences of his former life for the benefit of others seeking redemption and forgiveness and continues to bring record attendance to events all over the country.    SYSPRO rebrands as it commits to securing a digital future for global manufactures and distributors 2021-04-12T23:36:24Z syspro-rebrands-as-it-commits-to-securing-a-digital-future-for-global-manufactures-and-distributors Melbourne, 13 April 2021 - SYSPRO, an industry-built ERP software solution designed to make things possible in key manufacturing and distribution industries, has unveiled its re-energised brand, visual identity and positioning to the market. The new brand tagline and positioning signifies SYSPRO’s evolving offering to the market and how the business continues to be committed to guide customers to secure a digital future.  Over the past year, manufacturers and distributors have had to contend with global vulnerabilities and disruptive forces. Many have now shown a sense of urgency in accelerating their digital transformation journeys for long-term resiliency. The industry has realised that digital transformation is now indispensable in translating efficiency and productivity gains back into the business. With industry needs top of mind, SYSPRO redefined its message to resonate with customers as they take their next step – whether it is expanding into new territories, adding new product lines, transforming business processes, or driving innovation.   According to Sandra Fraga, SYSPRO Chief Sales and Marketing Officer, “Our customers are looking for trusted advisors and industry specialists that understand their need to deliver value, drive operational efficiencies, control costs and drive bottom line results. As a pledge of commitment to help manufacturers to remain resilient, we have changed our tagline to ‘Say Yes to Next.’  Underpinned by purpose, this tagline will be embodied within every customer interaction as we lead them through significant growth. We believe this will really resonate with our customers as they say yes – to the next idea, the next opportunity, the next possibility, and to achieve more.”  The rebrand also talks to SYSPRO’s adaptability to align with industry trends and leverage emerging technologies that will enable partners and customers to have a competitive advantage. Built from experience and made for manufacturers, SYSPRO Cloud ERP has been developed with this in mind.  “In today’s environment, businesses need to evolve faster, expand quicker, collaborate across the business and serve customers better by delivering tangible business value. While manufacturers have realised that they need to review their current technology solutions to meet the challenges of the future head-on, the key to success in this new digital era is selecting an ERP platform with cloud capabilities to embrace innovation to transform their business for enhanced growth and long-term sustainability,” notes Fraga.   With a new look and feel, SYSPRO’s primary focus will remain on ensuring the delivery of a high-quality ERP solution and experience to the market.  “As industries continue to navigate through uncharted territory, we have an opportunity to reset and transform their businesses for future growth and digital innovation. As trusted advisors, we look at delivering next generation technologies built for the industries and sectors we serve. We understand that industry leaders don’t wait, they build the next,” concludes Fraga.  For more on SYSPRO Cloud ERP, visit:  https://www.syspro.com/product/business-digitization/cloud-erp/   Archibald Williams wins atWork Australia account 2021-04-12T22:02:21Z archibald-williams-wins-atwork-australia-account Following a competitive pitch, independent agency, Archibald Williams has won the atWork Australia account and been tasked with launching the new employment services campaign, highlighting that work is for everyone.   This is the first time atWork Australia has used the services of an agency for above the line messaging. Archibald Williams will handle TV, OOH, Digital and Social Media for the account and will launch the new campaign this week.   atWork Australia is an employment services provider supporting clients looking for work, including those living with disability, injury or health conditions; and those living with disadvantages, e.g. socioeconomic.  atWork Australia also supports Australian businesses looking to recruit and retain a diverse workforce, through candidate supply, diversity and inclusion workforce planning.    Sotir Kondov, Executive General Manager of atWork Australia said: “The organisation is extremely excited for its first national brand campaign.  We are committed to providing truly excellent employment support services, making a real difference to people’s lives and helping employers to find great people for their business. We are true believers that sustainable work is good for your health, including your mental health, and that a diverse and inclusive workforce is good for business. The line ‘Work’s for everyone’ is a great encapsulation of our mission to ensure that people living with disability, injury, health condition or disadvantage have equal access to fulfilling work, and that employers realise the benefits of a diverse, inclusive workforce.”    “It has been such a privilege to partner with atWork Australia and highlight the crucial role they play in helping all Australians find employment,” said Kiranpreet Kaur, Head of Client & Strategic Services at Archibald Williams.   “Having a job brings purpose and meaning to everyone.  This campaign puts value on the skills that are incredible valued in the workplace, and shows how they are developed in spades from living with a disability every day,” she added.   This is the first time atWork Australia has used the services of an agency for above the line messaging. Archibald Williams will handle TV, OOH, Digital and Social Media for the account and will launch the new campaign in April.   View the tvc here:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ex1O5ZMNeRs     Team: atWork Australia Sotir Kondov – DES Executive General Manager Katherine Newton – DES Marketing Communications Manager Josephine Hanschmann – DES Marketing Communications Lead   Archibald Williams Tom Selby - Senior Writer  Chris d’Arbon - Senior Art Director Matt Gilmour - Executive Creative Director Amanda Slatyer - Agency Producer  Kiranpreet Kaur - Head of Client and Strategic Services  Mabel Tu - Senior Account Manager    Best Boy Productions Jack Stephens – Producer Kauis Potter – Director Don Buppapirak – Director of Photography Chris Grundy – Stills Photographer     What is white labelling? 2021-04-12T14:09:36Z what-is-white-labeling-wildjar-1 You may be unfamiliar with the term ‘white labelling’, but familiar with the concept. Many industries, from grocery retailers to IT services, use white labelling as a means of selling goods or services that are produced elsewhere under their own brand. The term was derived from the process of “whiting out” text on a piece of paper so that it can be re-written. An example of white labelling can be found at your local supermarket. Many of the products on shelf are manufactured at the same facility, but are sold under different brand names. Supermarket home brands are some of the most common - they pay for a product to be manufactured, but put their own label on it. Why? Aside from the obvious cost benefit, it is almost impossible for one entity to have the production capabilities for every single product it sells. Companies outsource their manufacturing to entities that do have the appropriate resources, saving them time and money and allowing them to focus on growing other areas of their business. The same concept applies to digital software. Developing your own company-branded software or portal requires extensive testing, funding and skills that many agencies simply don’t have. With so many solutions already available, it makes sense to take advantage of white labelling.  Benefits Of White Labelling Building Credibility Consistent branding is crucial, particularly when it comes to digital marketing. Agencies need to present a cohesive image to clients; and that’s where white labelling comes into play. Having your branding on reports and portals can strengthen your business’ credibility and improve brand awareness. More Services If your services are currently limited to in-house, purchasing third-party software can allow your business to expand its offerings. Think targeted campaigns, improved client data and seamless integrations. It’s all about investing in the right resources to ensure your business runs smoothly. Customer Loyalty Build customer loyalty by offering solutions they can access. Improve your client retention with a range of services, minimising their need to look elsewhere. Each time a customer accesses your services, they’ll be met with consistency - allowing them to return time and time again. Added Support In an ideal world, technology operates perfectly 100% of the time. Realistically, that’s not always the case. Purchasing white label software comes with the buffer of troubleshooting support from the developer, saving you the worry when something goes wrong. High Quality Companies that create software that is available for white labelling invest the time, energy and resources into developing high-quality solutions, so you don’t have to. White labelling is an industry in itself, with companies taking advantage of advances in technology to ensure their software is competitive. Ensure your clients have access to high-quality solutions by investing in white labelling.  Finding the right solution  At WildJar, we provide advanced software solutions that are easy to use, so you can focus more on building your business. With seamless integration available to collate your existing resources, it’s simpler to generate, track and implement strategies to keep your business ticking. Our call tracking platform was built with Agencies in mind. All of our Agency plans come with a whitelabel solution, using your own branded URL, logos and colour scheme to fit your brand. Our channel partner program is the easiest and quickest way to deliver a cutting edge call tracking solution to your clients, whilst generating an additional revenue stream for your business. Book a demo today and find out why more businesses worldwide are turning to WildJar for their business solutions. Media Publishares and VIDY to develop NFT platform for fashion, arts and music community 2021-04-12T05:39:21Z media-publishares-and-vidy-to-develop-nft-platform-for-fashion-arts-and-music-community      SINGAPORE, Apr 12, 2021 - (ACN Newswire) - Media Publishares, publishers of Vogue, Esquire, Robb Report and Buro in Singapore, announce a partnership with VIDY to launch and develop an NFT platform catering to the fashion, arts and music industry.Founded by Singaporean techpreneur Matthew Lim and Harvard University alumni Patrick Colangelo, VIDY is a blockchain-powered digital advertising tool that rewards viewers with native cryptocurrency, VIDYCOIN. Having implemented VIDY's technology across Media Publishares' titles, the partnership between the two companies grew organically given their shared 'digital first' approach and innovative thinking.The NFT platform - slated to launch in Q3 of 2021 - celebrates arts and culture within a 360-degree navigable virtual environment showcasing digital fashion, art, music and design. Key features of the platform include minting, trading and auctioning of NFTs through a tokenised system along with the ability to host social interaction.Focused on building virtual creativity as a skill set while promoting sustainable consumption, the platform will donate a percentage of NFT sales towards organisations tackling real-world problems to ensure a positive connection between the virtual and physical worlds."The NFT market grew over 229% since 2020 to reach over USD500 million. However, it's still in early stages and has a long way to go with regards to infrastructure development. With the metaverse and rise of digital models, people will be able to live in a parallel virtual world where they can own a digital identity and purchase items not just in a digital file, but as any unique asset in their virtual land, similar to their physical world," says Lim."For this new NFT platform, VIDY will lead the technology and blockchain development given our unique experience in dealing with traditional businesses and crypto. We are confident we will create the finest platform that will boost the NFT world by allowing seamless participation from the traditional fashion, art and music communities."The NFT platform will target a digitally savvy audience looking for luxury items with low environmental impact while also engaging creators exploring a virtual identity for their designs and new revenue streams for their craft."Media Publishares has always been ahead of the curve with its innovative approach to storytelling as lead by our anchor titles Vogue, Esquire, Robb Report and Buro Singapore", says Michael von Schlippe, President of Media Publishares."What we see is a new creative renaissance where creativity and technology are driving change together. By creating an NFT platform, which essentially acts as a virtual marketplace between creatives and users, it allows us to provide a unique shoppable platform coupled with content for the community in the form of education, interaction and entertainment," adds von Schlippe.Titles under Media Publishares have gained global recognition for their approach to content creation. Notable projects include Esquire Singapore's 'Artificial Intelligence Issue' that won Gold at the Native Advertising Awards in Berlin and Vogue Singapore's digital-only launch in August 2020 with a 360-degree microsite 'Vogue Studio', amongst others.About VIDYEstablished in 2016, VIDY was a San Francisco based video web tech start-up company founded by Harvard Undergrad Patrick Colangelo and former Credit Suisse Investment Banker Matthew Lim. In 2018, VIDY started to incorporate blockchain technology into its product to allow a decentralized reward economy to exist seamlessly across its publishing partners. Today, Vidy's technology is used by over 70 global media publishers such as the likes of CNN Indonesia, CNBC Indonesia, Vogue Singapore, Esquire Singapore among many others, with over 10bn of monthly page views of inventory, and a user exposure of over 150mn monthly. VIDY has two native cryptocurrency tokens; VIDY and VIDYX, both of which are integral to the Vidy Rewarding, E-Commerce and NFT Ecosystem. For more information on VIDY, please visit www.vidy.com.About Media PublisharesMedia Publishares is a dynamic media company that specialises in impactful storytelling characterised by creativity, captivating visuals and the engagement of innovative technology. Headquartered in Singapore, Media Publishares, previously Indochine Media, has over 10 year's experience in digital communication, luxury print publishing, and events across Southeast Asia. A full-service publisher with over 80 employees in the region - from editorial and events to video and design production - Media Publishares operates in Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand and Philippines and is continuously expanding its portfolio to further strengthen its presence in the publishing industry. Anchor brands currently include Buro, Esquire, Robb Report, Luxury Guide and Vogue Singapore. For more information on Media Publishares, please visit www.mediapublishares.com.sg. ANZ forecasted a 17% growth in 2021 for housing prices 2021-04-12T04:16:01Z anz-forecasted-a-17-growth-in-2021-for-housing-prices Australian house prices are forecast to see their sharpest rise since the 1980s. ANZ bank, along with the other Big Four are tipping house prices to soar by a massive 17% cent this year across our capital cities – marking the fastest pace of growth since the late 1980s. In the first half of 2020, ANZ forecast a 10% decline in property prices. By the last quarter of 2020 they backflipped and said predicted a 10% growth. Fast forward to March 2021 and that prediction for 2021 is 17%. So far 2021 has seen a 9% national rise this year, but a number of factors have increased this forecast significantly. The property market is now booming as buyers take advantage of record-low interest rates, very low levels of immigration, government programs and money saved during the coronavirus recession. While this news may not be welcomed by first home buyers that are looking to get into the market, it however is good news for investors. Increase in property values will allow them to use the increase of equity to take advantage of rising prices and get into a growing market. Now is the time to take advantage of the opportunities the current property markets are offering. As always speak to a property expert as markets are moving on, but not all properties are going to increase in value. Download our FREE e-book and you too can take advantage of the property market. The headline of all major newspapers these days is the ‘booming property market’ but not many people are talking about how to take advantage of a booming market. Growing up you were probably taught by your parents to get a good education, a good job, buy a home, work really hard and pay off your home (place of residence) debt. You’ve heard the saying “work smarter not harder” Our parents strategy is simply not the ‘smartest’ way to build wealth in this type of economy. Similarly, it is also a great time to consider comparing and refinancing your home loan, as you could be on a much higher rate that could be available to you.   Our property markets move through cycles, from booms to busts and back again. So is now the time to buy? The fact is, any time could be a bad time for you personally to buy a property, or it could be the best time to buy! There are however some external factors that are indicating that now is a great time to invest if you are financially prepared.   Download our FREE e-book and you too can take advantage of the property market.   Introducing Critical Control Management (CCM) 2021-04-12T03:04:16Z introducing-critical-control-management-ccm We are very excited to launch a new and novel technology that has a significant impact on operations. Our Critical Control Management (CCM) module is for High Risk Industries that demand foolproof Control Performance. CCM drives integrated action when controls are compromised. The module: Records Critical Risks, Controls and Performance Standards Uses Smart Inspections™ to activate automated processes The powerful Rules Engine™ drives critical actions when controls are compromised Analyse risks and controls in the Performance Dashboard ou can also Join us for a free webinar - A Configuration Case Study with Mitchell ServicesApril 22 @ 11:30am AEST Presented by Josh Bryant (Mitchell Services General Manager, People and Risk) and Adrian Manessis (Business Development, myosh). Mitchell Services Limited is a leading provider of drilling services to the global exploration, mining and energy industries. What's covered? Critical Risks, their methodology and the issues at hand Critical controls and conformance standards Smart Inspections™, control effectiveness and performance reports Adrian Manessis from myosh will then demonstrate how Smart Inspections™ and the Rules Engine are used to manage Critical Control Effectiveness, status and reporting This is Flow adds global business 1800-GOT-JUNK?® 2021-04-11T22:10:02Z this-is-flow-adds-global-business-1800-got-junk Following six new business wins announced at the end of last year, Sydney independent full-service agency, This is Flow, has continued the momentum by adding 1800-GOT-JUNK?®  to its growing portfolio of clients.    1800-GOT-JUNK?®  is one of the world’s largest full-service junk removal businesses, operating in major cities in Australia and across Canada and the United States, removing rubbish from homes and businesses.  The company has grown to 158 locations across three countries and in keeping with its environmental goals to divert items from the landfill, donate the donatables and recycle the recyclables wherever possible.   Following collaboration with overseas holding group MDC Partners, who own Assembly, Gale Agency and local creative agency 72andSunny, This is Flow was invited to present to the 1800-GOT-JUNK?®  Head Office in Canada, alongside local state Franchise Partners, leading to the Australian appointment of 1800-GOT-JUNK?®  to the growing agency.   “We’re focused on growing the 1800-GOT-JUNK?® business in the Australian market and we're seeing great momentum so This is Flow has come on at a perfect time. They're made up of a team of passionate media experts who understand the local landscape and have been incredible at integrating our strategy with their recommendations. We’re already seeing the benefits of this partnership six months in and are confident in their ability to support us in achieving our goals going forward," says Renée Janzen, Marketing Director for 1800-GOT-JUNK?® .    “We’re thrilled to be working with such a successful and growing global business. We see the passion from the franchise partners on the ground, all the way through to the head office in Vancouver… and it's incredible to see just how professional and exciting the junk removal business can be! With multiple stakeholders and time zones to manage, the team has done an incredible job to deliver responsive plans that align with the 1800-GOT-JUNK?®  strategic priorities,” said Jimmy Hyett, CEO of This Is Flow.   The account includes the planning and buying of media for each franchise partner across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Gold Coast and Perth, who had previously bought media directly.  Honan announces exciting new reinsurance offering with the launch of Honan Re 2021-04-11T22:00:43Z honan-announces-exciting-new-reinsurance-offering-with-the-launch-of-honan-re Honan Insurance Group (Honan) Executive Chairman, Damien Honan, has announced an exciting new reinsurance offering to the broker marketplace with the launch of Honan Re that will commence operations this week.   Based in Singapore and headed by Honan Asia’s Managing Director Eliza White, Honan Re will offer facultative reinsurance solutions to the organisation’s insurance partners.   Commenting further on the announcement, Damien Honan said “We’re very proud of the reinsurance offering as it deepens and broadens the group’s capabilities and further enhances Honan’s reputation as an industry leader.    “The establishment of Honan Re has also been a personal goal of mine, to build a reinsurance team to support the wider Honan group since we commenced operations in Singapore in 2012”.   “In the current marketplace conditions, we believe it is the best time to launch this initiative and continue to expand Honan’s capabilities and the support we offer our insurer partners”.   Honan Chief Executive Officer, Andrew Fluitsma said Honan was the only Australian broking house to offer reinsurance solutions and its launch comes at an opportune time when the market needs additional capacity and innovative thinking.   ‘The addition of a reinsurance offering reflects Honan’s attitude of constantly pushing the envelope to develop and deliver leading edge solutions.  It’s also a testament to the efforts of our incredible team and the success we’re building throughout the region”.   Honan Re will be positioned as a dynamic and solutions focused division of Honan Insurance Group and aims to support the organisation’s partners throughout the entire reinsurance cycle.   Singapore was selected as the base for Honan Re for its reputation as the insurance hub of Asia Pacific and strategic geographical position that offers access to international markets in Asia, Australia, Europe and North America.   Honan Re’s Eliza White said, "The launch of Honan Re demonstrates our ability to innovate and offer clients coverage that meets their changing circumstances and challenges.  We will quickly bring together experienced reinsurance minds and utilize latest technology and robust analytics to address the insurance needs of our partners.”   Issued by Honan Insurance Group    www.honan.com.au   Media Enquiries:                  Mr. Joe Perri, Joe Perri & Associates Pty Ltd Tel:  +61 3 9324 0362          Mob:  +61 412 112 545       Email:  jperri@joeperri.com.au