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10: Where life feels perfect

10: Where life feels perfect

01 Jun 2017

Julian Clark was determined to do anything other than work in his family's luxury hotel business, the Lancemore Group. Now he runs it. He says the leisure customers in his boutique properties are looking for more than a recharge. His promise is 'moments of bliss'.

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11: Who would you think are Red Rooster's main competitors? Think again ...

11: Who would you think are Red Rooster's main competitors? Think again ...

15 Aug 2017

Komosion affiliate Anna Jones began her career in the United States working with established brands like General Motors and Hasbro for the William Morris Agency. Upon arriving in Australia, she joined Red Rooster to run its marketing function and ultimately reframed the business, recognising that it had been focused on the wrong competitors and the wrong primary marketplace opportunity ...

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12: How a 27-year-old CEO utilises his passion for Surfing to serve his customers

12: How a 27-year-old CEO utilises his passion for Surfing to serve his customers

21 Sep 2017

Luke Madden is the CEO of Surfing NSW at just 27 years of age. His aim? To better the sport of surfing by simplifying event systems and promoting the healthy surf lifestyle. In this age of digital disruption, Luke is taking advantage of wave technology in order to bring surfing beyond the coast.

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13: What sits behind the most successful Loyalty Marketing Programs?

13: What sits behind the most successful Loyalty Marketing Programs?

25 Oct 2017

Ilya Frolov, General Manager of Infinite Rewards, Investor and Advisor of Oxygen Ventures and Director of Studiomint, understands exactly how companies can leverage data to better understand their customer's consumer behaviors. Learn how Ilya's reward program and platform company provides a solution for the acquisition, engagement and retention of customers.

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14: Data and Design: A recipe for business success

14: Data and Design: A recipe for business success

30 Nov 2017

Harriet Wakelam, Director of Human Centred Design at IAG, grew up in a prototyping household. Her industrial designer father would line up eight kettles on the kitchen bench and ask her to choose one kettle to make a cup of tea. "It was a prototyping household," she explains, simply. Those early life lessons now inform the career she's made helping banks, Australia Post and now an Insurance monolith innovate.

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