Client Stories: Jars Of Clay Cafe, Creating A Foundation For Growth

We have recently completed a comprehensive package of services for one our favourite clients (yes, we are very biased!) based in Phnom Penh. We have a significant stake in Jars Of Clay Cafe thanks to our role in providing business mentoring, advice and management support for over 10 years now. The credit though belongs fully[…]

Defining Your Business Identity

So the sun-soaked memories of your holidays are fading, you’re already feeling exhausted and in need of a boost – and its only the start of the year! To remedy this situation, its actually a good time to get clarity on your business identity and purpose by answering these key questions: Who are we? What[…]

Client Stories – FBL Consulting Services, Cairns

When we started working with our Client, Foster Lee (FBL Consulting Services) – it was clear Foster had already made initial investments in both traditional (offline) and online marketing over several years. He had used Sensis Websites and Yellow Pages (Online & traditional book) advertising without significant results in terms of growing website traffic, enhancing[…]

Client Stories – Jars Of Clay, Phnom Penh Cambodia

We have previously posted about our journey with the awesome Jars Of Clay Cafe management team (check out our September Blog Post). However, here is a condensed overview which outlines specifically the work we have undertaken for them and some learnings on the journey of adding value to their business! In early 2016, the Jars[…]

Client Stories – Eat Real Cafe & Catering, Cairns & Brisbane

I’ve met quite a few clients over the years that I could say genuinely inspire me to look at life through a different lens. Elsa Comino from Eat Real Cafe & Catering, Cairns & Brisbane is one such client. Elsa’s story is both inspiring and challenging! Elsa’s own very personal journey of choosing to live[…]

Jars of Clay Coffee Shop, Phnom Penh Cambodia

Jars Of Clay Cafe, Cambodia represent an amazing group of young Cambodian women who are attempting to create a truly 100% Cambodian owned, managed and staffed modern Cafe to suit both Cambodian and International tastes. The business is structured as a social enterprise with employment provided to vulnerable young women and a percentage of profits[…]

The Jars Of Clay Cafe (Phnom Penh) Journey – Five Reasons We Rave About Them!

We first met the Cambodian managers of Jars of Clay Cafe, Pov (Vicheka) and Jenda in 2007, while we were living in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. We were really impressed to say the least by their integrity, honesty and hard work ethic. Having delivered a number of training and development programs for small business and not-for-profit[…]