Monthly Archives: May 2014

Consumers and FMCG retail control

Retail has changed, very quickly and in a fundamental way, but not for everyone. Retailers, the blokes with the bricks and mortar still hold sway in most markets, but to varying degrees, and can continue to do so if they … Continue reading

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Slow death of twitter?

The Atlantic has made the call,  at least asked the question. Is Twitter dying? I have no idea, as I am not a real twitter fan, never have been, simply because I do not see the sustainable business model yet, … Continue reading

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4 point strategic rural reality check

There is plenty in the press about the role agriculture will play in the post mining boom era. “Asia’s foodbowl” and other such optimistic clichés get front page coverage. I have been sitting in Armidale (NSW) for a few days, … Continue reading

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