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National conferences: not for the faint hearted

Let’s have a national conference to get our members together and take our association to new levels. Many national associations think big like this and we admire their energy and enthusiasm. But designing and delivering a national conference is not for the faint hearted and it’s often wise to call in expert help. That’s what

Building the health of a pharmaceutical organisation

A new Chief Executive Officer (CEO) had arrived at an organisation dealing with pharmaceuticals, who needed a cracker jack Executive Assistant (EA). The Director of HR was having trouble recruiting at the calibre required. That’s when the light went on. The Director, who knew about us, thought: ‘Why not contract efficiency experts from Omania Terry

Giving business a good night’s sleep

An owner trembled with excitement over buying a new before and after-school care business. They were in the right place at the right time to buy. The business had been built over a long time and had a wonderful reputation for offering students a caring and nurturing learning environment. But the business was tired—not because

Ready for takeoff?

So you have an exciting new product and are ready to launch. Or are you? The key to pushing out a new product is strategic planning and detailed implementation. And it’s best to be real. If you don’t have the time or expertise in-house, source it in to maximise impact, but make sure your team