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Whether youâ€™re desperate for a bikini wax or have an eyebrow emergency, ONDI.com has your back. ONDI (short for on-demand) will hook you up with premium beauty, health and fitness providers in Brissy, enabling you to book and pay for same-day appointments on the run! ONDI.com is revolutionising the booking process with the click of a button.Â
We all know the debacles that our industry is currently facing with a shortage of jobs. NowÂ maintaining creative integrity and originality presents itself as a regular obstacle that many graduates and industry professionals face.
Creative Drinks were lucky enough to attend the launch of a pair of experienced and opportunistic creative minds who begun Emperor,Â a film, media, design and photography company which focuses on creating marketing solutions through design.
For those who havenâ€™t seen overnight benefits of brew-gone-beauty products (yes you!), teatoxâ€™s and coffee body scrubs to achieve a Gisele Bundchen body, Harlow Hot Yoga offers a more holistic and healthful approach. A workout for the body and mind to truly nurture and nourish on every visit.
Jock Fairweather, the founder and big papa of Little Tokyo Two has a big dream to turn what was once a revered Japanese restaurant into a shared co-working space with a difference. Creative Drinks sat down with Jock to talk about the project that we think will revolutionise the way co-working spaces are thought of in Brisbane.
TRYP Hotel in Fortitude Valley is a boutique building established by the Wyndham Hotel Group and is the first art hotel to open in Brisbane. Sitting atop of one of the city’s most interesting historical sites TRYP has state of the art rooms heavily featuring the work of Australian street artists Fintan Magee, Beastman, Rone and Numskull.
Ever thought about how you could lead a design project into fruition and wondered how others do it?Â Then maybe you need some extra inspiration and tips to make those creative ideas flourish.
Brisbane will be holding another installment of the Sex, Drugs and HelveticaÂ conference, and much to its names dismay, the conference is serious about tackling all those queries that tickle us and begs to ask the big question- how do we make it in the creative business?
Welcome to the world of outsourcing. Not just any type of outsourcing but creative outsourcing. Need a logo design in 24 hours? Need a catchy tune for your advertisement? Have to write 500 words for an article within a deadline?
The Oxford dictionary defines a creative person as being in the production of artistic work. If you are the artist, architect, designer, philosopher, magician,Â sleuth, or adventurer, then you are the new creative.
The deadline for the Queensland University of Technologyâ€™s annual Creative3 PitchÂ is this August and it could be your chance to propose an innovative creative business idea to invited investors including Australiaâ€™s only dedicated Creative Enterprise Fund.
‘Hot desking’ has become somewhat of a popular trend that the creative industries seem to have warmed up to. It’s the concept of sharing office space with other creative industry professionals and businesses, not only can it improve creativity and production it can also put you ahead of your competitors.