Today is an exciting day for us at Gingenious, as a new temporary member of staff joins us for a few months until the end of September.
Meet Luke Prosser - our new Client Relationship Manager!
Luke graduated from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama with a First Class Honours Degree in Creative Technologies in 2010, and since that time has been running the music studio at Acapella.
For some time now we’ve realised as a business that we were in need of additional support. With an ever-increasing demand for our style of work, John and I are finding ourselves increasingly to be out of the office and even abroad for a number of days, and so we came to the decision that the best use of our resources was to employ a full time Client Relationship Manager to be on hand to deal with any queries or questions, manage shoot dates and locations, reply quickly to new quotes and to keep all our clients up to speed with where we are, what we’re doing, and what new services we have available. We feel strongly that our product is the very best you can buy, but this is our commitment to providing an even better service.
We’ll be contacting everyone shortly about how this new role will work, what it will mean for our clients and how we will be producing work going forward. John and myself will still be very much available, but this new role should allow us to concentrate alot more on delivering the very best product we can to you.
Many thanks for your continued business and support, and we hope you think this is as good a decision as we do!
Say hi to Luke! Drop him an email at email@example.com
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Aside from the message, the design is beautiful too. Click on the picture to check it out.
Look at this, click images, and learn about the majesty of the universe.
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Keep Calm...urrrgh -
This post is so cool! This collection of business cards made me rifle through mine to see if I knew anyone who might be blogged about in 30 years, I think there’s a couple. It also highlights the point that these cards don’t become important for at least 10 if not 30 years, so whatever you’re doing, dish out those business cards and just keep going.
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Kelly Slater (or perhaps Kelly Slater’s money) has teamed up with some clever Aussie Scientists to make a wave pool. There’s already one in Al Wadi - somewhere in the UAE, but it looks nowhere near as good as this!
I’m looking for somewhere to go on my stag do at the moment, and this would be top of the list, but alas, I don’t think we’ll see these resorts for a couple of years yet.