It was a Thursday morning; it was like any other morning. As a mum of two primary school aged children, I am normally found rushing around making packed lunches; putting waffles in the toaster and spreading lashings of peanut butter on burnt toast.
This week is Mental Health Awareness Week, and given the current circumstances, it’s more important than ever to look after our mental health.
The world around us is ever changing, technology advances at a pace everyday so much so that what was once science fiction (remember Knight Rider talking to a watch) is now science fact.
MGA was once again a guest at the Kruger Cowne Breakfast Series this morning to hear two high-profile businesswomen, Farrah Storr and Lynne Franks, speak.
At the beginning of this year I received a client brief miles away from the norm.
We have really enjoyed working with Hope for Children so far and are excited to be continuing our partnership with them in 2016!
We are excited to see updates from SGA and it looks like all is go in 2016 – new clients, projects and they have further updates to come in their…