Every year, Robertson Lodges in New Zealand provide their guests with an opportunity to attend events that showcase the best of what the country has to offer. Whether it be a nine-night tour of the Kauri Cliffs or a weekend of indulgent cuisine and fine wine in the country, there are a variety of events and offers that cannot be missed!
This year, Robertson Lodges will host their annual Celebrate Art event which will run from the 26th to the 29th of April. Celebrate Art will give guests an exclusive tour of the privately-owned and rarely accessible Gibbs Farm sculpture park and the opportunity to listen and learn from two renowned art scholars, Sue Gardiner and Rhana Devenport. These two artists will give their take on what’s important, what’s happening now and what you need to know in today’s fast moving art world.
We would like to share our summer reading list with you and are inviting you to share your favorite reads in 2017. I am planning to read five books over summer months. Maybe too ambitious but Australian summer is a long one so let’s see how I go.
Number one on the list is The Mess We're in: Managing the Refugee Crisis by Andrew Bennetts - I've started reading this book in June.
Earlier this year Business Retreats Australia employed a Melbourne based graphic design business, Sun Shiny Design, to create a new Corporate Identity. This is an outline of the process that they worked through to come up with a new logo and brand image.
Corporate identity is the visual face of your business or brand. It should reinforce your company values and what you stand for. The challenge for Business Retreats was to create a fresh image that is relevant and contemporary. Business Retreats is an established business which has had a logo that has served them well for many years. The new direction aims to build on their existing heritage and create a new, fresh and exciting strategy that reflects where Business Retreats sits in a marketplace that is ever more sophisticated and discerning.
Every year it seems like Christmas comes quicker and quicker, and before you know it, there’s barely any time left to plan your annual Christmas party. This can leave people feeling stressed, unorganised and worst of all – no longer in the festive spirit.
Now is the ideal time to book your Christmas party for 2018, so you can stay ahead of the game and avoid all the fuss that comes with last minute rush. Putting it off for too long will not only put a damper on your holiday grind, but it might even make planning your party impossible as venues and caterers get booked up fast.