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Friday

News, views and a breath-taking video

The summer vacation is almost at an end and it's been a busy period for us, preparing for the months ahead.

There's much happening that I want to share with you in the coming weeks, not least of all our upcoming talk "Why women own 19 pairs of shoes (and other secrets revealed)" at the Brussels Geek Girl Dinner on August 20th.

I would also like to take this opportunity to introduce you to Courtney Davis, one of the newest members of Muse Communication, who'll be blogging here with me from now on.

I met Courtney in March this year, in my search for a person to strengthen our management team. I knew Courtney was the person I was looking for when I arranged to meet her in Ghent, and we both arrived wearing all black with red accessories and both ordered a glass dry white wine, which we finished while talking non-stop about life, universe and everything else over the next two hours. It's difficult for me to describe Courtney in a few words, suffice it to say that she is a very competent, switched-on woman and marketeer who brings invaluable knowledge and insight to the company. I leave it up to Courtney to explain the garlic, the barefoot hippy and the other parts here.

To wrap up for today there is this video, which won the short film award at Cannes and shows the power of getting the message just right. It will take your breath away...

3 comments:

Tim De Coninck said...

It was a fine presentation !

Sabine said...

Hey Tim!

Thanks for attending and for the compliment!

Glad you liked it!

Sabine

localhost said...

Yesterday, a cow-orker sent me a link to a Youtube video of two laughing women. I heard the typical "Flemish" accent in the English of one of them and saw the name of the youtube-user, MuseCommunication. My first guess: they work at a small Belgian company in marketing, advertising, graphic design, or something like that.
I visited the website: cool, I guessed correct.
Then I read, "smart marketing to women". My next thought was: "hmmm, could be interesting for the GirlGeeks". Clicked on the blog, saw the label "women's networks in belgium" and wtf: 6 degrees of separation? Forget it. It's more like 2 degrees.
I can only say, I wish I was a "sacoche", because I read some very good comments on you talk from some of the GuyGeeks. :)