Gifts, glorious gifts!

Everybody loves gifts. Birthdays; Christmas; Anniversaries; we receive and give hundreds if not thousands of gifts over our lifetime. Some standout - like the flying lesson I once received where I got to actually take off, take a flight path directly over my house and then land a light plane. A day that still brings […]

Legacies

So Anzac Day has come and gone for another year and the respect shown for our fallen diggers by subsequent generations of Australians who, by and large, have never known the horrors of warfare once again was incredible. 35,000 people showed up at the War Memorial in Canberra and countless thousands more turned up at […]

Back to the future

Well the future of my back anyway! I spend upwards of 7 hours every day with my backside parked on a chair, looking at a computer screen and am slowly realising that things in my little home office need to change. The concept of Ergonomics isn't new. It was first discussed by Polish professor Wojciech […]

Alexis's New Ride

Tasmanians are a generous lot. We punch above our weight when it comes to helping those who are temporarily, or in Alexis Downie's case, permanently disadvantaged. Alexis has Muscular Dystrophy, a group of muscle wasting diseases caused by inheriting some dodgy genes which cause the body to either inhibit proteins needed for normal muscle development […]

Oops

Resilience know the value of good employees. We've had a lot of them over the journey and the contribution they've made to our business has helped turn us into one of the most recognised brands in Tasmania. We also know that like the poor bloke on the forklift, the actions of a not so good […]

Merde

Pardon my French but this is a post about crap so it's entirely appropriate! Now I'm no Kenny but I've seen a fair bit of excrement over the journey, in my first job as a young man I slipped over while running sales sheets at Bridgewater Saleyards and was covered in it from head to […]

It is what it is!

Resilience Marketing have always had a strong connection to live and local music. In addition to many individual projects for local musicians we have been instrumental in the creation, promotion and event management of the For the Fallen - Standing Room Only annual events that reunited Hobary's best bands of the 80s and packed out […]

Design on Track

We're lucky here at Resilience to have many long term clients who have trusted us over the years to make a real difference to their business by getting their message out over a variety of mediums - traditional and web based. Our awesome clients, Tasmanian Sliding Door Repairs,  are one such business who have utilised […]

Welcome to a winter wonderland

I used to dread travelling to the mainland and telling people I was from Tasmania. Whilst I loved the place, I was immediately made to feel inferior through the "good natured" jokes and jibes directed at me by seemingly everyone I encountered. You know the ones - How do you spot a Tasmanian? He farts […]

Join the club!

The Sports Riders Club of Tasmania have been great clients for Resilience Marketing - We developed their web presence a couple of years ago, which included online membership signups and Race and Ride day entries as well as general information about the club and Sports Bike racing in general. We've also developed television advertisements for […]

Mags and things

I had to visit my doctor this week. The dreaded dog's disease was getting the better of me, threatening to turn into a full blown case of the man flu, which we all know is a fate undeserved for any man and much worse than the female equivalent. Settling in for what turned out to […]

The Malachi Crunch

Ok, so I admit it - I was a massive fan of the Brady Bunch when I was a kid. So what if they talked funny, Greg threw a football instead of kicking it and the house was adorned with wall to wall orange shag pile carpet with olive green fixtures. (So was ours btw!) […]

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