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Hughes News October 2016

Hughes launches training packages

Hughes has launched a range of new training programs for clients covering traditional media training, social media management, issues and crisis media management, and presentation training.

The “Hughes Training” packages formalise a host of training programs delivered by our team over many years, and draw on the extensive knowledge and experience of our senior staff to enhance participants’ corporate performance. 

Hughes Training programs can be tailored to individual and organisational needs. For more information click here. 

Land Forces convention sets records

The Adelaide Convention Centre attracted a record number of delegates for Land Forces 2016 last month, with 13,451 global delegates passing through the doors of the Centre over three days. Twenty-two of the world’s armies were also represented through attendance at the Chiefs of Armies Exercise, with 16 countries sending their Chiefs of Army or Senior Army Commander.

The biennial event took over the entire Centre, with the bump-in of the largest exhibition ever held at the venue requiring 155 semi-trailers and trucks to deliver the state-of-the-art land warfare exhibits and technologies. Exhibits included 30-tonne tanks, Bushmaster Protected Mobility Vehicles, weapons systems and ordnance, surveillance systems, and training and simulation technologies. For more information view this article that appeared in Business Events publication CIM. 

Not another Christmas card

If you thought it would be a good idea to send out Christmas cards this year to clients, prospects and suppliers, it may be time to re-evaluate.

In the video above, Hughes Video Production Manager Serena Findlay discusses the power and emotional connection that video can provide in the digital age. To develop your next video (maybe a Christmas video!), contact us

Women generate better returns

Credit Suisse’s Gender 3000: The Reward for Change report, shows more women in management positions brings greater benefits for businesses. The report showed that between the end of 2013 and mid-2016 companies with 25 per cent of management roles filled by women recorded 2.8 per cent  share price growth, those with 33 per cent female management saw 4.8 per cent growth and those with more than 50 per cent achieved 10.3 per cent growth.

BankSA has acknowledged the rise in female business owners nationally, and the importance of female leaders, with the addition of more women to its business banking team.

The Advertiser featured the growth of BankSA’s business banking presence in this article.

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