A cheeky Aussie entrepreneur hopes his new venture will be flush with success after releasing a shockingly shaped soap that has more do with the loo than a good lather.
Dubbed Filthy Animal, Simon Morris’ novel business has released a turd-shaped soap just in time for Christmas - with the hygienic goal of prompting people to wash their hands after using the loo.
Simon said he’d received a lot of interest and a bit of ribbing about this defecatory delight. “My mates reckon this is the most crap present you could give someone for Christmas,” he said.
Impress Media Australia will close its doors for the year sometime this week - as soon as I finish my to-do list - and reopen for 2017 on Monday, January 16.
2016 has been a big year that let me work with a bunch of interesting people and projects. Highlights have included:
Thank you to everyone who has trusted me to delver your message during the past year, to every journalist who has answered my phone calls and emails and to anyone who has folowed our stories. 2016 has been a great year, but I'm looking forward to a break and an even better 2017.
However, if any emergencies come up duirng the holiday period, you can get hold of me by mobile or email. If we don't speak, I wish you all a merry Christmas and a happy and safe New Year.
Australian ecommerce specialist UltraServe has created the new role of Vice President Operations to support delivering services to meet rapidly growing local and international demand.
Concurrently with opening its first US office in Chicago, UltraServe has filled the newly created role with Vishnu Roy, an experienced service delivery and project manager who has previously worked for Dimension Data, ASIC and IBM Australia.
UtraServe’s new VP Operations role involves managing senior project engineers, the service desk and general operations across the business, both in Australia and internationally.
UltraServe CEO Matthew Hyland said Vishnu Roy had a strong background with large tech businesses such as IBM and DiData. “He is very professional, gets things done and has a lot of experience with managing and leading teams,” he said.