Fraser Coast Business Awards 2010

Fraser Coast Business Awards 2010

Design House is nominated for the Fraser Coast Business Awards 2010 by Emma from Spraytanz .
Thanks heaps Emma, professional clients like yourself make my work enjoyable, exciting and a pleasure!

Jeanette Maynes from Design House in Hervey Bay was nominated for the Fraser Coast Chronicle’s Business Awards by Emma Forster.

IT WAS Jeanette Maynes’ professionalism and helpfulness that inspired client Emma Forster to nominate her in the Fraser Coast Business Awards.

Emma was getting her spray tanning business, Spray Tanz, off the ground in December when she sought help from Jeanette, a graphic and website designer, with her own business Design House.

“I found Jeanette really professional and helpful and she got the website up and running and she did a fantastic design and helped me with the name and everything from the colours to how to market and promote the business within my budget and she’s always there if I need her to help me with the website.

“She had a very professional image and she’s really approachable.

“I’ve had heaps of comments on my design and logo.”

Jeanette is no stranger to being nomin ated for awards and made the finals of a national businesswomen’s award in 2008.

She set up her business more than five years ago because she wanted to “take the next step” and she came up with a catchy slogan for her business: weapons of mass communication.

Jeanette does artwork for three of the biggest billboard companies in Australia and often she doesn’t even meet her many out-of-town clients.

“I don’t even talk to them on the phone,” she said.

“I just do it off an email for the billboard creative, telling them what I need, whip it up, shoot a proof through and then make changes.

“I email it off to print, it’s couriered to where it needs to go and then installed.”

Jeanette now runs a paperless office for both financial and environmental benefits.

“I can operate from anywhere in the world really, I just need my laptop and I’m all hooked up, ready to go,” she said.

Jeanette said anyone could set up a paperless office with minimal cost by making a few changes.

To nominate a business, complete an entry form from the Chronicle and post it or deliver it to our offices in Hervey Bay or Maryborough.

Full story here: Fraser Coast Chronicle

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