Tuesday, 16 July 2019 07:55

Showing the way

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A mate of the Hound reckons some major agricultural companies wanting to promote their ideas and services could learn from the young ladies from St Pauls Collegiate.

The team of these inventive young women won the top prize at the recent National Fieldays Innovations Awards for a device they developed for cleaning troughs – the Bobbletrough.

Your canine crusader’s intrepid reporter mate was weighed down and could not carry any more Fieldays brochures, so at 4pm he asked the St Pauls team to email him data and information.

By 7.20pm that evening the requested information arrived. He tells the Hound he’s still waiting – nearly a month after the event – for some very big companies to send him info. He says these companies need to emulate the St Pauls girls and get back to marketing basics.

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