Just about enough Woodford

Tue 03 Jan 2012
With all the punters cleared out of the fest, the breakdown was smartly underway. Wandering into the green room I found a couple of groups of Canadian musicians that wanted to go to the swimming hole.

So I loaded them up and took them out to Stoney Creek. They were from the outer territory of Newfoundland and were loads of fun and very down-to-earth.

Naturally there were a few beers to be drunk… and that flowed into the evening.

Next thing you know we were at the volunteers party with the Devhambo playing some really funky tunes. It was over too early but some sleep was welcome.

So today it was time to decamp and return to Brisbane. And I took the couch Surfers to mount cootha.

John Nayler

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John Nayler

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John Nayler

In a world where it is critical to cut through the noise and stand out, John Nayler quietly delivers significant competitive advantage through an in-depth knowledge and intense fascination with content, information and the digital world. Describing his first contact with the internet in 1998 as ‘Love At First Sight’, John successfully created the laptop lifestyle before it was a buzzword, growing a highly regarded digital and media agency, inventing and commercialising products, and launching niche magazines, from aboard his boat in the Whitsunday Islands – one of the most sought after island locations in the world. Competitive advantage is a hard-contact, tactical game which can be won or lost in the digital space. John’s education and commitment to his field, and experience at the forefront of marketing and management in the IT space, delivers an innate understanding of how to position, communicate and leverage to deliver improved visibility, lead flow, and ultimately drive sales and profitability.