Lucsh Media

Lucsh Media



Lucsh Media is a company which Specializes in: Graphic Designing, Corporate Branding ,Advertising & Marketing

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[09/25/13]   Why do you need branded Corporate Wear??? The answers: MARKETING BENEFITS: - There are several advertising and branding positives to your
employees wearing company uniforms. While your employee is on their way to work, out
for lunch and on their way back home, your company logo and colours are exposed to
potentially hundreds of people. This is a local marketing technique in itself, increasing brand
retention in people’s minds. IDENTITY: - There are many industries where staff interact with customers in public as part
of the job – retail being an obvious example. In these situations it would be difficult for
customers to find staff members if they weren’t in company-branded clothing. Uniforms
therefore establish a certain identity. Also, employees wearing the same company outfits
brings a degree of professionalism to the business. Imagine taking your beloved car to an
auto repair garage and the engineers looked like average joes in their own clothes instead of company overalls – it wouldn’t necessarily fill you with confidence. TEAM SPIRIT: - One of the biggest reasons businesses decide to implement uniforms is to
create a team spirit. After all, why do sports teams wear the same kits? The theory is that
those wearing the same clothing can identify with each other and work collectively for the
benefit of the company. The end result? A focused and cohesive workforce, leading to
higher productivity and better company performance. PROFESSIONAL IMAGE: - Corporate wear can give your employees a very professional image
that can enhance your company image in the eyes of customers. This can help develop a
sense of trust and recognition for your brand. This is even more important where
employees visit customers.

[09/05/13]   The trees that are slow to grow bear the best fruit - Good day

[07/30/13]   ”The future belongs to those
who believe in the beauty of their dreams.”

- Eleanor Roosevelt-American First Lady

[07/30/13]   "Having the energy to pursue our passions will always come if that's our wish. Most of who we are, what we do, and where we are going relates to our attitude. Being tired, bored, scared, or unhappy are decisions, nothing more. Coming to grips with this reality has the potential for changing every aspect of our lives."

[07/28/13]   All things are possible, - get involved and stay
involved, make honesty and Integrity your
watchwords , protect the environment and never
stop learning 23/07/2013


Ways to improve your networking skills

“The richest people in the world look for and build networks, everyone else looks for work.” — Robert KiyosakiReport by Phillip Chichoni

I attended a networking cocktail event recently, where people from different organisations had been invited.

While having drinks, I overhead two gentlemen talking; they were complaining that such events were useless and a waste of time as you never got business there. To them, it was better to sit in the office and get some work done.

For serious entrepreneurs, networking is a must-do, as that is the only way you can meet other entrepreneurs and business executives. If you have tried booking appointments with top executives or business owners, you will understand what I mean.

Most of these busy people have no time for you. But at social events, you can get to know them and if you do well, you can get a mobile number or email address. that is not easy and needs tact and preparation.

Here are five ways to improve networking skills and get the desired results.

Have clear objectives
The gentlemen I mentioned above were likely employees and not entrepreneurs. they had no powerful motive to network. To enjoy and benefit from networking, you need a clear objective; the why that drives every action.

For most entrepreneurs, the goal of networking is to connect with people who can help you make a sale, get a referral, establish a contact and so on. When we network, we want to achieve something. keep that goal clear in your mind.

Don’t arrive late
Some people don’t really enjoy talking to strangers, so they will try to arrive at a networking event just at the starting time or after. This way they can just find a chair and sit as the event gets underway.

This is really a waste. If you want to meet new people, you need to arrive well before the event starts. You will then be able to see people as they arrive, before they settle into groups or start conversations with others. Once the event starts, you may not get a chance to meet the people you need to see.

Avoid trying to sell
Although you will want to sell something eventually, do not make the mistake of trying to sell from the start. People hate being sold to; they like to buy when they feel like.

Instead of pushing to get what you want, start by giving first. Giving is the only way to establish a real connection and relationship. If you focus solely on what you can get out of the connection, you will never make meaningful, mutually beneficial connections. Make networking all about the other people and not about you.

The other people don’t really care that you desperately need to make a sell or partner with a major player in the industry in order to survive or grow. Those are your problems and your needs. Never expect others to respond to your needs.

People may sympathise, but helping you is not their responsibility. The only way to make connections is to care about the needs of others first. Ask how they’re doing. Ask what could help them.

Prepare to and do follow up
Networking is the start, not the end, of conversation. Ask the other person how best you can keep in touch, whether by email, phone or on LinkedIn.

Get in touch in the next day or two to show that you are interested in building a relationship. You may need to remind the other person of the event where you met and something you discussed, in case they would have forgotten about you.

If you managed to collect a number of business cards, send an email to each of the contacts just thanking them for their time and opportunity you had of meeting them.

With regular practice, you will soon become a professional at networking. As you build up your contacts in your industry and market, you will have more prospects of growing your business.

Don’t rush to meet people at high levels before you can offer them something. You may desperately need a loan and meeting the managing director of a bank will be awesome. But it could be impossible or futile unless you have something that he wants or needs.

Phillip Chichoni is a business planning and financial management consultant who works with entrepreneurs and growing businesses. You may contact him by email on [email protected] or visit Insights, resources and opportunities for entrepreneurs

[07/23/13]   "Business players must be possibility thinkers who solve human needs and challenges by viewing them as business opportunities. Every challenge presents an opportunity. We just need to be innovative and creative enough to convert adversity into a business value proposition. Risk aversion underpinned and driven by incompetent risk modeling and over-pricing of risk factors must be discouraged." - Prof A Mutambara

[07/23/13]   You probably wouldn’t get in your car on a journey to nowhere, and you would most likely not leave your house without a map or GPS when driving to an unfamiliar destination. So why navigate this rather unfamiliar life without a good map? Every day you set out with no clear goals to work toward is a day you are getting in your car or a plane for a ride to nowhere. The most successful people establish simple, clear and measurable goals, and hold themselves accountable to those goals.


The concept of the brand started with American cowboys, who used a "branding iron", a hot piece of metal, to mark their cattle so that they did not get stolen or lost.

Pretty soon, the marks they put on their cattle took a new meaning. People were now able to reliably to say that cattle branded with a specific sign belonged to a specific cowboy or farmer. This led to people being able to judge the quality of the cattle just by seeing the branding iron.

So, if Farmer Jones was known for feeding his cattle well, looking after them properly, slaughtering them in hygienic conditions etc, his branding iron "mark" became a signal to the market to trust meat from his cattle.

It also meant that the sign became more than just a mark, it communicated all the attributes that the farmer or cowboy was known for.

This is where the concept of the brand comes from.

So, like we said, a logo is not a brand, a name is not a brand. A brand is what your product is known for.

There is misconception that once you call something a brand, it means it is good.

It does not.

A brand is more than just a sign, although it starts with a sign or name. That sign or name can communicate good or bad attributes.

If you are known for shoddy workmanship, shoddy quality and all the rest of it, the moment people see your logo or your name or your sign, they will immediately say: "oh, that's the shoddy workmanship people".

So a brand can be good and it can be bad. Either way, it is still a brand.

Simply being a brand does not make you good. Because the essence of a brand is what you are known for: is it good quality, or is it bad quality: That becomes the sum of your brand. So next time somebody talks about a brand, remind them that simply being a brand does not make them good, it is the meaning and reputation that people attach to your logo or sign or name that defines what your brand is, not just the logo or name itself!

[07/10/13]   Being humble is very important. God loves a kind
heart that listens. We should never boast, because
that doesn't impress God.
Pray against the spirit of pride.

Good morning

[07/09/13]   Good morning!

May your joys be as bright as the morning, and your sorrows merely be shadows that fade in the sunlight of love. May you have enough happiness to keep you sweet, enough trials to keep you strong, enough sorrow to keep you human, enough hope to keep you



[07/08/13]   "Part of putting yourself in a position to find love is
about checking the baggage from previous
relationships." Night guys remember to pray before you sleep

[07/08/13]   Without the laborer there is no boss, without a boss
there is no laborer.. Every1 has a purpose and is
equally important... Mind the way you treat those
beneath you and those you don't know...

[07/08/13]   Morning guys, how are you this morning? wish you a blessed week.

#Team Lucsh

[07/07/13]   Be blessed.

#Lucsh Media

[02/10/13]   Valentine around the corner, come place your order ... Personalized cards, mugs,towels,plates, calendars and anything which can be branded. We add value to you valentine gift... Love is in the air contact us on 0772 816 541 then we can make it happen for you

[01/17/13]   Hi guys, compliments of the year, hope you had brilliant festive season. Just a reminder that Lucsh Media is back in action at 2013. For all your corporate wear, branding and printing we are just a phone call away. Looking forward to a successful 2013 with you. Have a good day, Lucsh Media sales and marketing team 0772816541

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