As much as men deny it, all women make the world go round...

As much as men deny it, all women make the world go round...

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Dr. Dutt Dutt Dutton

So I was looking through some crap on the net today and actually found something quite interesting for Australian Luxury Goods,

DUTTON DIRECT!! http://www.duttondirect.com/


If you someone have the money to afford anything on this website, you can indulge in travel, aviation, fine wine, nice cars.

All the things I adore, particularly travel.

Yet if you're just a regular Melburnian muppet like me, its nice to just have a "skwizz" as my rather classy mother would put it and just keep on dreaming.

Work more, play more....as some douchebag said.

Seek & You Shall Find

So I've been rather busy lately with work which has given me more than enough time to be thinking laterally when it come's to business ideas.

I'm still unsure of what to do, yet I know one day I want to own my own business. The prospect of being involved with wine and luxury goods is exciting, yet living in Australia there is no real mass market to work from.

Which made me think about Hong Kong, most of everyone's wealth seems to be about power and status, which is absolutely fine. It's how Europe Monarch's (particularly Englands) have distributed their power and wealth over all these centuries.

However I'm still unsure of what to call the business or what to do exactly. Certain things spring to mind such as "Trading Company" with some sort of cool name attached. Like the East India Trading Company, just one of the many English private enterprise's of the 18th/19th century. These have always fascinated me.

It excites me with the idea of being able to do an auction site like Sotheby's, yet more personal and for bigger clients. As one day I'd love to land a job with Louis Vuitton Group as a Communications/VIP person who deals with brand management of the big champagne houses.

I had an idea of being a businessman who offer's to find rare australian and international wines that are hard to come by and do the work for them by searching out for this wine. This would be perfect for wealthy Hong Kong and European business as of course, they would rather be spending their time minding their business'.

If the opportunity ever came one day, I'd surely grab with both hands, I'm quite sick of doing shift work as a Sommelier, the wine's great but the hours our lazy, yet the rewards so far could never have been greater.

Hopefully something comes up soon, wish me luck and pass on my number next time you speak to your multi-millionaire Hong Kong cousin who loves his Grange.

Salute!

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Summery Daysss