Where art meets wine

Where art meets wine

Social events Melbourne is an Australia-based sip and paint studio that incorporates wine tasting and art jamming into social events held around Melbourne. The event consists of a guided acrylic painting session where wine is an optional addition to the experience.

Participants are encouraged to be creative and add their personal touch to their paintings while meetup sydney singles, interacting, and exploring what could potentially be a new hobby. Through interaction with the participants, he regards art, especially painting, as an activity that allows people to project their thoughts, feelings and inner personality.

At the same time, they can …

Meat Packaging Trends in 2021

Meat Packaging Trends in 2021

Consumers are demanding better quality, convenience, and sustainability in meat packaging. In their meal preparation, they want healthy options that are easy and convenient to prepare, which includes more sustainable packaging for meats. For producers of meat and poultry, this offers them a chance to come up with innovative meat packaging solutions that are convenient and attractive, which will also protect the food’s flavour and reduce food waste. In response to the demand, here are a few innovative meat packaging solutions to watch out for. If you are looking for the best of the best sustainable coffee packaging then you’ve …

The Latest Uber Hacker Was Reportedly a Teenager

Uber fell victim to an internal hack last week and now the rideshare company is releasing information on who was behind it.



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Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images

In surprise news, the culprit was allegedly an 18-year-old hacker who was able to get into Uber’s internal systems (including G-suite and Slack) thus putting the company through a data breach.

The anonymous hacker came forward to the New York Times and told the outlet that he pretended to be an IT worker for Uber and sent an Uber employee a text message asking for his password which gave him access to

5 Call To Action Copywriting Tips to Increase Conversions

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Call to actions (CTAs) are critical statements that prompt users to sign up, purchase, or engage with you. Whether you’re writing emails, headlines, social media posts or SEO-driven content, writing effective CTAs is a critical marketing skill.

CTAs can make or break your campaigns. Using the wrong phrases at the wrong time can halt conversion momentum and tank your conversion rates. Here are five call to action copywriting tips you can use right now to increase conversions and sales.

1. Minimize their risk with social proof

One of the main reasons people

Want to Be a Better Business Leader? Here’s What You Need

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There’s no right or wrong way to be an entrepreneur, but generally, people succeed by leaning into their strengths. But you can’t reach the top of the mountain without also honing your weaknesses. Some entrepreneurs are great salespeople and are able to network and charm their way into new business. Others are technical or data whizzes, and armed with a shrewd sense

‘Labor Hoarding’ Might Save You From Layoffs

With the economy slowing down, you would think that layoffs would be ratcheting up. But that’s not the case. Despite high-profile layoffs at companies such as Netflix, Snap, and Better.com, the national average of layoffs hasn’t changed much in many months, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Economists are citing a phenomenon called “labor hoarding” as the reason.

Labor what? Most of us have heard of house hoarders, but how does one hoard labor, and why do it in the first place?

Labor hoarding describes companies hanging on to employees rather than letting them go during an economic downturn.

Broadway’s Longest-Running Show Is Closing

After nearly 35 years of delighting audiences on Broadway, The Phantom of the Opera is closing. The final performance will take place on February 18, when the masked Phantom and the famed falling chandelier will make their last appearance—at least in New York.

The show opened in New York in 1988 and has had the longest run in Broadway history. It was also the most profitable for decades until The Lion King roared into town and took that crown.

The Phantom of the Opera has earned $1.30 billion during its impressive Broadway run, according to the Broadway League, and has