Monthly Archives: August 2010

Philanthropic Marketing with the Bobby Goldsmith Foundation.

The Bobby Goldsmith Foundation will shortly be sending an email to its supporters offering them a discount to buy a phonewallet, with a donation from every sale going to the Bobby Goldsmith Foundation. The Bobby Goldsmith Foundation is Australia’s┬álongest-running HIV … Continue reading

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Philanthropic marketing.

At present marketing of Phonewallet is being considered by means of networking with other foundations, charities and schools. This form of marketing can provide additional funds to foundations, charities and schools. Harrington Park School has previously done this via a … Continue reading

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McGrath Foundation Donations

So Far $15 has been donated, this is from word of mouth sales only. It appears that the Red phonewallets are more popular than the Pink phonewallets at this time. Once the search engine optimisation is completed for the website … Continue reading

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Future orders in a colour and leather of your choice.

Well the possibilities seem endless. Late this year I should be able to advise of the possible colour alternatives and a choice of skins. So far I have had requests for nude, green, Tiffany blue, white and dark blue colours. … Continue reading

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Too many store, loyalty and membership cards for your wallet?

Well another amazing application that not only works for the iPhone but it also works for Blackberry and Android smart phones. Read how the┬ácardstar application gives you a way to leave your cards at home but have their barcodes scannable … Continue reading

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Will coins be required in the future for developed countries?

Watching this video it appears we will not require any coins or cash in the future.

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