Food Comm Assignment – Marketing Intelligence: Food Stuff South Africa

15 Aug

As discussed in class and as presented on the notes, here is the Individual Marketing Intelligence Assignment.

You will see in the right hand side column of the blog under the heading titled “Important Links” is a Food Stuff SA logo for your convenience. Clicking on it will take you directly to their website where you can subscribe to the newsletter.

(You will also note a Food24 logo. You are welcome to check it out as well. It is good for you to have an informed view of your industry – take every opportunity to gain knowledge and insight. It will set you a part from the rest…)


6 Responses to “Food Comm Assignment – Marketing Intelligence: Food Stuff South Africa”

  1. Simthembile August 17, 2011 at 6:34 pm #

    1. Use Multiple To-Do Lists
    you might maintain separate lists for each area of your life, such as home (for grocery lists, bills, and household tasks), social (for lists of friends and family to call, email, or contact on Facebook), and school (obviously, for maintaining lists of school-related tasks, like assignments and meetings with professors).

    2. Break Each Large Task into Actionable Easy Tasks
    The trick to making consistent progress on your tasks, especially academic tasks, is to separate each task into all of the smaller component tasks.

    3. Prioritize Your Tasks
    Once you prepare your lists you may find that you have much more to do than you ever realized – and feel pressured for time. Breathe. Relax. You don’t have to do it all now. Some of it can wait a little while, more of it can wait even longer, and some of it may never get done. That’s ok — if you prioritize your tasks.

    4. Seat deadlines for Yourself
    you must draft down the time to finish ur work

    5. Be Flexible
    While to-do lists are wonderful for helping you to organize and prioritize your life, remember that there will always be interruptions and distractions. Try to allow time for them

    6. Go with Your Flow
    Consider your own biological peaks and lows. Are you a morning person? Or are you at your best at night? Plan your day accordingly. Save your most difficult work for the times when you’re at your best.

    7. Say “No.”
    Sometimes we take on too much. Whether it’s extra courses, job responsibilities, or extracurricular activities, consider how important each is to you before agreeing

    8. Make Use of Wasted Time
    time you spend commuting, standing in lines, and waiting (for doctors, advisors, etc.)? Carry pocket work to make use of that time that would otherwise be wasted. Carry a short reading assignment or flash cards for studying. Or use the time to write in your planner and organize yourself. Ten minutes here, fifteen minutes there, it all adds up and you’ll find that you can get more done.

    9. Stop procrastinating
    It’s human nature to postpone unpleasant tasks. Schedule some of the more fun aspects of the project to follow the negative ones.

    10. Keep busy
    make sure you dont spend yourtime playing around or doing jokes while there is work to be done, rather finish work then play

    • Simthembile August 17, 2011 at 6:39 pm #

      sorry this was nt for this

  2. lwando August 19, 2011 at 2:15 pm #

    Mr.Dylan i send my confirmation subscribe email so wish you can recieve it thanks.

  3. lwando August 19, 2011 at 2:23 pm #

    Marketing intelligence food blog i like it and i’m interested on it so since now i will always visit a blog because is equip as a consumer science food and nutrition student. The page layout or front page is attractfull and creative with some dishes.

  4. macceline October 25, 2011 at 2:25 pm #


    Mr.Dylan i do send my subcribe mail to you on the south Africa food stuff and i hope you do received it. this was done by late AUgust. thanks.

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