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We receive many letters and emails of gratitude from participants of our programs. Below is a small sample. We update our testimonials regularly to ensure they are current.

Wiggy Saunders
LunchBox Lunch List

"Being high on our list of favourites and one of the most frequently requested repeat presenters at Perth's number one and fastest growing business events program for women, doesn't happen without plenty of professionalism and chutzpah! ... "

Nataly Matthews
Emerging Marketers Committee Member
University of Western Australia

"I recently organized a Marketing event aimed at young students and aspiring professionals and asked Natalia Josephs to present for us after high recommendations from previous events."

Paul Adams
Public Relations Student Chapter
Curtin University

"Natalia’s discussion on manners in the corporate and inter-cultural worlds was an enlightening and informative experience."

Mounts Bay Waters Apartments/Hotel

"The impact your "power hour" had on the staff was amazing. A lot was achieved and the feedback from these individuals was encouraging and great. The service was improved instantly."

Linda Rowley
Deacons Lawyers Perth

"Natalia is the type of warm, friendly but oh so common sense type of consultant that every organisation could benefit from."

Shona Rowan
Curtin Business School

"Natalia's presentation was focused on providing students with useful information which would help them make the transition from university to the corporate world, as well as give them a brief over view of her career climb and successes.”

Helen Fung
University of Western Australia

"The presentation on business, social and cultural manners given to a recent graduate audience from the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IEEE) was enjoyed by the attendees so much!"

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