A day in the driver’s seat

Cass, a young woman is sitting on a Harley motorbike. She is smiling and it is a lovely sunny day. She is wearing a kick-ass biker jacket, jeans and black shiny helmet, and she looks cool as. Behind her is a parked car and lush greenery.

“A little left” said Tony in that same calm tone I had grown used to over the past twenty minutes. In that time, we had become a well-oiled machine. Tony carefully directing me around Sandown Park, and me following his every word intently. “A little right, a little more, more more more…” the car juddered […]

Vicinity Centres says BindiMaps highlights the importance of exploring inclusiveness

We’ve just received the following positive testimonial in a video interview with Nick Irvine, GM of Business Development, Energy and Media Partnerships for Australian retail property manager Vicinity Centres. Vicinity Centres is one of Australia’s leading retail property groups with a fully integrated asset management platform and $23 billion in retail assets under management across […]

“And she’s buying an accessible ramp to Heaven…”

Did that fall a little flat? I am not a natural musician, so I will stick to writing blogs and leave the song lyrics to Led Zeppelin and other sharp musical types. And on that note, welcome to another edition of Cass’s contemplations! This post is going to have a serious tone again, but I […]