Jo Phan wants to work in Marketing.
Jo Phan was born into the print and marketing industry, due to her father starting the first Chinese newspaper (South Australian Chinese Weekly) in Adelaide 15 years ago. She is also going against the natural instincts of Generation Y and is defying the digital trend, by creating her own printed magazine called ‘Relasianship’. The purpose of this quarterly bilingual magazine is to try and ingrate the eastern and western culture of Adelaide to have a better understanding of one another. After completing her Bachelor of Marketing and Communications at UniSA, she has kept herself very busy with the continuous production and development of Relasianship magazine.When Jo isn’t working on the magazine she is trying to break into the marketing industry.
So if you see her flicking through magazines, don’t make the assumption that she is catching up on all the goss. She is more likely than not, working really hard researching, editing, writing proposals and tracking down businesses and people to fill the advertising spaces.
Find Relasianship Magazine at:
– Cibo’s throughout Adelaide’s CBD.
– The Book Store, Hindle St.
– Chinatown Expresso, Moonta St
– Kim Wang’s Grocery Store, Chinatown.
(Next issue released in September 2012).
A quick scroll through Relasianship magazine:
Jo Phan, Marketing, Trying to Make It
- Categories →
- Trying To Make It