Recommandez "Very Small Business"
à un autre utilisateur
Recommandez ce contenu à un autre utilisateur, il verra votre message lors de sa prochain connexion.
Désolé vous devez être connecté pour recommander ce contenu à un utilisateur.
Don Angel is a small businessman - the backbone of this great country's great economy. But if that's true, it's no thanks to him. After numerous unsuccessful business ventures, now Don's one man publishing empire is hurtling towards liquidation. His debts are mounting, his stomach's killing him, his wife has left him and he's just hired Ray Leonard as his journalist. Taking his first tentative steps back into the workplace after a six-year battle with depression, Ray enters a world totally alien to him. He's come from being a noted social commentator for 'The Australian' to writing advertorial for "Wilson's Woodwind and Brass" Autumn Sale - which might just be his cure. It's a marriage made in heaven - at least until the Tax Office gets there.
|S01E01||Basics of Team Building||03/09/2008||Don needs a senior journalist for the World Wide Group, and finds Ray, a former journalist with The Australian.|
|S01E02||Human Resources||10/09/2008||Don's plans to start up a dog wash franchise are interrupted when his kids turn up at the office.|
|S01E03||Export Fluctuations||17/09/2008||After he asks his estranged daughter to do the graphic design for the Dog Wash, Ray tells Don why they stopped speaking six years ago.|
|S01E04||Diversification of Capital||24/09/2008||Don escapes his creditors when he and Ray film a late night TV ad for the Don's Dirty Dog Wash franchise.|
|S01E05||Systems Analysis||01/10/2008||While Don's stomach problems force him to see a psychologist, Ray tries to sell the Dog Wash franchise.|
|S01E06||Obligations Under The Taxation Act||08/10/2008||As the Australian Tax Office launches an investigation into World Wide Group's shady tax management, Ray attempts to consolidate his relationship with his ex-wife and daughter.|