Aside from the initial hurdle at the very start of the month, when Donnie Rust has to arrive a full three hours early to install all the various pranks for the office, April is a fantastic time. And no matter which corner of the world youâ€™re reading this in or from which cultural background you herald, April gives many opportunities to spend time with family and friends.
Indeed, it is one of the only months where the dual opportunity is presented to make a fool out of your nearest and dearest and placate them a week later with excessive amounts of chocolate. And while parents prepare themselves for the onslaught of sugar-fuelled hyper-active children followed soon-after by a lot of sore bellies, the confectionary companies push their sales teams to get rid of the last of the chocolate-milk-flavoured-eggs because they really donâ€™t have a market for them during the summertime.
This monthâ€™s instalment of Endeavour Magazine is filled with splendid delights for your perusal. Weâ€™ve found out how municipalities in South Africa look after people with eThekweni Municipality and the Johannesburg Road Agency, continued our extensive look at the energy industry in Europe with Dall Energy, Albertslund and CTR, touched on the fishing industry with Adcan Marine Suppliers, and went to the movies with Nu Metro Cinemas.
We were inspired by the entrepreneurial drive of The Wharfâ€™s Samantha Coe, I spoke with the organizers of EWEA (European Wind Energy Association) and was not surprised to find that Jim Blythe doesnâ€™t think too highly of soccer.
Tony Hawk totally blew us away with his incredible story and gave us the opportunity to launch his latest innovative online projects using social media to enhance the enjoyment of professional sporting and Donnie Rust is still in recovery from the interview.
So far, I think this is our best magazine yet and I hope you all enjoy it. Additionally, I wish you all a very successful month, if you do celebrate it then have a joyous and chocolate filled Easter and if you do not please enjoy the chocolate anyway.