March 2013: Foden Press announces print version of I Have A Calling: Must Know Ingredients for Success by Mary Wamaitha. A self help workbook to help any student or career changer find answers on their personal journey through life - with inspiration from the scriptures. Available worldwide immediately.
February 2011: Foden Press announces print version of Tale of the Lost Swan Egg by Kyra Dawson. This is first in the Persimmon Tales series set in Stanley Park, Vancouver, Canada. Available worldwide immediately.
November 2010: Foden Press announces print versions of How Kelvyn Got His Name and Salquin to the Rescue now available worldwide.
August 2010: Foden Press announces Book 2 of The Chimona Chronicles: Salquin to the Rescue, also by Rosie Reay.
June 2009: Foden Press enters children's publishing market and announces Book 1 of The Chimona Chronicles: How Kelvyn Got His Name.
2006: Foden Press announces V2.0 of Brighter
Names - Naming for the Average Propeller Head. This
edition of the eBook includes a Free supplement titled Professional
Creative Naming Tricks.
2004: Foden Press announces Brighter
Names - Naming for the Average Propeller Head
Foden and Brighter Naming featured in Business Week's Small Business
Section. Jan 2004.
See Karen Klein's article: The
Game of the Name.
Athol's artice in the March 3 issue of Marketing News published
by the AMA:
Customer-focused efforts require listening on Page 56.
Sub-titled by their editor: Do you hear what I hear? (This article is quoted as a reference in Dr Aaker's latest branding academic textbook.)
featured in Business 2.0. Click here for article,
but you will have to get a back issue to see his photographs.
featured in the SJ Mercury News. Please see Loretta
Green's July 8th column.
be heard, you have to be different from the herd! See Athol's
column (after being edited down) in Silicon
Valley Business Ink.