Back in touch with the world

PRESS RELEASE: Bakker Bugle upgrades interweb access, begins new era of expansion

Friday, 26 June 2009

This morning, the Bakker Bugle completed one of the last phases of its ambitious plan to move its internet sourcing scheme to Luxembourg City. By partnering with local providers-of-excellence, the Bakker Bugle leveraged the expertise of its premium content-builders. In other words, the Bugle has moved your cheese and polished off its competitors’ milkshakes.

The Bugle Blog staff are especially incented to ramp up this disruptive innovation. “We’re the boots on the 800-pound gorilla, so we need to get granular ASAP,” said innovaTeam associate Masal Bugduv, during an early-morning telepresence session with selected, leading industry journalists.

Some members of the old media had speculated that the Bugle’s nearly three-week internet outage would push the envelope of customer expectations. That irresponsible conjecture has now been revealed as a symptom of “Web 1.5” thinking — prevalent among those who are struggling to survive in the current environment of “shaking out” weak players.

The Bakker Bugle is proud of its record and will expand its operations in the near-term and long-term. Its new internet access approach is a strategic element of that plan.

3 Comments to “Back in touch with the world”

  1. Katherine said...
    26 June 2009

    Woohoo! Congratulations on being up and running. I look forward to many new Bugle posts.

  2. Dave said...
    27 June 2009

    If we can wait on the Bakker Bugle PI story, we can wait a couple weeks for Internet access. Glad to have you back!

  3. Keely said...
    29 June 2009

    I’m a couple days late catching up, but I am still very excited for you and for us!!