Monthly Archives: January 2017

People are becoming too expensive to employ; bring on the technology!

A new industrial revolution is on the way! With the ever tighter squeeze on company profits from the ever increasing raise in wages, UK businesses are replacing more and more operations with technology or a cheap ‘hidden’ imported workforce. This … Continue reading

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Rob Goddard meets Kat Orman from BBC Radio Oxford

  “Are you free on Thursday to support me at my interview this week on the Kat Orman show at BBC Radio Oxford?” was the call I received from Rob on the Monday before, never one to miss the opportunity to … Continue reading

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Marketing – Exhibition stands

  With 2017 upon us, there are lots of opportunities to attend exhibitions/business shows as part of your overall marketing strategy. Correctly focused, it’s a quick way to let many potential prospects know you exist and are ready to serve … Continue reading

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What happens when your Zero really changes

  I have this theory (thinking of Ann Elk from Monty Python; for those that know the dinosaur sketch) about how we can choose how well off we are. I believe that everyone has their own Zero.  In financial terms, … Continue reading

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