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Talk to Me

When the Huffington Post first mentioned that Christina Huffington, daughter of founder Arianna, had conceived the brilliant notion of a video series about parents being interviewed by their children I was positively struck by the idea. Families are the bedrock of society. In an ideal circumstance they form a stable…

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Celebrating British IP Day – get IP savvy

Today (5th July 2016)  is British IP Day – but what does Intellectual Property (IP) mean for you and your business? Well, it might mean beginning to take more control over your brand, exploring new opportunities to commercialise your ideas by selling creative pieces and designs. Or indeed revisiting the…

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The Good Web Guide Awards 2016 – Meet the Judges

We have another stellar line up of judges, industry experts, who are lending their support to this year’s GWG Website of the Year Awards. The judging panel will assess entries on the quality of design, usability, content and product or service evident within each site put forward. SAM CROCKER Sam…

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Stephen Fear supports Expert Impact in September 2016

Are you an entrepreneur in health, education, the environment, the sciences or the arts? If your organisation is ready to scale, we can match you with a top UK entrepreneur to get their advice, for free! Stephen Fear will be supporting Expert Impact with an afternoon of advice later this…

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Philanthropy Debate – Thurs 12th May 2016

As part of Quartet Community Foundations annual philanthropy service, they are hosting the first ever Philanthropy Debate this year on Thursday 12 May, 6-9pm, building on the successful Lecture series of previous years.The Foundations friends and donors are invited to join us for a lively debate, followed by a delicious supper, all…

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Mums Matter

Mums matter to everyone, even to a potential James Bond! Many fine actors have played James Bond. My personal favorite was Roger Moore, who for me was the quintessential English spy that as a boy I always imagined Bond to be! Sean Connery came close, but for me never quite…

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A Tale of Three Cities

Charles Dickens may have been referring to London and Paris when he wrote ‘The Tale of Two Cities’ in 1859, but today he may have considered The Tale of Three Cities as the focus for a book effectively about emancipation of the masses. Devolution is in a way a revolution,…

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Lithium Wars

While watching the James Bond Movie Quantum of Solace with my grandson a while ago I began to think about Lithium. Lithium, a very soft silver white metal belonging to the alkali group of metals which carries the atomic number 3 is about to become one of the most sought…

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Website of the Year Awards 2015

The Good Web Guide Website of the Year Awards continue to put innovation and online excellence at the top of the agenda. Since their inception in 2009, the Awards have been supported by celebrity entrepreneurs and tech experts including Sarah Beeny, Jamie Murray-Wells, Julie Meyer, Alison Cork and Kate Russell.…

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China – A Huge Opportunity For UK Universities

China is the world’s second largest economy with an ever increasing influence on global affairs. This offers an unparalleled opportunity to British educational establishments. Whether they be schools, colleges or universities. Growth in China has slowed during 2015 but is still is more than double that of the USA or…

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