Category Archives: PR tactics

Stand up and be counted

A great Editor’s Letter by Alistair Heath in today’s City AM calling on industry leaders to get out of their executive suites – and state the case for business. I don’t always agree with Alistair Heath: but he’s consistently out … Continue reading

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Happy Monday

It’s Happy Monday*!  The happiest Monday of all the year! Life’s emotional roller coaster has carried us to this sunny peak – just two weeks after Blue Monday. I’m just glad to have a chance to use a ‘smiley’ – my … Continue reading

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Full speed ahead?

2012 started with good news for people who care about making this country a nicer place to live and a better place to do business. On January 10, the government gave the green light to High Speed 2: an exciting … Continue reading

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Blue Monday

It’s Blue Monday!  The day everyone is supposed to feel depressed because there are still 300+ shopping days to Christmas. But don’t worry if you’re reading this on Woeful Wednesday or Fearful Friday, because another Blue Monday will be along … Continue reading

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Happy National Freelancers Day!

In case you hadn’t heard, today is National Freelancers Day. The ‘third annual celebration of freelancers‘ carries the Prime Minister’s endorsement and marks the contribution made by more than 1.5 million freelancers to the UK economy. This seems like an … Continue reading

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We need to talk about planning

This morning a new think-tank – the Intergenerational Foundation – launched the Hoarding on Housing report, claiming one-third of UK homes are ‘under-occupied’ because over-60s are failing to downsize once their children move on.  Half of all properties owned by single pensioners … Continue reading

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