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September 2010

Ruined by Rooney

2017-09-14T12:04:37+00:00

I’m not a Wayne Rooney fan. This stark outlook has nothing WHATSOEVER to do with football, which I regard as nothing more than a noisy, slightly irritating distraction at best. I’m sure our Wayne is a very good footballer and well worth every penny of the £squillions paid for his services by whoever he plays [...]

Ruined by Rooney 2017-09-14T12:04:37+00:00

July 2010

Probably – The Worlds – Bright – Dreams – Could be You – (so) Just Do It!

2017-08-02T10:27:05+00:00

Over the last few weeks, we seem to have come across an increasing number of companies whose name really doesn’t tell us anything about their business activity. Whilst not a crime, it could present a problem when that business is trying to get their message heard. What amazes us more however, is the number of [...]

Probably – The Worlds – Bright – Dreams – Could be You – (so) Just Do It! 2017-08-02T10:27:05+00:00

June 2010

Peter Drags on…

2017-09-14T12:04:54+00:00

Peter Jones of Dragons Den fame has openly said ”networking is the most cost effective route to market there is.” I’m not so sure… Networking is very important indeed. It provides a very enjoyable way to extend your reach, get your name out there and meet potential new clients and suppliers alike. But I believe [...]

Peter Drags on… 2017-09-14T12:04:54+00:00

April 2010

When Black Sheep Turn Green

2017-08-02T10:27:06+00:00

We all know that if we continue to consume the earth’s resources at the current rate, the planet is in serious trouble. Whilst many of us recycle as much as possible, how many of us think about sustainability and our obligations to future generations when we go about our business activities? Typically we think of [...]

When Black Sheep Turn Green 2017-08-02T10:27:06+00:00

March 2010

“Mundane to Magnificent” Cert PG

2017-08-02T10:27:07+00:00

I’m not a film critic who claims to have seen them all or plays hard to impress. I was, however, astounded recently by something that in many films is usually an overlooked detail. Subtitles. Oh yes, those slightly annoying words for those of us forced to read them when we don’t speaka-da-lingo. We spend hours [...]

“Mundane to Magnificent” Cert PG 2017-08-02T10:27:07+00:00

February 2010

Who wants to listen to me?

2017-08-02T10:27:07+00:00

Last night I battled through the sleet and snow to attend one of my usual networking meetings. It’s a great group and the attendees have huge amounts of energy and enthusiasm for their work. It’s the kind of meeting that feels more like a night out with friends than a formal environment where I can [...]

Who wants to listen to me? 2017-08-02T10:27:07+00:00

November 2009

Got a Sneaky Britney?

2017-08-02T10:27:08+00:00

Business Vitamins is on Twitter. Yay. And? Well, we rather like it actually. Let me divulge our Twitter strategy, which, by the way, is no great secret and you’re quite welcome to copy it, refer it on and claim it as your own or simply ignore it. Here it is… Ready? We use Twitter to [...]

Got a Sneaky Britney? 2017-08-02T10:27:08+00:00

October 2009

The Perfect Pitch

2017-08-02T10:27:08+00:00

Picture this… You’re in Portugal. On the Algarve. You’re lazily exploring a traditional local market. There are a few bargains and a lot of “designer gear” of iffy provenance. You see daily essentials you might expect to find more readily in a supermarket (toe nail clippers anyone?), as well as a big slice of local [...]

The Perfect Pitch 2017-08-02T10:27:08+00:00

August 2009

No Odd Socks Please

2017-08-02T10:27:08+00:00

The faintest sniff of global economic recovery is being smelt right now in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. For it is here that one young couple we know are feeling enough house-market positivity to embark on the arduous process of moving home. Considering a more rural location, perhaps they’ve reached a certain age where town living [...]

No Odd Socks Please 2017-08-02T10:27:08+00:00

Colonisation by Americanisation

2017-09-14T11:57:43+00:00

My father-in-law enjoys a good rant. Although not a grumpy old man, he is a man in his mid sixties; successful in his career although long retired. Whilst it’s not his defining characteristic, he is compulsively METICULOUS in his execution of spelling and grammar. He hates American exports. He’s really thinking about their language exports [...]

Colonisation by Americanisation 2017-09-14T11:57:43+00:00