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“I’m a designer, not a mind reader!”

“I’m a designer, not a mind reader!”

Many business situations involve design. Design communicates your brand and is required for even the most basic of business communication.… View
Introducing OMIS—your global research network

Introducing OMIS—your global research network

If you've seen my last post, there are in fact a whole host of ways to avoid playing 'pin the… View
Chelsea, plants & logistics: a day out at Crocus

Chelsea, plants & logistics: a day out at Crocus

Officially opened in April 2000, Crocus is an online garden centre offering over 4,000 different plant varieties - the biggest… View
The (only) 5 ways to increase your profits

The (only) 5 ways to increase your profits

I went to the Barclays 'Let's Talk More Profit' seminar in the latter half of last year and have been… View
Just because it worked doesn’t mean it does still

Just because it worked doesn’t mean it does still

Businesses tend to go through periods of change and periods of stability as they grow and develop. Many businesses will… View
The Baltics – in numbers!

The Baltics – in numbers!

I recently went to the Baltics on behalf of a client, exploring the potential of the Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian… View
‘Good to Great’ book review

‘Good to Great’ book review

I have just finished Good to Great by Jim Collins and I wanted to record my reflections about the book. However,… View
Purpose beyond profit

Purpose beyond profit

Profit is an output, not a purpose A business must have reason to exist beyond that of making money and… View
The power of conversion

The power of conversion

Whilst not a 'cutting edge' idea, the concept of conversion rates is an extremely powerful one. Your sales conversion rate… View
Learning: the excitement and the frustration

Learning: the excitement and the frustration

Learning is a key part of what I do. I'm learning and developing my own skill-set all the time. I… View
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