Awoken to the terrible news of typhoon Haiyan, I set about immediately contacting my Filipina cousin to check on her family. Thankfully, they are fine. But the plight of millions of other inhabitants of Cebu and its surrounding areas caught my attention. I’m a big fan of Shelter Box – and organisation from Cornwall who provide aid to the many people evacuated from their homes when natural disasters strike.Read More›
Gaining a wider audience
After this week’s controversy about THAT video and what sells these days; we decide to look at the top tips for making sure your company gets noticed for the right reasons.
Get. Their. Attention.
One of the most important things in business is presenting the right image. When meeting clients for the first time, you want to create the right impression. How do you convey being accommodating, professional and above all trustworthy? You wouldn’t achieve this by wearing a Hawaiian shirt and board shorts – unless your business happens to be surfing! Similarly, the brochure you choose may be the first contact the public has with your company. Here a five top ways to create the right image.Read More›
Disclaimer: *This post has nothing to do with Daft Punk or Pharrell Williams. Or evenPeter Serafinowicz.*
My Spanish dream is coming to an end to ring in the summer. Every cloud has a silver lining; this one is shaped like a beautiful boat in Bristol.
Starting life in a small village on the North coast of Cornwall, I played the Game of Life in the ’80s and dreamed of becoming a journalist. Naively enraptured by the promised £20,000 (that was A LOT in 1988. It equates to about £45,000 today) salary and the thought of writing all day, I set about crafting stories; and never really stopped.Read More›