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  • How to survive redundancy? Don’t panic!

    Redundancy doesn’t have to be a disaster, as long as you plan what it is that you want.   Governments are preparing for more redundancies as the Coronavirus pandemic takes its toll on international labour markets. The UK’s already beleaguered retail...

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  • Facing the New Normal

    An online summit revealed how businesses must think smart to survive the coronavirus pandemic. The coronavirus lockdown restrictions may be easing but that doesn’t mean life is about to return to normal. To begin with nobody knows what “normal”...

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  • Covid-19, what next for public transport?

    As governments reopen economies, public transport is crucial in the post Coronavirus planning In 2018 I wrote a blog about the economic importance of transport and why the media should cover it more extensively. It was written a week after I flew back...

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  • Planes, Trains & Automobiles – Why Transport Matters to You.

    An international summit reveals why it’s time we started taking transport seriously. The evening flight from Leipzig to London should have been an hour and forty minutes, though it felt much longer. Maybe tiredness, the two-hour delay and the bad-tempered...

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  • Why Looking Ahead Means Looking Back

    The first few months of 2018 have gone by with unseemly haste although that hasn’t stopped me looking back on my memories of 2017. Why, you might ask? The only way I can gauge how well or how badly my business is performing is by comparing the achievements...

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  • CASE STUDY: The Value of Preparation

    I enjoy radio both as a listener and as someone who has spent a fair amount of time working in the medium. When I graduated from university in 1982, I got a place at the London College of Printing (now the London College of Communication), where I trained...

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