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6 days ago

Manchester Fashion shoot

Daniel Dockeray · #manchesterjobs #freelancephotographer #london #photoshoot #international

1 week ago

Looking for a new role at any level in the UK

Krishna M · Hi everyone, ·   · I am looking for a new role at any level in the UK and would appreciate your support. ·   · I am expertise in the areas of SAP R/3, ECC, S4 HANA and heavily involved in Data Migration, Data cleansing, Data Profiling, Master Data Management, Data Governance, Dat ...

3 months ago

Traditional Jellied Eels-Bradley's Fish

Mitesh Patel · Jellied eels are a traditional English dish that originated in the 18th century, primarily in the East End of London. The dish consists of chopped eels boiled in a spiced stock that is allowed to cool and set, forming a jelly. It is eaten cold.

6 months ago

Ride Hailing Nigerian Style

Funmi Ade · The ride hailing companies like Bolt and Uber are worldwide alternative to taxis. In London I had the conversation with a taxi driver once, about how they (ride hailing companies) had decimated the Black cab business lamenting his earnings have dropped significantly and he still ...

1 year ago

Gods Don't Die

Funmi Ade · Princess Diana · I know exactly when I heard the news of Princess Diana, · died. · I don't read papers, or watch to television much. · I had picked up an acquaintance, for church, when along the way, thinking I'd heard, she mentioned it. I was shocked. · Where have you been she a ...

1 year ago

Like Ants Or Looking Down From the Sky

Funmi Ade · Wasn't sure what to title this one.  On one - hand a sentence from one of Voltaire's short stories Micromégas along the lines men.... like ants upon the earth, when he wrote of giants on an imaginary planet, whom visit earth.  On the other, looking down from the oval window of a ...

2 years ago

Why Purposeful Discussions are a Human Imperative

Geoff Hudson-Searle · I recently had a meeting in the City of London with a group of executives – the interesting fact was when I left the boardroom, there was this picture on the wall with the words: · ‘Do more things that make you forget to check your phone’ · The facts, do we actually have time for ...

2 years ago

Are we too Connected to Connect

Geoff Hudson-Searle · I recently had a meeting in the City of London with a group of executives, the interesting fact was when I left the boardroom, there was a very interesting picture on the wall, the words ‘Do more things that make you forget to check your phone’, which prompted me to write this bl ...

4 years ago

The boss and the coat.

Helena Jansen van Vuuren · I was 19 years old and worked in the accounts department of an advertising agency in Kensington, London.  Have no idea how I got the job because I was a 'hippy' of sorts, fairly scruffy and had a wild 'permed' hairstyle.   The female head of accounts must have been a brave person ...

4 years ago

Fight to end child trafficking!

Geoff Hudson-Searle · On Saturday 14th June, I was invited to a charity event by one of the charities that I support Love146. They staged a high tea and presentation in the West End of London. Love146 supports Anti-Human Trafficking internationally. · There has been much media focus on the subject rec ...

4 years ago

What is Happiness....continued

Geoff Hudson-Searle · I wrote a blog called ‘What is Happiness’ – having coffee with friends recently in London, the subject seems to be increasing more and more, with people asking ‘what exactly do I need to do to be happy’? · I have spent 25 years in business developing companies and leadership, but ...

4 years ago

Is customer loyalty sustainable in today's digital world

Geoff Hudson-Searle · I had a very pleasant lunch with a very good friend of mine in London recently – he operates a very successful marketing company, where he mentioned: “do you think customers actually stay loyal to brands?” · I said back in the early 2000 era, we were all looking to deploy strateg ...

4 years ago

From Louis Braille to leading edge technology that helps people see again

Geoff Hudson-Searle · I recently visited the theatre in London to see The Braille Legacy, a fascinating theatrical story about Louis Braille – the man who invented braille for the blind. · Louis Braille was born in Coupvray, a town in north central France, on January 4, 1809. At the age of three, he a ...

4 years ago

Social Media, H2H relationships and the smartphone

Geoff Hudson-Searle · I recently had a very intriguing conversation with my social media and blog agency – we have those conversations normally at 11pm London time, every Sunday night. Jacques will ask me: “How are you my friend? Your blog for Monday is all set.” I will respond with: “I am Social Medi ...

4 years ago

Can we create our own identities from reinvention

Geoff Hudson-Searle · I recently attended a birthday drinks party in London, where I met a BBC journalist and we started discussing reinventing yourself for change – it was a fascinating discussion. · We would like to think that the key to a successful career or relationship is knowing what we want to ...

4 years ago

Purpose or Prestige.....that is the question?

Geoff Hudson-Searle · A few weeks ago I decided to watch a movie called “The Prestige” – for those of you that have not seen this EPIC film that was directed in 2006 here is a short storyline. In the end of the Nineteenth Century, in London, Robert Angier, his beloved wife Julia McCullough and Alfred ...

4 years ago

Has technology killed love and romance

Geoff Hudson-Searle · The London transport system commonly renowned for ‘The Tube’ and ‘Mind the Gap’ reliably transports 1.34 billion people a year across its network and the busiest train station in London is Waterloo station which commutes 95.1 million passengers a year (research provided by transp ...

4 years ago

Zero Cost Social Media. Advice from A Novice Turned Pro.

Funmi Ade · Introduction · Today I’m sharing my experiences, to help cash strapped, social media novices, micropreneurs & socialpreneurs, with a formula that works, at least for me!  ·  Running a social enterprise, or as some call it a community interest company, without any major grants or ...

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