Reacting to Gear Changes

Reacting to Gear Changes

One-size-fits-all rarely works.  It rarely works for business models, customer service, education, hats, pants or people.  Although it might  work with the newly proposed hospital dignity gowns, standardising can’t react, therefore  isn’t sustainable and results in availability vying with attainability. How does this reflect in our industry?  An example we could give is the phrase [...]
Financial Robots

Financial Robots

Thanks to those who make information public knowledge such as the likes of  FSA,  Financial Journalists,  other media  and public access via the Internet, it’s common knowledge that failed attempts to obtain credit, finance or loans leaves  footprints on credit history. In the school of rational lending, the favoured Head Girls and Boys are those holding the badge of [...]
March 2010 News

March 2010 News

Pubs Pubs, contributors to communities, are still closing their doors at an average rate of 39 per week; over 2,000 each year.  However, bucking this trend is a new source of funding for pub purchase or refinance for the smaller Independent. With the Budget looming and therefore the obligatory rising duty and taxes, we hope [...]
March 2010 Muse & Views: Spring – Scaffoldings Going Up

March 2010 Muse & Views: Spring – Scaffoldings Going Up

 March:   St. David’s Day .....  St Patricks Day.....   First Day of Spring ..... Mother`s Day.....  Six Nations Finals .....  Cheltenham Gold Cup  and British Summer Time.  Lambs gambol in meadows between the golden daffodils, cute critters wake up to the sound of the bluebird of happiness singing high on bud-laden boughs as Spring bursts out.... Oooh!  Can [...]
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