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Angela De Souza appears in Leaders Council podcast

The Leaders Council of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is currently in the process of talking to leadership figures from across the nation in an attempt to understand this universal trait and what it means in Britain and Northern Ireland today. Angela De Souza from Women’s Business Club was invited onto an episode of the
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9 Tips for Re-energizing Your Print Marketing Collateral

9 Tips for Re-energizing Your Print Marketing Collateral

  Is your print marketing collateral stale and ineffective? The team at Romax have put together nine tips to help you freshen up your print.   Tip One: Use specialty card and paper in different shapes and sizes One way to breathe life into your print collateral is to use specialty paper. It can help
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What do you think of when you hear PR?

What do you think of when you hear PR?

What do you think of when you hear PR? Starting a new company is a great way of hearing quickly from lots of people what they  think you actually do for a living.  Within the first six months of starting my business, Rockallwight PR, it became clear that when it comes to definitions and understanding
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GDPR – What Happens Next?

GDPR – What Happens Next?

Over the last couple of years many business owners have been nervously anticipating the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Now it’s been put in place, what next? What happens to the business landscape for big and small organisations alike? The experts at Romax discuss. When it comes to this question there are
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Charitable Giving Boosts SMEs Bottom Line

Charitable Giving Boosts SMEs Bottom Line

About Work for Good Work for Good is a social enterprise on a mission to unleash the giving power of the business world. Business giving currently represents a meagre 2% of UK charity income. We want to change that by making business giving easy and good for business, and create a major new source of
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The Energy Industry’s Power Problem? Too Few Women

The Energy Industry’s Power Problem? Too Few Women

The lack of women in energy companies is holding back the sector’s efforts to tackle climate change, a leading industry watcher has warned. Catherine Mitchell, professor of energy policy at the University of Exeter, said poor gender diversity meant the industry was less open to new ideas, in particular the move to a lower carbon
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100 Years Since Women Got the Vote – But Our Society is Still Sexist?

100 Years Since Women Got the Vote – But Our Society is Still Sexist?

It is inspiring in this centenary year to hear about the formidable work of the Suffragette and Suffragist movements, securing for women the right to vote and stand for election – it’s part of the basic history of our “island story” that is seldom told. Much has been achieved as a result of this change
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Journalists are only interested in bad news… Aren’t they?

Journalists are only interested in bad news… Aren’t they?

I hear this mantra all the time from people about people like me – and it always shows me people don’t think through where news comes from. News comes from human beings who are doing things – journalists have no magic wands, their job is not rocket science, it’s about dealing with andspreading information. Bad
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Kayleigh Purser on how she trained in Reflexology

Kayleigh Purser on how she trained in Reflexology

In 2004 when first looking for training courses in massage therapy I had the option of doing a full beauty therapy course with level 2 massage qualification, doing individual training courses in different therapies or doing an intensive two year level three complementary therapy course with a mixture of therapies included. I had very little
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