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Author Archives: Clive Drinkwater
2014 is getting off to a good start as business optimism is on the upturn. The CBI recently produced data showing that profitability has risen for the fifth consecutive quarter, employment is growing at its fastest pace since 2007 and … Continue reading
I’ve always been entertained by what I know as Fiedler’s Rules of Forecasting. They’ve been attributed to a range of people from Winston Churchill to Cecil B DeMille and I’m sure we’ll never know who actually came up with them. … Continue reading
It’s always fascinating to go back to a country that you haven’t visited for a while. So it was with my visit to India last week, my first for about nine years. My parents used to live in Kerala and … Continue reading
I hope you’ve returned from your Christmas and New Year break, as my old headmaster used to say, like giants refreshed. I always enjoy a long break myself and use it to recharge the batteries – more necessary this year … Continue reading
I was thrilled to hear that the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) will be holding its prestigious Stirling Prize ceremony in Manchester for the first time on 13 October. I look forward to following the events on TV as they … Continue reading
A couple of interesting surveys came across my desk recently. The first was undertaken by North West Business Insider, supported by Ernst & Young looking at international trade patterns for North West firms. View the survey here I was struck by … Continue reading
As the Olympic torch arrives in the Chester next Monday on the first North West leg of its pre-games tour, I ask myself what it is about the Olympics that excites me so much. As long ago as 1964, my … Continue reading
I’ve been a bit distracted lately. I had a marvellous holiday in Mexico with my wife and then came back to the birth of my new grand-daughter. Ava Violet Elizabeth is absolutely gorgeous and I’m happy to report that mother … Continue reading
So, you’ve got a fantastic product or service offer and a terrific support network. You run a tight ship, have high productivity and should be internationally competitive, but If nobody knows about you, you will never sell. The answer is, … Continue reading