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Waypoint Predictor 2017 & The Drum Network – Part 1

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3rd December 2016

Published by Richard Draycott, managing director, The Drum Network, 19th December 2016: www.thedrum.com/news/2016/12/19/waypoint-predictor-whats-going-happen-search-content-ux-tech-ecommerce-influencer Waypoint Predictor, in collaboration with The Drum: what’s going to happen in search, Content, UX, tech, eCommerce & influencer marketing in 2017?  A story is often...

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3 leadership lessons from the Olympics

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1st December 2016

As the Olympic torch now makes its way to Tokyo in 2020, I would like to share 3 leadership lessons that I believe all leaders can take away from the Rio games. Stay focussed Olympic athletes are focussed on...

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Growth works, but not always

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17th November 2016

One of the most enjoyable aspects of my role is watching my growth consultancy advice/my collaborations with business owners lead to prompt decisions being made within a business that in turn results in swift and material financial growth. Immediate...

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Banks and relationships, really?

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29th September 2016

A retail design client was horrified to hear that his ‘Relationship Director’ at their bank had 170 clients to look after. How is it possible to have a relationship with someone “spread so thin”?  Can they really have a...

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What’s the point of a growth strategy?

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1st September 2016

I know some creative businesses/people don’t like business planning.  I’ve heard some remark:  “so dullsville”; “what’s the point”; and “too much spreadsheet fun and games”.  Though, happily, I’ve also seen people converted and call it “perfect” after understanding and...

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Power of three

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1st July 2016

The power of three is an idea you’ve probably come across. It’s a writing principle that suggests that those things that come in threes are funnier, more satisfying or more effective than other numbers of things. Three little pigs,...

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