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  • Marketing an Engineering Business

    Andrea Rodney is a dynamic, self-taught, self-motivated businesswoman who helped Hone-All Precision in Bedfordshire to extraordinary success, part of which can be attributed to the...

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  • How the MBA Changed my Life

    SMF James Dunbar is an Analyst, Refining; Logistics Technology on the Future Leaders Programme at BP. Has an MBA has changed my life? Back in 2006, I was in a Middle Eastern desert with the Royal Air Force,...

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  • Guide to Entrepreneurship – Getting Started

    SMF George Fowkes runs The Clear Alternative, which provides interim director expertise to clean technology companies to catalyse their start-up and growth phases. George's early career was in new product...

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  • SMF Appointed as NED at Green Dragon Gas

    SMF Wayne Roberts Green Dragon Gas Ltd (AIM:GDG), one of the largest independent companies involved in the production of CBM gas and the distribution and sale of wholesale gas in China, is pleased to announce the...

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  • Guide to Entrepreneurship – The Idea!

    Sainsbury Management Fellow, Chirag Shah, is a serial entrepreneur.  A Londoner born and bred from a family of medical doctors, he studied Engineering at the University of Cambridge. He completed his Engineering...

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  • How the MBA Changed my Life

    David Falzani President Sainsbury Management Fellows CEO of a consulting company Polaris Associates, David has extensive...

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  • Can We Help You Prepare for the Top Job?

    SMF Patrick Macdonald, Partner, School for CEOs There has never been a greater need to prepare businessmen and women to become CEOs. The biggest recession in 80 years, intense media scrutiny and investor...

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  • NEDs Just Got Interesting?

    Mark Winkle, COO, IDDAS The world of the NED has been moving at a pace, the traditional view of a NED; ex-top executive, one or two board positions after...

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  • Is Manufacturing the linchpin of the British economy?

    Chris Coopey, Partner, Carpenter Box LLP The 3,000 redundancies planned by BAE come as a bitter blow to the firm's employees and to perhaps, the 6,000 subcontractors who supply the firm.  But...

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  • Creating Strategy Middle Up

    SMF Paul Christodolou The age of top-down strategy is long gone. This doesn't fit with the guiding principles of modern, empowered business cultures as it tends to disempower and demotivate the people...

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  • Thursday, 24 May 2018

    The Unlauded Benefits of Soft Skills

    Too often, graduates from higher education and business schools are not taught to acquire soft skills before going into the workplace. Their focus is typically on training and education, alongside job

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  • Friday, 19 January 2018

    The Pitfalls of Peer-to-Peer Lending

    According to Bloomberg, the Financial Times and a handful of other newspapers, peer-to-peer lending could be headed for a collapse. What began as a new, innovative way of lending capital may have beco

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