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We’re not worthy, we’re not worthy!


Successful but feeling like you achieved it by accident, that you don’t deserve it and that one day ‘they will find out’? That is known as Imposter Syndrome. This blog from Sarah Ainslie looks at why we feel like this and how we can try to overcome it. Continue reading

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Do networks need to be costly to generate results?


There are hundreds of networks out there, all promising to generate business and talking of the value of membership. Networks have to offer value of course, why else would you join? Plus you get what you pay for. Don’t you? … Continue reading

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We prefer relationships that last longer than 60 seconds


1 minute on the clock, get set, GO! Describing your business to a room full of strangers in 60 seconds can be a daunting prospect. If this type of networking fills you with dread, or you just feel that it’s … Continue reading

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Cameron appoints women business leaders to advisory board


David Cameron has appointed 3 female business leaders on the Prime Minister’s Business Advisory Board. The Board meets 4 times a year to advise the government on business issues. Read the full article in the Telegraph here.

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The women who are making it onto boards


So, last week we heard that the number of women making it onto the UK’s board has now reached record levels. This article in the Independent profiles some of the women that are doing just that.

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Women better bosses than men?


According to a new survey they are, mainly due to women’s prudence and caution in their decision making. Read the full article in the Daily Record here.

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Record number of women on UK boards


In the last year, since the government demanded more representation for women in the UK’s boardrooms, the number of women taking positions on boards has reached record levels. Read the full article in the Guardian.

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Women in business aspire to Thatcher?


Some reports in the media have suggested that because many women choose to dress powerfully and lower their voice in order to succeed in a business environment that this indicates they view the Iron Lady, Margaret Thatcher, as a role … Continue reading

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Aging men on boards make way for new generation of women?


This article in Forbes suggests that while women are not sufficiently represented on boards, the fact that many male board members are approaching retirement may create opportunities for women to take their place . Read the full Forbes article here.

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Women urged to set up businesses or retrain


It seems that women have been hit hardest by cutbacks with 1.09 million women now unemployed in the UK. This report from The Guardian suggest that the answer could be more help for women to establish new businesses (see our … Continue reading

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5 Tips for using PR to raise the profile of your business to drive sales

By JH Public Relations - www.JHPR.co.uk 1. Seek out ideal potential partners for cross promotion  By thoroughly understanding your customer you can identify other brands that share your target market. This synergy creates an ideal opportunity to collaborate with brands who … Continue reading

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