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  • Debbie Wildridge

    It’s all in the family

    As the daughter of a farmer, it seemed the most natural thing for my brother and I to contribute to the running of our busy arable and livestock farm from an early age. Our summer holidays were the busiest...

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  • Community Glue

    Over the last couple of years there has been lots of talk about Communities “doing it for themselves” The government’s Big Society agenda and the Localism Bill have sought to tap into a feeling by many...

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  • Bob Shimmon

    The You.S.P

    How many times are you asked, what’s your Unique Selling Point? Bankers and Investors will ask you, Marketeers and PR Consultants will ask you – some may even help you search for it! But when you really...

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  • You don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone

    In her song “Big Yellow Taxi” Joni Mitchell was not thinking of Business Link when she sang “You don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone” but the words currently seem significantly appropriate as we...

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  • Richard Glinn

    To be or not to be – SCARED? Yes you should be. But for all the best reasons

    I have always found that being nervous prior to public speaking or embarking on a venture, playing sport, attending an interview or hosting an event means that you invariably perform your duties well....

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