The Football World Cup may be over but even we’ve managed to get a bit of footie related news into this week’s show. Which we think is pretty impressive. As usual we kick things off (see what we did there?), with a topical discussion.
Part of our job is, we believe, to flag up information, legislation and opportunities that you, dear listener, may know nothing about, a little about, or much more than we do (in which case, please feel free to comment and share your knowledge here). This week we take a brief look at the lengthy document that is The Taylor Review. At over 100 pages it isn’t your average bed time read but if we spark your interest you can download a copy via the www.gov.uk website.
News this week reminds us of the deadline for Working Tax Credits is looming on 31st July and there appear to be a couple of innovative ways to access information on this.
And of course, we take ourselves up to half time with a few events for your diary:
- Social Media Planning – 20th July – Warrington
- Adding Value to a Competitive Tendering Process – 24th July – Wrexham
- BEIS Roundtable – 26th July – Wrexham
- Digital Marketing for Industry – 1st August – Birchwood
In the second half of the show we review what we think is a simply excellent magazine which can be found online. Elite Magazine has a really broad mix of SME and larger business relevant articles, interviews and guidance. You can take a look for yourself and check out back issues, for FREE, here www.elitemagazine.co.uk
And finally,our business guru or expert this week is where we get our football kicks from. Adam Crozier’s career looks like the stuff of dreams and the impact he has had in his career to date has, whether we like it or not, been significant. In terms of his current list of appointments I’d say he’s Premier League.
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