Episode 85: 3rd October 2019

Einstein Marketer and How To Fail plus SuperDry founder and Cider Maker, Julian Dunkerton catch our eye this week.

We start the show this week with Alison Ensor of Foremans LLP in Wrexham who brings us up to date with looming deadlines and aims to get us focused on the important elements of Self Assessment.

Tracy picks up on an interesting story from Levis who are making a denim jacket that can play music and answer phone calls. We’ve yet to be convinced…

Heather homes in on an interesting GDPR clause being used by the RNLI to help combat a reduction in donations and in other news the ONS announces up to date statistics on UK business activity, size and numbers of staff which makes for interesting reading.

This week’s discovery section unearths a great reading list for introverted leaders. Featured in Management Today it features some of our favourite authors. Plus the How To Fail podcast has been keeping Tracy company when she is out and about on the roads of North Wales while Heather happens upon Einstein Marketer who has an energetic and quirky marketing message.

In the spotlight this week we find out that Julian Dunkerton is much more than the man who co-founded SuperDry. His story is interesting warming and interesting. We both admired his work ethic and it seems so do his staff.

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