Early Entreprenuership

In 2011 I set up my first business with aspirations of world domination. This remains a fairly unprecedented task when you consider the social and monetary factors required to achieve this feat, nonetheless the ambition shown from day one regardless of its viability is still shown today by all members of staff and is still key

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Graduates – How to find a job

We are constantly told that there are too few jobs and too many university graduates. Worryingly the press might be right. According to a 2013 study by the Office for National Statistics, 47 per cent of employed workers who left university within the last five years were performing roles which do not require higher education qualifications. That’s a

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Changing Career

Today I have spent a lot of time speaking with graduates. I have always found university graduates to be a bit of a conundrum not too dissimilar from seasoned working professionals who seek a change in direction. Whilst they are normally well-mannered, well-skilled and particularly astute, the CV and salary requirements are often sticking points

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‘Selfies’

My iPhone contains the following social applications; Whatsapp, Snapchat, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Each application has been designed to validate my life. We are governed by our online behaviours, dictated by trends; the blur between reality and our online lifestyle is now smaller than ever. More recently the art of taking ‘selfies’; a self-taken image

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Build your brand

I am a believer that success is earned through a combination of hard graft, unsociable working hours and surrounding yourself with people who you consider to be more qualified than you within your industry. Exposing yourself to new territory certainly helps too; after all there is no better way to study your craft than to

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