The scandal surrounding BHS has handed the opportunity for Theresa May to demonstrate her willingness to tame the worst excesses of capitalism. Will she take it?
Martin Schulz’s column in the Guardian was an honest account of the prevailing attitudes in Brussels towards impending Brexit. Perhaps there is more to be learnt. A word cloud analysis has been highly revealing.
Brand Britain has taken a monumental battering. It’s brand guardianship will require a unique blend of sensitivity, experience authority and authenticity. Can Theresa May deliver her promises? Britain is holding its breath.
We are experiencing acute uncertainty following the Brexit decision. Consumer and business confidence not equities will reflect the extent of a potential future downturn. What should guide organisations responsible for communicating the rash of new economic data?
The ability of Steve Jobs to create a reality distortion field to persuade those around him is legendary. In emulating Jobs Michael Gove was hoping the coincidental characteristics they shared in common would stop at Job’s ability to draw adulation and support. He was wrong.
We have all become so used to staring at our little black screens that we believe our mobiles represent the ultimate personal device. Think again. There are now new incarnations on the horizon that will integrate into our daily lives in ways in we can only begin to imagine.
As the barely audible station announcements heaped confusion onto frustration and the station staff admitting to knowing less than me, the last thing I expected was an immediate and informed personal response from the train company via it’s customer Twitter service.