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Going Japanese: Trends in Consumerism

Going Japanese: Trends in Consumerism

What comes to mind when you think of Japan? Probably a diverse mix of images: traditional Geishas, cherry blossom and tea ceremonies alongside humanoid robots, Anime and Manga, ultra-trendy urbanites, high-speed trains and high-tech consumerism, obviously. No? Just the Tsunami? Time to look more closely. History is an interesting phenomena, especially when you use it […]

Remote Working and the Big Freeze

Remote Working and the Big Freeze

Snow never stops anything, unless the electric goes down, for virtual offices – great for business; rubbish for sloping off to go sledging with the kids because you ‘can’t get to work’. This last winter more and more companies are turning to remote-working technologies in a bid to keep productivity levels up during the cold […]

The Pursuit of Happiness and the Death of Superwoman

The Pursuit of Happiness and the Death of Superwoman

I recently wrote an article that was triggered in part by two threads in one of the online clubs I belong to. Entitled How to avoid burn out it was a response to the conversations, and also born out of my own experiences in being Superwoman balancing the everyday work that pays the bills, the […]

Social Media Marketing Book to be Published

Social Media Marketing Book to be Published

Well, here’s some excellent news. 🙂 A few weeks ago I wrote a ‘lil eBook to help businesses understand what social media can do to help them market themselves and increase their traffic. It was a product for our digital and social media marketing and PR agency, where we help clients plan and execute their […]

Flying into the Future

Flying into the Future

These are exciting times in the aviation industry. From larger capacity airliners to increasingly sophisticated interior fixtures and fittings and bespoke flights, aviation is finally growing into its potential, the potential that has been there since the Wright brothers first took to the skies in what amounted to an airborne sailing craft concocted from wooden […]

Pulling Wheelies – Future of Biking

Pulling Wheelies – Future of Biking

Suddenly it seems that the humble two-wheeled iron horse has become hot news, with the range of options aimed at filling every niche in the market increasing year on year. In fact, from funky folding options to robust mountain bikes that are almost weightless, to ride and park city schemes and stylish bespoke makeovers, the […]

Spyder ski wear is cutting edge and iconic

Fashion Spyder

Occasionally something comes along that fills a niche so neatly that you can’t ever imagine how you did without out it. For skiers and outdoors enthusiasts, that something is Spyder wear, first launched over 30 years ago and still breaking new ground every year with their revolutionary technological breakthroughs, cool designs and innovative features, with […]

The Future of Aviation

The Future of Aviation

A long time ago the story of powered flight was started by bicycle makers on beaches on either side of the Atlantic – the Wright brothers in America and John Gaunt here in our very own Stockport. The earliest planes were, quite literally, fragile air kites made of wooden struts and canvas, with wheels and […]

More Forward Please

More Forward Please

When it comes to the cutting edge of robotics, the Japanese are sharpening it year-on-year while the rest of the world simply watches on in wonder. Maybe it’s because they are so interested in the whole subject that they are so driven to explore the whole area of robotics, in the same way, perhaps, that […]

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