Interviews: Phrooti and Aid Works

What does it take to have a career as an aid worker – or, if you want to volunteer in global development, what are the essential skills you need?
And how do you setup a food business from scratch, win customers, and use quirky and original marketing to your advantage – all whilst developing from the outset an appropriate (and BRC accredited) supply chain to enable you to scale?

What makes a great interview? And how do you prepare to be interviewed?

Goodbye Paxo; hello Evan: a new era began this month for television’s Newsnight as Evan Davis, formerly of radio’s Today and The Bottom Line programmes and TV’s Dragon’s Den, took the reins as the show’s lead presenter after Jeremy Paxman’s long tenure ended. Inevitably, many are making comparisons between Davis’ and Paxman’s style of interviewing. […]

What do digital law and independent restaurants have in common?

Well, both topics were covered on my Business Live radio programme this morning. Most businesses, social enterprises (and of course charities and public facing organisations) will agree that social media is an essential part of their marketing, communications or customer engagement strategy. But high profile examples of organisations (large and small) getting things wrong on […]