Set your RSS and visit catbusiness.show regularly so that you can tune in to the fabulous episodes that will be coming soon when I talk to business leaders about all things communications, marketing, promotion, and business. (more…)
I invited Craig Gibson from CYTI Digital, a new marketing agency in Cambridge to come into the studio and chat about all things digital marketing. The show aired on 6th October but, in case you missed it, you can listen again here: (more…)
I had a meeting recently with a charity set up for a specific disability, in the case of this charity’s members it was about providing support for a physical disability. OK, there was no mistaking the fact that the people in room were physically different to me but it was unimportant because I was focusing so much on the person within. (more…)
Size Matters, the world-first exhibition I managed for my clients; leading digital printers Structure-flex, and rock photographer Nick Elliott, earlier this year has made the final nominees for a Digital Printer Award.
Shortlisted in the wide format printing category, the awards are recognised as one of the industry’s most prestigious honours events and are a true celebration of the excellence of UK digital printing.
As a marketing professional for over 20 years, I have achieved a few accolades along the way but a couple of months ago I was particularly pleased when I was elected Fellowship of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM).
I’ve been a member of the CIM for many years having gained my Certificate, Advanced Certificate, and Doploma in Marketing qualifications early in my career. (more…)
Occasionally, just very occasionally, a campaign comes along that makes your spine tingle…in a big way.
As a PR consultant I recommend activity to my clients that will fulfil specific objectives and implement these over the course of the year. Simples. But often this activity can be quite challenging to deliver and ambitious in its nature, and even….a world first!
Recently, I caught an interview with Aerosmith’s lead singer, Steve Tyler, who made a comment that made me contemplate things: “We’re just living on the tail of a comet.”
I have long been a star-gazer. I often catch myself stealing a sneaky peak at the heavens, dreaming sub-consciously of galaxies far, far away. But that’s another story.
It is fascinating, though, to consider our place in a universe that we barely understand, even more so when you put it in the context of being just a mere speck in space and time. (more…)