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Essex issue articles

The collaborative role in business sales

By Tim Field, Birkett Long.
Collaborative working might not spring to mind when thinking about corporate lawyers. However, the reality is that much of my time is spent working with other people within my firm and a range of external professionals.

Published in UK Director Magazines Spring 24

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Suffolk issue articles

Walking the walk

By Jane Cattermole, Bay Tree VA.

It all started with needing to share the load…
My business support company was growing – I found myself stretched too thin and struggling to manage everything efficiently.

Published in UK Director Magazines Spring 24

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Suffolk issue articles

Using AI in the workplace

Many business owners find the idea of integrating the use of AI (artificial intelligence) into their workday to be at best daunting and at worst existentially terrifying.

Published in UK Director Magazines Spring 24

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Essex issue articles

A successful year of growth & recognition

By Gary Riches, East Anglian Financial Planning.

As East Anglian Financial Planning (EAFP) celebrates its first anniversary, we look back over a year of significant achievements, strong growth and noteworthy recognition in the financial industry.

Published in UK Director Magazines Spring 24

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Essex issue articles

Helping charity teams feel valued

Teamwork is a vital component for the success of any business or charity, and recognition for this helps people to feel motivated and valued.

Published in UK Director Magazines Spring 24

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Essex issue articles

Lead interview: Steve Revill

Managing Director, Rickard Luckin

Our lead interview in the TEAMWORK issue of Essex Director business magazine is Steve Revill.

Published in UK Director Magazines Spring 24

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Essex issue articles

Creating the right team for a family business

By Paul Andrews, Family Business United.
Family businesses are the backbone of the national economy, driven by purpose and aligned values, and making a difference through the jobs they provide, income they generate and wealth they create.
Published in UK Director Magazines Spring 24

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