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Prevention is better than cure

By Dr Charlotte Ridout, Deben Private GP Services Ltd.

Strokes and TIAs (transient ischaemic attacks or ‘mini strokes’) are commonplace and can be devastating.

Published in UK Director Magazines Spring 24

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The changing face of skin wellness

By Juliette John, Aesthetic Laser Skin Wellness Clinic.

At the Juliette John Aesthetic Laser Skin Wellness Clinic, we’re constantly looking for ways to enhance and elevate what we do and how we do it.

Published in UK Director Magazines Spring 24

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Quickfire session with Colin Low

Managing Director, Kingsfleet

Colin is the founder and MD of Chartered Financial Planners, Kingsfleet, named after the primary school he attended in Felixstowe.

Published in UK Director Magazine Spring 24

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Uniting sales and marketing with CRM

By Matt Freestone, Unmatched.

Successful collaboration between sales & marketing can ensure that customers have a smooth experience from the moment they first learn about your product or service, to when they decide to buy it.

Published in UK Director Magazines Spring 24

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Approaching sales from both sides

By James Lay, Larking Gowen.

What is the measure of a successful business deal? Is it about driving a hard bargain and being on the winning side, or should there be a more measured approach where everyone benefits?

Published in UK Director Magazines Spring 24

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Overcoming distance through technology

By Owen Williams, West View IT.

You need to hire someone for your business and, of course, want to find the right person for the job. Well, what if you could increase the pool of candidates?

Published in UK Director Magazines Spring 24

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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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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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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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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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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.
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Seeing projects from both sides

By Steve Leech, Granite Transformations Ipswich & Colchester

All business owners know that recommendations and customer loyalty don’t happen by magic – you must provide not only great products, but a great experience for all concerned.

Published in UK Director Magazines Spring 24

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Investing in solar is investing in the future

By Josh Young, Greenscape Energy.
It seems like there’s an endless supply of resources out there – books, podcasts, articles, you name it – all promising to hand over the secret recipe for business success.

Published in UK Director Magazines Spring 24

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Building a culture of excellence

By Charlotte Bate, MAD-HR.

Success in business is the result of many well-applied ingredients, which combine to result in consistent delivery, responsive clients, and, ultimately, a positive profit outcome.

Published in UK Director Magazines Spring 24

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