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Business Podcast, Blue Sky Stinking

Blue Sky Stinking Begins

Reading Time: 2 mins The new for 2019 business podcast: Blue Sky Stinking has arrived and we hope you enjoy it. A brief intro to one of the Season 1 characters and a quick summary of Episode 1…

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Getting Real Business Advice

Getting Real Business Advice

Reading Time: 2 mins With an invaluable line up of guest speakers, Gydeline’s new business podcast, Blue Sky Stinking, offers listeners the chance to get advice from specialists in all walks of business life.

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Real Life Business Calamities

Real Life Business Calamities

Reading Time: 2 mins Every business suffers a calamity or two. Sometimes it’s unavoidable loss of a key member of the team. Maybe the biggest customers finds a cheaper, or shudder the thought, better company to deal with. There is always a risk that something can go wrong – it’s how you deal with it that counts.

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The worst way to start a business

Worst Way to Start A Business

Reading Time: 2 mins You hate your boss, your tired of putting all the hours in and getting no recognition, you think you can do a better job! All good reasons for maybe a change in job but to start a business will take patience, learning and some good old hard work.

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What has to be done to start a business?

What HAS to be done to start a business?

Reading Time: 2 mins With a new business starting every minute in the UK, it must be easy. Depending on the industry, type of organisation, structure, market and many other variables, understanding the true magnitude of what is required is a constant battle.

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Blue Sky Stinking has Launched

How can you avoid the blunders of others? Listen to Blue Sky Stinking podcast today for help

Reading Time: 2 mins In playing the game of brand recognition their are pitfalls. You don’t have to make these yourself to learn lessons, you can draw from the mistakes of others. But how do you get to hear about these branding blunders? Unless they were a public relations disaster it’s likely that organisations would want to keep them quiet to avoid their blushes.

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