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March 5, 2015
Ritu Sethi
05
Mar

Inspirational Woman: Ritu Sethi | Award-winning Solicitor and businesswoman

Ritu Sethi, award-winning Solicitor and businesswoman, public speaker, TV personality and married mother of two and author of “Having it all now “ a book which will guide you along the path towards achieving your goals and realising your dreams. She reveals her secrets of how you really can HAVE IT ALL NOW, sharing her...
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05
Mar

British open host Royal St George’s golf club ends 128-year ‘no women’ rule

Open Championship venue Royal St George’s has voted to allow women members for the first time in its 128 year history. Royal St George’s in Sandwich had been one of three clubs on the Open rota with a men-only membership policy – Muirfield and Royal Troon are the other two courses. A “decisive” 90% of...
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ey this isn't about fixing our women featured
05
Mar

Thought Leadership from EY – This isn’t about “fixing” our women | Gender Report

As our title says, this is not about ‘fixing our women’, but more about recognizing that specialist, focused programs such as these, are one of the strategic enablers that will help us to reach our goal of gender parity at all ranks of EY. In December 2008, we ran our first female-specific leadership program in...
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05
Mar

Inspirational Woman: Ronke Lawal | Founder of Ariatu Public Relations

Tell us a bit about yourself I founded RSL Management Services in 2004 at a time in my life when I was hungry for change. I wasn’t satisfied in full-time employment; working in a role that was not really for me but it paid the bills. I had suppressed my entrepreneurial spirit for a long...
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thinking business woman
05
Mar

8.5 Ways to start your dream business while you’re still employed

Making good decisions is often about trying to guess the future. If you’re like most people, you probably do this through a mix of logic and what ‘feels right’. Unfortunately, in making these choices we often favour the ‘status quo’. Being risk-averse is perfectly natural of course, and often the ‘safe thing’ is the ‘right...
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05
Mar

Braai Vs Barbecue – which tops the stakes?

If your South African then the above question is a simple one – a Braai is by far one of the best gatherings – in your back yard with your Braai fired up, displaying a range of flavoursome meats, a dop in your hand, surrounded by family and friends. It sounds like a real occasion...
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The Fountain at Clent
05
Mar

The Fountain Inn at Clent

The Fountain Inn situated in the charming Worcestershire village of Clent which is just off the A491. The pub has a warm and friendly atmosphere and an ‘Olde Worlde’ feel to it. The award winning public house has a reputation for quality food and service. Their food is locally sourced and prepared on site by...
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woman surrounded by money
05
Mar

Who will benefit ? How to pass on your Assets without a huge tax bill

With tax avoidance and evasion in the news at the moment – and few people being sure what the difference is! – I thought I’d talk about an area of tax planning that is actually encouraged by HMRC, and that is Estate Planning or Inheritance Tax planning. It has been described by successive governments as...
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