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December 14, 2018
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Dec

Control is how SME owners can thrive

Nikki Flanders, Chief Operating Officer, Opus Energy Running a business is no small feat. Often, one person is responsible for the business’ strategy and success – which can be a lot of pressure to bear. This can sometimes lead small business owners to go above and beyond as they strive to make the right call....
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Dec

Being ‘peacefully busy’ | Cara de Lange

So there I was hurtling along the street trying to catch my daughter’s balloon that the wind had plucked from her hand as she came out of school, when I crashed into the branch of a tree and ended up at the emergency department. Luckily the cut on my forehead looked worse than it was...
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#Vote100: Marking 100 years since women voted for the first time

Today marks the 100th anniversary of the 1918 General Election, when women were allowed to vote for the first time in the UK. The election, called immediately after the First World War ended, was the first in which women were legally able to vote. In February 1918, the British government passed the Representation of the...
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Dec

A guide to votes for women | How women rose to power

On this day 100 years ago in 1918, the Parliament (Qualification of Women) Act was passed which allowed women to become MPs for the first time – allowing them to sit and vote in the House of Commons. This year, also marks the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage. In 1918, the government also passed the...
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Dec

Creating the career that’s just right for you

By Elizabeth Brennan, UK Industry Client Director at Criteo Today we’re used to everything being just the way we want it to be. For example, when we log into our Netflix or Spotify all our favourite shows and artists are right there in front of us. The same goes for our news and the apps...
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Dec

Growing a PropTech business in a male-dominated industry

Alexandra Morris, Managing Director of PropTech company MakeUrMove, comments on her experience of growing a business in a male-dominated industry. I have worked in the industry for over 12 years, and was the first ever employee at MakeUrMove, having now been with the business for ten years. I worked my way up the ranks from...
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Dec

Rising Stars: What happened next for Janice St. John-Matthews

WeAreTheCity’s Rising Star Awards are now in their fourth year. The Rising Star awards were introduced to showcase the UK pipeline of female talent below management and to create female 100 role models across 20 different industries and professions. Over the year’s, the awards have recognised 400 women across the UK and India. In this...
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