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Category: general

Put the bubbly on ice…how not to communicate through coronavirus

The media can come in for some stick. But actually it’s companies I’ve seen on my LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter getting it wrong this week. It’s absolutely right to highlight innovation supporting the front line; to recognise manufacturers sharing IP for inventions which save lives and for professionals with knowledge to share with others for

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Don't take a wrecking ball to your business legacy

Legacy of Covid-19 behaviour by businesses will linger

Reputations of businesses and their owners are being made and broken as the Covid-19 pandemic unfolds. It has long been said that you can tell the character of a person by how they react when the chips are down, something that is now proving true of firms faced with the stresses of the times we

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Business as usual? Yes. But no…

Watching our team leave one by one, with a monitor under one arm and a laptop under the other, I’m not going to fib, I was really quite sad. If the country in the last week has moved to a war footing, there’s no doubt that Be Bold moved to a daily newsroom footing too.

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Who do you think you’re talking to?

Hey, you. Yes, you. Are you talking to me? I think you might be. You’ve clicked follow on all our social media accounts, hit ‘go’ on the scheduled tweets, planned the content within an inch of your life and even ‘virtually’ turned up where we’re hanging out. But you must be a bit frustrated as

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Time to celebrate #realstories?

Nick Evans is a porter with the Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust. He’s also a life-saver. Nick was outside the hospital when a couple arriving to visit a relative realised their seven week old baby had stopped breathing. Nick immediately began CPR until teams from the hospital’s emergency department took over. His was just

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A red apple with a bite taken out of it, on a white background

Taking a bite of the creative apple… or not?

When you go into a shop to buy an apple, you have a reasonably good idea what that apple is going to look like, what is tastes like and how much it’s going to cost. You then have a choice to buy that apple… or not. What you don’t do is to take a bite

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