Monthly Archives: August 2013

A Visit to Google Campus, London

Just popped over to the Google Campus near Finsbury Square Garden in my lunch break. Exciting to see all the tech startups there getting stuck in! It’s a short walk from Bank ( 4-5 Bonhill Street, EC2A 4BX, not very well sign-posted but halfway up the street) – and once you’ve registered for free on […]

Coffee is a drug

I enjoy a cup of coffee. In fact, I probably drink on average, 2 cups of tea, and 4 cups of coffee a day. Actually ‘mugs’ might be a better descriptor than cups – a ‘small’ drink is a dirty word in a coffee shop these days, it has to be a ‘Tall’ or a […]

Everyone thinks they’re an expert on LinkedIn

Everyone uses LinkedIn. With over 225 million users and 178 million of those visiting every month, it has become the de facto website for networking. LinkedIn is built to be easy to use, so everyone believes that they are using it effectively. But are you really? Is there more you can get out of the […]

Channelling Disruption

I recently went along to a London Business Forum seminar on ‘Disruptive Innovation’ by Clay Christensen, author of ‘The Innovator’s Dilemma’ and many articles and books on ┬áthe topic of disruption. The seminar was very interesting and inspiring, and to watch it in full – check it out here. Of particular note is the marketing […]