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Louisa Hosegood  - 14.07.2020

Repurposing Retail for the New Normal

Louisa Hosegood, Digital and Strategy Director at Bis Henderson Consulting, considers the impact of the migration towards shopping online and Covid-19 on the retail sector.

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Mark Harper  - 07.07.2020

Making Packaging More Sustainable

Mark Harper, Head of Sales (UK & Ireland) for office technology company HSM, makes the case for perforating cardboard offcuts from packaging used for online deliveries.

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Jane Embury  - 02.07.2020

Not Quite FDR

Jane Embury explains why a UK government commitment to build its way out of recession falls far short of Boris Johson's pledge of a Rooseveltian New Deal.

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Katie Burrows  - 15.06.2020

On the Journey Towards Carbon Neutral

Katie Burrows, energy services solutions manager for Haven Power, considers what the UK government's commitment to achieving carbon neutrality by 2050 really means for businesses.

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Steve Teesdale  - 12.06.2020

Why You Really Need to Know Your Disinfectants

Steve Teasdale, InnuScience co-Founder and Vice-President of Scientific Affairs, explains why recognising differences between bactericides, virucides and fungicides is essential for COVID-Security.

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Cathy Spears  - 10.06.2020

The Case for Specialist Tax Consultants

The long-term benefits of specialist tax accountants for businesses are frequently overlooked when discussion focuses too closely on their fees.

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Klaus Allion  - 28.05.2020

Life After Lockdown

Klaus Allion, ANT Telecom managing director, considers the millions of workers who will continue working remotely even as governments ease Covid-19 lockdown restrictions.

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Jamie Squires  - 26.05.2020

The Future of Concrete Repairs

With concrete repair accounting for more than 3 per cent of the concrete market, Jamie Squires, product manager at Sika, considers the technical innovation that supports it.

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Steve Teesdale  - 21.05.2020

Keeping the Air we Breathe Safer

Steve Teasdale, InnuScience co-Founder and Vice-President of Scientific Affairs, explains the link between cleaning products and indoor air quality (IAQ).

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Caroline Zampier  - 04.05.2020

Why Moss is Trending in Office Design

Caroline Zampier, Interior Designer at Crown Workspace, explains why Uber and other leading brands are adopting moss as their plant material of choice for living walls and interior office features.

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Steve Teesdale  - 04.05.2020

More than Merely Words

Steve Teasdale, co-Founder and Vice-President of Scientific Affairs at InnuScience, explains why the distinction between cleaning, sanitising and disinfecting is central to controlling COVID-19.

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Cathy Spears  - 30.04.2020

Manufacturing: Bouncing Back from COVID-19

Despite gloomy predictions for the manufacturing sector, the hiatus in production ushered in by COVID-19 lockdowns and falling demand presents a breathing space for reviewing and streamlining...

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Bryan Christiansen  - 22.04.2020

The Magic Behind Condition Based Maintenance

Bryan Christiansen, CEO of Limble CMMS, explains why Condition Based Maintenance (CBM) is becoming the methodology of choice for operators of manufacturing facilities.

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Chris Hurcombe  - 21.04.2020

Preparing for New Time of Use Tariffs

Chris Hurcombe, CEO of third-party energy intermediary Catalyst Commercial Services, discusses changes to time of use tariffs for electricity network charges that come into effect in April 2021.

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Cathy Spears  - 20.04.2020

Retaining Staff in 2020

Staff retention is often a big challenges for talent managers but can be overcome by considering and listening to the career needs of employees.

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Cathy Spears  - 01.04.2020

What to Expect from Customer Support Software?

The right software can transform customer support and retention for many businesses but often depends on their specific requirements, as well as a willingness to train support personnel.

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Paul Twiss  - 31.03.2020

Keeping COVID-19 at Bay

Paul Twiss, InnuScience marketing director, explains why governments are advocating soap and water as a primary defence against COVID-19.

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Cathy Spears  - 11.03.2020

A Place for Everything, Everything in its Place

Clutter can be the scourge of many an office environment, with documents competing with stationery and technology for desk space, and disorder impairing productivity.

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Rene Buhay  - 05.03.2020

The Fuss Should Fit the Forum

Rene Buhay, VP Sales & Marketing with AVer Europe, looks at the conferencing technology requirements of differentky sized rooms.

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Cathy Spears  - 03.03.2020

The Best Channels for Attracting Top Talent

With a large number of recruitment channels now available to HR managers, Cathy Spears explains why it is important to select those that understand an employer's brand, industry and skills...

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Klaus Allion  - 27.02.2020

Keeping Green Construction Safe

Klaus Allion, ANT Telecom managing director, says lone worker devices are assuming critical importance as a greener construction industry transitions to novel but frequently less understood...

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Cathy Spears  - 18.02.2020

The Remit of Facilities Management

With facilities management firms across the UK often finding it difficult to define their responsibilities precisely, Cathy Spears considers the services offered within a typical portfolio.