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— Will Corry (@slievemore) June 23, 2016
That question is at the heart of the election-booth clash facing Brits, Europe, and the world on Thursday when the unfortunately named Brexit vote takes place. Catch up on the issue with a little help from WaPo: What's a Brexit? The complete guide to Britain's E.U. drama for confused non-Europeans.
Don't get your knickers in a twist, but be aware that it pays to know your onions because this thing could absobloodylootely turn into a cock-up if the tossers and wankers don't get Blighty sorted before she completely loses the plot. [more…]
Are you playing hide and seek with prospective customers? Or perhaps you're hoping they are telepathic?
Royal Mail MarketReach today releases new research revealing that the majority (81 per cent) of UK SMEs believe marketing is ‘critical’ or ‘essential’ to their business growth, with 37 per cent believing it is the primary driver of their business.
The research demonstrates that SMEs are ambitious and focused on growth, with nearly nine out of ten (89 per cent) looking to grow their business this year.
The research findings are published in a new guide from SMEs Smart Marketing for Small Businesses which can be downloaded here and looks at the business ambitions and marketing challenges of UK SMEs in 2016.
— Will Corry (@slievemore) June 19, 2016
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— Will Corry (@slievemore) June 9, 2016
An online poll of business men and women has over 60% in favour of leaving the EU. A 'wisdom of crowds' poll conducted using Google Survey has 60% predicting remain? What do the other polls say? Is telephone more reliable than on-line? Should the word 'Stay' have been used in place of Remain?