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Value For Money Or Price Per Head?

With the current emphasis on saving money in businesses, schools & the public sector, it is very easy to fall into the trap of thinking that less cost per head represents better value for money. Of course, if we can buy the same items for … Continue reading

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Short-Term Gain or Long-Term Vision?

Pre-emptive strikes are seen as crucial in winning tactical advantage over an enemy. Hit them when and where they least expect it; weaken their defences and resistance; walk in. How often do we run our lives (and our businesses) on … Continue reading

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Service or Ripped-Off?

So goes that start of a conversation I overheard today whilst out shopping at our local Market. What a damning inditement on all those free offers we are continually bombarded with in order to grab our business; offers which, in … Continue reading

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