The subject of our second October MEG roundtable discussion was inspiration in business, and how to sustain it.Read More
As increasingly more people are presenting themselves as thought leaders, there is some confusion over what thought leadership actually means, and whether you need to be a certain type of person to practice it.Read More
Brinkmanship can be about demanding the impossible to leverage a deal, or exerting financial pressure on someone who is already tied into doing business with you.Read More
To truly have a personal brand, you must first define it, whereas your reputation is how others see you, whether you have worked on your personal brand or not.Read More
MEG stands for Manchester Enterprise Group. This is breakfast networking with the focus very much on how we can help and support each other. MEG is like an unofficial boardroom, where we come together to talk about business opportunities and issues and exchange useful tips and information. It’s all about participation without pressure.
The problem with New Year’s resolutions is that most of them fail, and this can be as true of business as it is in our everyday lives.Read More