The BPIF aims with its awards ceremony to ‘reflect and reward’ the full variety of business skills that can be demonstrated by any company looking to survive in today’s fast-changing world. It can be argued that an awards programme is like a mineshaft that drills down through the superficial surface layers of an industry –…Details
After the intoxicating extravaganza served up by the National Print Awards in May, I came away from last week’s awards program in Leura, with the feeling I had digested a veritable ploughman’s lunch. Full of meaty substance, substance, I felt it went a long way towards drilling down into the very core of what are…Details
James Cryer discovered recently, when trying to explain the mysteries of our industry to a young lady, that we may know what we’re talking about – but nobody else does! Here, he takes a playful wander through the terminological minefield that we walk through each day. But would an innocent bystander escape unscathed if they…Details
Recent events have entranced, beguiled and even tantalised us – but it’s happened all before! James Cryer, sensing that history maybe repeating itself, dug into his extensive archives and discovered a cautionary tale with a message which seems to echo the events of recent days. With only the most “ever so slight” tweaking, he presents…Details
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The recent awards night was a brilliantly staged multi-media extravaganza, the general organisation of which is to be congratulated.