Monthly Archives: June 2011

Business relationships the secret of success

Having a world beating technology is not sufficient to make a company a major player. Although Cambridge companies are often accused of selling their silver too early, growing a company beyond the initial core of its founders can be problematic. … Continue reading

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The Problem with Passwords

So I went to buy something from a little-known shopping website and found myself at the checkout. I entered my card details and all the other stuff that it wanted, and pressed the “buy” button. I assumed that everything was … Continue reading

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High growth and how to get there

Earlier this week Holdsworth Associates attended a Coaching For High Growth programme at St John’s Innovation Centre. We were joined by a number of businesses wanting to continue on their high-growth path – everyone from high tech start-ups to suppliers … Continue reading

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Bright career prospects, from carpentry to forensics

I’m of the generation pitied by older friends because I got a student loan not a student grant, yet the Labour government was trying to push 50% of us through university. I wasn’t deterred by a bit of student debt … Continue reading

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