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Steering the ship
21 November, 2012
Here at the offices at World Market Intelligence I have been bouncing ideas off colleagues about the best ways to ensure our content is relevant, timely and targeted squarely at our reader base.

Looking on the bright side
22 October, 2012
Here in the UK we’ve never been particularly prone to blind optimism. Of course many stereotypes about the British persona persist outside our shores, the stiff upper lip, reserved manner and our love of queuing. But during the process of hosting the 30th Olympic Games this Summer it was widely reported that we had somehow learned to cheer up a bit, with random displays of elation prompted by the carnival atmosphere around the Olympic stadium, further kindled by our respectable medal tally.

The more things change
24 September, 2012
Having worked as a construction journalist for much of the past decade I have learnt that engineers are among the most open and enthusiastic emissaries for their industry.

An editorial elevation
10 August, 2012
I first worked on Hoist more than five years ago, as a reporter working across Wilmington Publishing’s lifting titles.

Training for a job not for a degree
25 June, 2012

Working with the unknown unknown
04 June, 2012
Back in the early days of the Iraq war, Donald Rumsfeld was mocked from all sides for telling a press conference, “There are known knowns; there are things we know we know. There are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things we do not know.

LEEA looks for a global lift
15 May, 2012

Chasing growth around the world
15 May, 2012

Who will benefit from reshoring?
15 May, 2012

International investors in India
15 May, 2012

Perfect vision, all along the line
25 April, 2012

Indian steelmills to Danish space craft
20 March, 2012