Monthly Archives: May 2011

Audioblog on Entrepreneurship – Discussion between Gordon Chesterman, Director of Cambridge University Careers Service and Richard Lucas

(This interview was published on the Cambridge University Careers department web site in 2008  behind a password wall.. I’m re posting it here on Soundcloud  Our Director, Gordon Chesterman met with Richard during a recent visit to Cambridge and asked … Continue reading

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Against corporate social responsibility – CSR

Several years ago I was surveyed by a Chamber of Commerce about the Corporate Social Responsibility policies at PMR, the company I then led. I found so annoying one of the questions “what steps do you take to ensure your … Continue reading

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Questions to ask before, during and after you start your internship

Introduction This article should be useful to companies designing or running internship programs, who want make them successful, and to interns who want to make sure that they end up in the right sort of company where they are appreciated … Continue reading

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Why Trade Fairs are not a waste of time – an interview with the editor of Speciality Chemicals Magazine

Richard Lucas interviewed Dr. Andrew Warmington, the Editor of Speciality Chemicals Magazine. Exhibitors have complained since the beginning of time that fairs have ‘too many’ visitors who are not buyers but competitors, students and people who are trying to sell … Continue reading

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PMR speaks to Consulting Company Kline’s CEO – Joe Tarantola

Richard Lucas was speaking to Joe Tarantola CEO of Kline: PMR has been a close partner of Kline for many years, with strong cultural and personal affinities. Joe Tarantola is CEO of Kline, a highly successful worldwide consulting and research … Continue reading

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William A. Cohen, PhD, Major General, USAFR, Ret. on success and leadership

Introduction William A Cohen is a recognised expert on leadership The Institute of Leader Arts He runs a leadership training institute and you can see him here I was very interested to see that a retired soldier was advising about … Continue reading

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Using multi lingual Google Adwords for international export sales and market research

January 8th, 2009 · No Comments Cheaper, better and faster ways to have new customers come to you. Introduction Successful marketing managers are measured more by the quality and number of quality sales leads they generate than the soft fuzzy … Continue reading

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An interview with Maciej Noworyta – school boy and founder of

March 15th, 2010 Maciej Noworyta is the founder of and won a school entrepreneurship competition at The Marie Skłodowska-Curie high school in Skawina Poland in February 2010. 12 pupils with exceptional extra currucula contributions to school and local life … Continue reading

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Helping school children find out about the world of work – low cost high impact best practice from Winchester College, UK

An interview with David Baldwin – July 2008 David Baldwin is a retired teacher at Winchester College Winchester College is of the UK’s oldest and best known schools (for pupils from 12-18 year olds) – who has revitalized the careers … Continue reading

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