At a time when many people and businesses are struggling at the pace of change, worry and financial instability, Norfolk Networkers were wowed with a positive morning of active thinking early this December.
The last 18 months have meant a lot of us have had to deviate from ‘the plan’ whether it’s in our workplace, a business plan or a personal one. An enlightening talk about improvisation from Clive Rounce at the most recent Norfolk Network MIXER...
An emotional paradox. That curious yet wonderful feeling when you spend so many months wanting, thinking and dreaming about something, and finally when that moment arrives you still can't quite comprehend or believe that it's happened.
Face-to-face networking may still be on pause, but Norfolk Network is ready to take on 2021 with renewed purpose, rigour, and events. Lucy Marks is the driving force, whose passionate determination has burned at its brightest this year.
Lockdown has begun. The “Way Ahead” group has changed its name to “Bounce-Back”. Leader Ian is trying to galvanise his less than enthusiastic team into action. They are of course meeting virtually.
Zooming from sunny Bournemouth Adam Greenwood, CEO of Greenwood Campbell, paints a technological future changed by lockdown. He believes the pandemic may alter how people view technology, paving the way for greater acceptance and applications.
In a retail and commercial career spanning more than 30 years and six sectors (footwear, toys, extreme sports, recruitment, football, music), Stephen Balmer-Walters has learned a lot about building teams.
Amazon has transformed both shopping for consumers and selling for retailers. With more than 350 million products to choose from you’re sure to find what you’re looking for.
Many of us still think creativity is something to do with the arts, music or fashion. And while artists, musicians and fashion designers are creative, they don't own creativity.