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Merry Christmas 2014

Merry Christmas 2014 from Donncha Hughes

2014 was a great year for my business thanks to all my wonderful customers! I want to take this opportunity to thank you for retaining my services – particularly all those repeat customers! I would also like to thank everyone who thought of me and mentioned my name when asked for assistance in areas which […]

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Service Moments during our recent holiday

The Blackpool Train

This is my first post since returning to work after a family holiday. It is not a post about my holidays in Blackpool, as no-one is really interested in another person’s holiday – admit it we only care about our own! It is rather some thoughts on our experiences as customers of various services providers […]

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Happy Christmas from Donncha Hughes

Happy Christmas from Donncha Hughes

I would like to take this opportunity to wish a very Happy Christmas to all the people who I met for mentoring, training and consultancy this year. 2012 was a very busy and productive year. I thank you all for making my ‘job’ very rewarding. And thanks to all my customers for their continued business. […]

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Latest report on Entrepreneurship in Ireland

Cover of Global Entrepreneurship Monitor Ireland 2010

Ireland’s Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) report 2010 was launched by Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton T.D. on the 30th June 2011. The report, sponsored by Enterprise Ireland, confirms that Ireland’s entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well. There has been a decrease in the level of early stage entrepreneurial activity reflecting the current economic challenges. However, the rate of start-up enterprise activity in Ireland continues to be one of the highest within Europe.

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Alan Sugar and the success of Sky TV

Alan Sugar book - what you see is what you get

Chapter 12 of ‘What You See Is What You Get: My Autobiography’ by Alan Sugar (2010) is fascinating. It tells how Amstrad reinvented itself by helping Rupert Murdoch to launch Sky. I love stories. This particular story is fascinating as it shows superb lateral thinking by Alan Sugar and his team. Around 1988, satellite dishes and receivers were on the market for approximately £5,000. In June of that year, Alan Sugar agreed that Amstrad would develop satellite receiving equipment which would sell in the shops for £199.

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