#121 The Business Hub Show Podcast 01 July 2012Posted by Ian on Jul 1, 2012 in Podcasts | 0 comments
In this week’s show we look at the local business news. In our financial insight we find out if business tax is fair. In our Spotlight on Marketing we explore the AA brand. We find out about a VIP business breakfast that’s happening at the Peterborough East Of England Show. In light of the thousands of credit card details stolen from a hotel business Mark and Ian discuss security best practices in business.
Emma Howgego gives us the latest updates in this weeks business news.
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Spotlight on Marketing
In this weeks “Spotlight on Marketing” from nativeBrand, Lisa Garwood begins the first eposide of her series A-Z of Marketing with the letter “A” …
Which stands for “AA” - The Automobile Association
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It’s easy! Each month Lisa will be covering the next letter in the alphabet, so all you have to do is go to Linked In and search for the group: Spotlight on Marketing (or follow this link http://t.co/TEHq5upw ) – Request an invite to take part.
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Interview Neil Darwin, The Director of Economic Development at Opportunity Peterborough. Professor Alan Barrell from the Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge will speak to delegates on the importance of local and regional business growth; adopting a positive attitude despite the current economic uncertainties; and contemplating a world without border at the first East of England Show Business Hub Breakfast on July 6.
In light of the recent news that Wyndham hotels face FTC complaint after multi-hack attacks where they had thousands of customer credit card details being stolen and published on a Russian hacking site, Ian McKendrick and Mark Peters discuss security best practices that should apply to all businesses no matter how large or small, and Ian gives his advice on where to go to get more information.
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