Check out the speakers for the Thames Valley International Conference at Microsoft on 1st April Then enter our competition and tell us why you should be there on us… Bryan Glick Computer Weekly Opening Keynote: Technology trends, challenges and business … Continue reading Speakers at Thames Valley International Technology Conference
Philip Turner hosted his President’s night at The Guildhall in Windsor A most stunning venue, being an ex council employee he obviously got the pensioner discount for the evening 😉 Obvious his introduction to the evening was appreciated by the … Continue reading Philip Turner’s Windsor & Eton Rotary Presidents Night
Sean Michael Hayes had to walk into this one… Sean is one of our citizen bloggers from the colonies who skateboards & scribbles his way around the globe, crowd funding along the way… this week, well at least last week, … Continue reading Of all the book shops in all the world…
Watching Clive de Carle’s latest episode of The Health Revolution last night and he talks about how we could all be eating free food… we all love free… go have a listen… Hey mum, he mentions Todmorden… Love this quote… … Continue reading How would you like FREE FOOD?
I recently persuaded my fellow Rotarians to buy two fishing boats for two villages in the Philippines and have been very impressed with the level of management being shown by the local Philippines Rotary Clubs. There was trepidation about investing … Continue reading Rotary ONE BOAT for the Philippines Project
We have recently seen several businesses seriously affected by flooding or blocked access. St Mark’s Square in Venice floods regularly. I have had the pleasure of walking across chairs to reach St Mark’s. Planks and chairs are one solution but … Continue reading When the chips are down, what will security cost you?
Just before Christmas I had the pleasure to meet a woman who makes fused glass ornaments and jewelry. She was running a stall at a craft market in Winchester. The displayed works of art were all her own and it … Continue reading Risk consideration is not just for mega-corporations