Don’t forget the garlic bread!

As lockdown eases and the economy starts moving again, Seb and I have been busy, sitting down with lots of Private Clients to discuss the marketing they’re going to be ...

Boxseat to bystander

I logged onto Skype over the weekend. I remember first using Skype at the age of 16 or so, and thinking it was the best thing since sliced bread, but ...

Don’t be a Dick van Dyke

Being a chimney sweep is a tough gig. Not only do you get soot over yourself on a daily basis, but you’re also reliant on people wanting to use traditional ...

Marketing Lessons From Talk Sport

As you know, I love sport, and I also love marketing. Which means that my daily commute involves listening to TalkSPORT, enjoying the football chat and analysing the ads in ...

Thom Wordsmith

It’s something a bit different from me this week. You’ll probably have noticed that most of my content is delivered on video, but today I’m going back to basics and ...

What did I buy and why?

I was in Solihull last week with Jamie, Mark and Davina when something caught my eye and I bought it. But why did I buy? I explain all in my ...

Backyard football…

Last week I was rummaging through the top drawer, looking for an old notebook when I came across this: In case you can’t see the family resemblance, it’s a picture ...

Not your normal Thursday…

For most business owners, yesterday was just your average Thursday in August. But in one particular industry, it was anything but. In that industry, yesterday saw £170 million being spent. ...