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OXFORDPROSPECT – A fifth of UK based businesses regard catalogues as out-dated

A fifth of UK based businesses regard catalogues as out-dated, despite a third of those that use them crediting 40% of their overall sales as a direct result of them. According to a new report, recently released by a direct marketing specialist, one in five businesses believe catalogues to be out-dated, despite those that used catalogues seeing two fifths of their sales driven via the channel.

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Why are energy companies failing to communicate with the public?

Why are energy companies failing to communicate with the public?

 

28 August 2014 by Nicholas Newman www.nicnewmanoxford.com 

 

Europe’s energy companies are facing public protests and opposition to almost every newly announced potentially disruptive energy project. For example, protests against a new power line in Bavaria occurred in July 2014. Widespread and prolonged opposition by locals and outsiders, camped in the village of Balcombe UK, protested against fracking in 2013 and protests against wind farms in Ireland occurred during January 2014. There are too many examples of energy projects generating protests and opposition leading to costly delays and even abandonment in spite of the likely environmental, market and energy security benefits such schemes are likely to bring to communities and the country. http://www.europeanenergyreview.eu/site/pagina.php?id=4300

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Why are energy companies failing to communicate with the public?

Why are energy companies failing to communicate with the public?

 

28 August 2014 by Nicholas Newman www.nicnewmanoxford.com 

 

Europe’s energy companies are facing public protests and opposition to almost every newly announced potentially disruptive energy project. For example, protests against a new power line in Bavaria occurred in July 2014. Widespread and prolonged opposition by locals and outsiders, camped in the village of Balcombe UK, protested against fracking in 2013 and protests against wind farms in Ireland occurred during January 2014. There are too many examples of energy projects generating protests and opposition leading to costly delays and even abandonment in spite of the likely environmental, market and energy security benefits such schemes are likely to bring to communities and the country. http://www.europeanenergyreview.eu/site/pagina.php?id=4300

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Why are energy companies failing to communicate with the public?

Why are energy companies failing to communicate with the public?

 

28 August 2014 by Nicholas Newman www.nicnewmanoxford.com 

 

Europe’s energy companies are facing public protests and opposition to almost every newly announced potentially disruptive energy project. For example, protests against a new power line in Bavaria occurred in July 2014. Widespread and prolonged opposition by locals and outsiders, camped in the village of Balcombe UK, protested against fracking in 2013 and protests against wind farms in Ireland occurred during January 2014. There are too many examples of energy projects generating protests and opposition leading to costly delays and even abandonment in spite of the likely environmental, market and energy security benefits such schemes are likely to bring to communities and the country. http://www.europeanenergyreview.eu/site/pagina.php?id=4300

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OXFORDPROSPECT – Top 10 Outdoors Things to do in Oxfordshire

This summer, Experience Oxfordshire launched a brand new campaign to celebrate Oxfordshire’s fantastic natural environment. As part of the campaign, Experience Oxfordshire has put together the Top 10 Outdoors Things to do in Oxfordshire – have a look and get inspired for your next weekend break!

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OXFORDPROSPECT – POIROT AT THE PLAYHOUSE

Agatha Christie’s murder mystery BLACK COFFEE may have been written in 1929, but it still thrilled and engaged the audience at last night’s performance at the Oxford Playhouse. During the interval I heard members of the audience avidly discussing clues and theories about the identity and motives of the possible killers. “Maybe there’s something going on between the butler and the aunt…no, the secretary and the niece … what about Carelli, he’s the obvious suspect…”

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