British master papermaker James Cropper, owning the only facility in the UK capable of recycling standard coffee cups, recently featured on BBC One’s War on Waste. Because of Liverymen Sir James and Mark Cropper's involvement we asked the company to comment.   Richard Burnett, Market Development Manager from James Cropper, now explains their role in the supply chain.

It's impossible to un-ring a bell, yet over recent months both sides of this EU Referendum have said things which many would hope could be un-said.

What has particularly struck me in all of this is the

Over its six hundred years the Company has reflected English society and much of its iconography is therefore deeply religious. The Hall played a specific role in the translation of the Bible from Latin to English. It should be no surprise therefore that there are religious references throughout the Hall. Today, again mirroring society, the Company does not focus on any one religion and is happy to have members of all persuasions and none!

Over the years the Stationers’ Company has invited 27 people who have contributed significantly to the communications and content industries to become Honorary Freemen and Liverymen of the Company.


Flashes and Flames, Colin Morrison reports:

Stories about the reinvention of daily newspaper companies are often not what they seem. They tend to involve traditional media groups not so much investing in the future of news as placing their bets somewhere else entirely.

There is no doubt that mobile has become a huge platform for consumers to view content. Over 90% of consumers now view their mobile as a channel for streaming information, it is no longer just an electronic device. So what has changed?

Canard-Duchêne Brut NV Champagne

Canard Duchêne Champagne

It is said that in France every 15 seconds one of these bottles is opened! The wine has rich creamy, biscuity aromas and on the palate is bursting with summer fruits and citrus. The Company serves it at receptions, but it also goes particularly well with seafood such as oysters and sushi. 

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So farewell David Bowie; global superstar, rock icon, writer, singer, actor, artist, the very personification of cool, my hero and very astute businessman.

Businessman? Well he’s left £135 million and a back catalogue which will deliver a very healthy living to those astute enough to have invested in ‘Brand Bowie’. You may not have 10% of his talent, I know I haven’t, but there is much we can all learn from him and here are six things that I’ve picked out.

1. The key to career longevity is relevance.

reports without borders thoughtpieceA recent report by Reporters Without Borders (RWB) has announced that 110 journalists have been killed in 2015. The figure below shows where in the world they were killed, Syria and Iraq being two of the most dangerous countries. It also shows how many people were knowingly targeted which totals to an astonishing 67/110 reporters. This totals to 787 journalists being killed since 2005.

david langdown

David Langdown, co-founder of Focus7 International, gives us 4 leadership lessons we can learn from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. 

A Focus7 International Ltd blog

This year, Queen Elizabeth II became the longest reigning monarch in British history. Filled with patriotism, we decided to take a closer look at her time as Queen and see what it is that makes her such a wonderful leader and icon to so many people around the world.

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