Live and Die by the Technology (Quite Literally)

My work gives me the opportunity to work with fantastic technology companies from apps and enterprise software developers to advanced engineering firms in aerospace, automotive and more. My role is to bring ideas to life, to take products to market and the focus is on addressing a challenge/need. Working (typically) on a cost-driven model, that... Continue Reading →

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Britney – The Full Package

So Britney just kicked off her UK tour at Brighton Pride this weekend. Whilst trying to secure some foothold of space in the packed crowds and peering between shoulders I realised that this pop icon is the full package and it's not necessarily because of the understood product she is selling. At her roots she... Continue Reading →

Book Recommendation: The Silk Roads

I read as much as I can, from audiobooks to classically curling up to a good paper page turner. I am mostly a non-fiction reader and the main reason I read is to give me different perspectives and to teach me to broaden my knowledge, perceptions and generate ideas. I finished The Silk Roads, A... Continue Reading →

Anyone Can Print

I come from the digital sector and now work in advanced engineering. We are on the cusp of a new frontier and what we've seen in the past 35 years in digital is starting to happen with engineering. Back in the early noughties, the internet was accessible. In the 80's the internet were rooms dedicated... Continue Reading →

Drunk Tank Pink

DRUNK TANK PINK (n) : A bubblegum-pink color; in the early 1980s, psychologists daubed jail cells with drunk tank pink paint and discovered that the color calmed aggressive prisoners.  Soon, enterprising football coaches began painting their visitors’ locker rooms with the same shade, hoping to pacify their opponents.  Buses painted their seats pink and discovered... Continue Reading →

“Queen of the Curve”: 18 Influential Works by Zaha Hadid

When Zaha Hadid passed away in March 2016, she left the world of architecture with an irreplaceable legacy. As the first woman to receive the Pritzker Architecture Prize (2004), she was described by the Guardian of London as the "Queen of the curve" who "liberated architectural geometry, giving it a whole new expressive identity."

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Time to grow

My company, SBW Consultancy designs strategies, builds partnerships and develops value propositions. What is unique is that our client base is primarily inspiration programmes like the BLOODHOUND programme and fast-growth start-ups like Payfriendz. This has enabled the business to refine and iterate it's services and importantly it's way of working with clients. What has happened to... Continue Reading →

The Lobster Story

Lobsters grow, but their shells don't. So when a lobster grows it is in discomfort, struggling in the shell that it has. When it can't take the discomfort any more, it will then go under cover to shed the shell. Allowing it to re-grow a shell that is more suitable for its size. This tale is... Continue Reading →

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