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9 July 2014
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Small Business
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Quality Solicitors now available in Winchester

The renowned QualitySolicitors service has become available for the first time in Winchester. Knight Polson who are members of the national group have taken an office at Hampshire Workspace’s Southgate Chambers building in the centre of the city. Quality Solicitors is a partnership of like-minded solicitors. Their aim is to put client service at the […]


16 June 2014
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England vs Italy: The Lesson for Small Businesses

The pundits say the biggest problem England had in their World Cup match against Italy was their defence, namely a big hole on the left. Or as manager Roy Hodgson put it, ‘We didn’t defend that area well.’ A great goal by Sturridge meant nothing because the English defence let Italy score twice. One of […]


21 May 2014
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Uncategorized
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How A Virtual Office Boosts AJ Computers

Adam Bates is one of Hampshire Workspace’s ‘virtual office’ clients but there’s nothing ghostly about Adam and his business, AJ Computers. He may not have an office in our Southgate Chambers building but we see Adam pretty much every day. A virtual office provides all the services of an office without the need to rent […]


16 May 2014
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Perception or Misperception?

Every morning we tweet a quote. A recent one set off a few lively discussions. In a sneaky job interview technique, Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos, asks a candidate, ‘What would you say is the biggest misperception people have of you?’, then follows up with the killer question, ‘What’s the difference between perception and misperception?’ […]


31 March 2014
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Don’t Call Girls The B Word

Calling girls a certain word that begins with B is damaging to them, to business and to society, according to Sheryl Sandberg, who is Facebook’s Chief Operating Officer. The word we’re talking about is ‘Bossy’. Ms Sandberg wants to ban it. I don’t suppose she really wants to change the First Amendment that protects free […]

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