Back in the swing of things (just about)

Friday, 6 January 2012, 18:40 | Category : General
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We’d like to take the opportunity to wish everyone a very successful 2012. We certainly saw a resurgence in the demand for comms support across our business in 2011 – alongside the expected and occasionally painful troughs – so long may the former continue.

I’d also like to thank the heavens that this first week is over. Not because it’s tough adjusting after the festive indulgences (well not just that). But because its actually going to be refreshing when normality returns, the vast majority of us are back working our normal hours, and things can actually start progressing again. Don’t get me wrong, I love Christmas and New Year more than most, but that fact that work-wise everything seems to be placed on-hold or take five-times as long, does get a little trying, even with ‘Fairytale of New York’ playing in the background.

Whilst Tuesday was a struggle, it has been nice to see that more and more of my emails and calls have actually been returned as the week has gone on. Hopefully, come next week, it will be business as usual, at least until the May-June bank holiday madness anyway.

And finally, a quick wish that the London Olympics bring with it vast amounts of cash to the UK economy, and subsequently lots of opportunities across all those brands both officially or unofficially involved with it. Whilst the booking website remains an absolute shambles (if anyone actually figures out how to successfully book even a single resale ticket, please let me know), I for one remain very optimistic about what should be a spectacular occasion. And if it’s not for you, a great time to rent out your house/flat and use the money to get as far away from the inevitable public transport disaster as possible.

Here’s to a successful and prosperous 2012!

Russell

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