Experimenting with Google maps API with the intention of mapping my current journey into work with photos. It’s very straightforward and pretty easy to get quick results.
Loading the map and setting the correct longitude and latitude was simple, things are starting to get a little more complicated with adding markers and then adding photos to the markers.
The Kubler Ross Bereavement Model [Denial, Anger, Bargining, Depression and Acceptance] has been used to outline the stages of change that individuals undergo after experiencing catastrophic loss. Exploring the idea that this model can be used to define other less extreme but perhaps imposed periods of change such as moving to a new area, or changing home, ending a relationship.
Plenty has been written arguing that less is more, however I came across this image of the handy Wenger Elite Swiss Army Knife which illustrates the point perfectly. Sometimes when a product is overloaded with features it can be to the detriment of it’s fundamental purpose.
Make it Your Business – Bella Mehta and Lucy Martin
Great presentation from two inspiring business women.
Common sense no nonsense approach to setting up your own business, outlining some of the essentials to running and setting up a new business. Strong business plan, know where you’re going. What is your USP, what’s your elevator pitch. Take the business seriously and price with confidence. Think about key strategic alliances and think laterally about getting them.
Great quote – ‘There are more Davids in the House of Commons than there are women’
The Women in Business event was organised by Finsbury Park Business Forum and held at the impressive Arsenal Emirates Stadium.