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Tom Arber: White Cloth Gallery Exhibition

Louise Fletcher

Opera North and Yorkshire- based photographer, Tom Arber give a rare glimpse behind the scenes in their white cloth gallery exhibition. Looking to show opera from a new angle they spawned a collaboration to create an exhibition which would wow opera veterans and virgins alike. Tom spent a week in residence with Opera North in September 2014 as they prepared ...

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The 7 Key Elements of a Clear Value Proposition for Networking

Networking Tips article

Many business owners, directors and sales people, use networking as a means of attracting business – but the results can sometimes be disappointing. According to William Buist, CEO of Abelard and Founder of xTEN Club, creating a great value proposition addresses this and increases the number and quality of your referrals. A value proposition presents a clear picture of what ...

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4 Ways to Sell Technology (and almost anything else) by Creating an Experience

Modern technology is designed with user experience (UX) at the forefront. Customers want all the latest features, but they also want something that is easy and fun to use. Here’s 4 ways to sell technology! This is where Apple managed to revolutionise the technology marketplace in the early 2000s. By focusing on the UX of their mp3-player, the iPod, they ...

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10 Strategic Imperatives for Every Business

Business Article

There are 10 key strategic imperatives every business needs to understand if it’s to be successful. According to William Buist, CEO of Abelard and Founder of xTEN Club, these 10 are a solid outline of how best to approach your career as an entrepreneur: 1. Be Clear In all of your marketing material, emails, and social media, clarity is the ...

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How to Use Visual Aids when Presenting

Increased Sales

How to use visual aids effectively and creatively when giving a presentation Visual aids can be a very useful part of a business presentation – but not if you just stick to boring PowerPoint slides. There are only three reasons for using visual aids: 1) to make a point crystal clear to your audience 2) to make your point memorable ...

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REVIEW: Brooklyn Bar & New York Burger Kitchen

Brooklyn Bar

City Dweller and socialite, Rachel Flynn catches up with a friend for a night out at another great Leeds bar – the Brooklyn Bar and New York Kitchen. There’s nothing like a catch up with a friend where great food, boozy drinks and a good old gossip is involved. With this in mind I took my mate down to Brooklyn ...

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Alphabet Club, a film by Jamie Fletcher

Rob Wilson - Blogging for Leeds

Alphabet Club A film by Jamie Fletcher 8 DECEMBER 2014 HYDE PARK PICTURE HOUSE, LEEDS Doors open 19:00  Film starts 19:10 £3 entrance, tickets available from the Hyde Park Picture House. Alphabet Club is part of The Dancing Bear Trilogy, a series of talks, films and performances by Leeds-based director Jamie Fletcher that aims to engage and encourage different audiences ...

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World AIDS Day 2014 – Wild Combination Screening

Rob Wilson - Blogging for Leeds

World Aids Day 2014 As part of World Aids Day 2014 there is a screening of the documentary ‘Wild Combination: A Portrait of Arthur Russell’ at Wharf Chambers on Monday 1st December. For the uninitiated, Russell created music that spanned across a myriad of genres. His music spanned from folk, art rock, to disco and the sparse experimentation of works ...

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No Going Back – 1 Model 100 Artists Exhibition & Auction

Rob Wilson - Blogging for Leeds

Hosted by Leeds based charity, No Going Back at White Cloth Gallery, Aire Street, Leeds 7.00 pm (doors open) Monday, 15 December 2014 Leeds based charity, No Going Back, is holding its first auction to raise much needed funds. The auction and art exhibition will be held at the White Cloth Gallery, Leeds at 7pm on 15th December 2014. The ...

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Leeds Cafe LGBT Friendly – Moments

Rob Wilson - Blogging for Leeds

Leeds seems to be recently booming with independent coffee shops, fighting back against the bland branded places that are trying to take over the country. These Leeds Cafe independents bring a great range options with them, and they’re often more welcoming and comfortable than their mainstream rivals. Some of the Leeds cafes have been around for a while and have ...

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