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It’s so powerful when a customer stands up and talks about why they’ve bought your product and, more importantly, why they think others should too. It’s the equivalent of commercial gold dust. Your customers and prospects will listen to what someone … Continue reading
On Sunday 1st May musicians from Donegal, including Daniel O’Donnell, will join together in central Glasgow to perform in a musical celebration of Ireland’s ‘forgotten county’. In this post I interview one of the founders of Donegal Live, Hugh Harkin, … Continue reading