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A classic interview: interview with IWA’s director Rebecca Schönfelder

IWA’s director Rebecca Schönfelder outlines her plans for the future of IWA OutdoorClassics. Rebecca Schönfelder will take charge of her second IWA event in March. The 31-year-old will manage the 46th edition of the international trade fair, having first joined the

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Living on the Edge

2019, the tipping point for the world economy? China’s growth is slowing; debt is pushing towards a level of 2.5 times the size of its economy.  After 40 years of fabulous growth, fuelled to a large extent by private companies,

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Kicked To The Curb

To put the bins out I have to take 52 steps down from my back door to the front gate. Our rubbish has to be ‘protected’ in big, black, seagull-proof, hessian sacks. Inevitably, despite an almost religious adherence to the

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German Endeavour

Famed internationally for its efficiency and engineering expertise, Germany can be a tough nut to crack for the unprepared entrepreneur, says Roger Williams Organisation – that’s what strikes you about Germany. This does have its downsides. Structurally, you can never

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Facts or Conjecture?

The social media epidemic detracts from the real facts and figures of world banking, as Roger Williams discovers According to surveys of behaviour, people younger than me, particularly those in their teens, twenties and early thirties, do not simply watch

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Nuremberg trials & tribulations

Want to know what IWA is really like? We received this anonymous report from an IWA first-timer last year, giving us an alternative view… Come to Nuremberg, they said. See the trade, they said. And I did – mostly the

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