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BUSINESS FIRST June\July 2012 www.businessfirstmagazine.co.uk


CONTRIBUTORS


Katy Lassetter is a writer and marketing professional who has worked for a global publisher and a variety of clients from the education and charity sectors to leisure and retail. She specialises in news and feature articles, blog posts and web copy. She has a passion for creative writing, particularly poetry and stories for children and young adults. www.chichestercopywriter.co.uk


Tim Price is Director of Investment at PFP Wealth Management in London. A graduate of Oxford University, Tim has 20 years of investment experience, across both institutional and private client investment management. Says he is ‘engaged in the (perhaps quixotic) pursuit of capital preservation and growth in real terms.’ He blogs weekly at thepriceofeverything.typepad.com @timfprice


Mina Holland is a freelance writer on food, the arts and travel for The Guardian and The Observer amongst others. Her first book The Edible Atlas is published by Canongate in 2014 and takes an inspiring approach to international cuisine. She is one half of supper club, The Novel Diner. Before turning her hand to writing, she worked in advertising. www.noveldiner.tumblr.com @thenoveldiner


Penny Webb is the founder of Familias and Company. She works with individual executives, family organisations and boards to build professional leadership capabilities and improved relationships. She has consulted for family businesses in the private and public sectors in the UK, Europe, North America, the Middle East and Asia. www.familiasco.com


Joe Roseman is an economist and former Head of Macro Research and Portfolio Manager at Moore Capital Management. Joe is a regular contributor to Business First and Investment Week. He recently wrote and published SWAG: Alternative Investments for the Coming Decade which quickly became one of the UK’s top selling investment books. www.swaginvestor.co.uk


Ian Michaelwaite was a long-time IT sales and marketing expert before joining Netweather, a company founded in 2003 by his brother Paul. Netweather provides businesses and local councils with strategic meteorological information, as well as offering storm-chasing tours in the USA. Ian is a frequent commentator on the weather on national TV, press and radio. www.netweather.tv


Tom Gosling is a partner at PwC in London. He advises the boards of multinational clients on executive remuneration and governance issues across sectors, including a dozen FTSE-100 companies. He is a qualified Actuary and has a PhD in Mathematics. Prior to joining PwC he was a Research Fellow at the University of Cambridge in the UK.


Michael Nicholson MBE is a Royal Navy reject who consequently spent some 30 years in the Army achieving very little. Since retiring from the Royal Artillery in the mid 1990s, he has devoted his time to helping Armed Forces people of all ranks find employment - the single most important aspect of resettlement for folk that have so much to offer to the UK's economy. www.forcesbusinessnet.com


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