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Business Growth Part 2: Growth Management
Fast‐growth companies illustrate, over a short space of time, the opportunities, threats, problems and pitfalls of business growth. After carrying out a general survey of fast‐growing companies inExpand
The role of competitive intelligence in biotech startups.
Competitive intelligence (CI) gathering is essential to developing a biotech firm's business strategy, but few startups have sufficient support systems in place to do CI effectively. This article,Expand
Business Growth Part 1: Fast Growth
Fast‐growth companies illustrate, over a short space of time, the opportunities, threats, problems and pitfalls of business growth. After carrying out a general survey of fast‐growing companies inExpand
Business Growth Part 3: How to Grow – Routes and Recommendations
The importance of reviewing the opportunities for, and the barriers to, growth are examined. Ways of measuring growth are discussed, and five routes to business growth are outlined – marketExpand
Enlightenment and Dissent
Using the Public Involvement Impact Assessment Framework to assess the impact of public involvement in a mental health research context: A reflective case study
We assess the utility of the Public Involvement Impact Assessment Framework (PiiAF) as a resource to support research teams in assessing the impact of Public Involvement across diverse research andExpand
Business Growth – How to Achieve and Sustain It
Successful growth companies represent the future. Their opportunistic, customer‐responsive styles and operating practices are just what today′s turbulent, competitive environment demands. As theyExpand
John Jebb and the Enlightenment Origins of British Radicalism
John and Ann Jebb An Education in Latitude Cambridge Patriot Science, Scripture, and Socialism Religion and Moral Philosophy A Second Reformation A Storm in Cambridge Teacups Doctor in London AmericaExpand
RATIONAL DISSENT, ENLIGHTENMENT, AND ABOLITION OF THE BRITISH SLAVE TRADE*
  • A. Page
  • Sociology
  • The Historical Journal
  • 29 July 2011
ABSTRACT Following British abolition of the slave trade in 1807, the origins and nature of popular abolitionism have been much debated among historians. Traditionally, religion was seen as theExpand
The Seventy Years War, 1744–1815, and Britain’s Fiscal-Naval State
Abstract This article argues that we should view Britain as fighting a ‘Seventy Years War’ with France between the battles of Fontenoy in 1745 and Waterloo in 1815. Through years of hot and cold war,Expand
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