Day: September 4, 2020

Four step test to take your business to the next level post-covid from award winning CEO coach, Peter Ryding

Take ten minutes of your time to read and apply this four step test. You’ll need a piece of paper and a pen. Nice and simple. Then revamp your business offering post-covid and move forwards leading your team with absolute passion, drive and clarity.

Peter Ryding is the man that the global brands call in when they need a new change of direction. Maybe their strategies don’t match their goals, their staff are deflated or their bottom lines don’t match their dreams. Either way, using his wealth of experience both in business and psychological insights, he works to turn these companies around, inspiring entire teams as he does so. He speaks to Business Matters and shares a quick four step test that you can do in your lunch-break that can propel your company and mindset forwards in a positive way. Without further ado, over to Peter …

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UK businesses demand urgent talks over fears of Brexit border chaos

Businesses trading with the EU are demanding an urgent meeting with government ministers over concerns there are significant gaps in the UK’s Brexit border preparations.

Eight logistics organisations have written to say they fear the supply chain that keeps supermarket shelves stocked daily will be severely disrupted next year if issues are not resolved before Brexit.

They have expressed concern that some of the IT systems have not yet been tested and with four months to go there is not enough time to educate and train companies in the new systems, fuelling concerns of Brexit border chaos in January.

“If these issues are not addressed … UK business and the supply chain that we all rely so heavily on will be severely disrupted,” said a letter to the Cabinet Office minister, Michael Gove, from the Road Haulage Association, Logistics UK, UK Warehousing Association and others.

Logistics UK, which represents freight

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GM, Honda team up on future cars

GM and Honda have signed a preliminary partnership deal to work together on technology and vehicles.

Source: GM

Ciara Linnane reported the news for MarketWatch:

General Motors Co. and Honda Motor Co. Ltd. said Thursday they have signed a memorandum of understanding to create a strategic alliance in North America and will explore sharing platforms and propulsion systems for some of their vehicles. The agreement builds on one signed in April to jointly develop two all-new electric vehicles for Honda, using GM’s EV platform powered by Ultium batteries, the companies said in a joint statement. “This alliance will help both companies accelerate investment in future mobility innovation by freeing up additional resources,” said GM President Mark Reuss.

The AP’s Tom Krisher wrote:

No details were given on what vehicles would be developed jointly, but the companies said in a statement that planning work will start immediately and include vehicles

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