Tigerfish Blog

May 1, 2017

Beating the Swiss Wall

Picture the scene… You’ve been skiing all day with friends. And now you’re standing, heart pounding, at the top of a steep, very steep, mogully, icy […]
May 1, 2017

The most crucial question in PR

Do you ever misinterpret what is required? I wonder, if, like me, you sometimes get the wrong end of the stick? Last week I was at […]
May 1, 2017

Five favourite apps for iPad

My ‘oversized phone’ has become an indispensable business tool. From my iPad I type notes, run presentations, record meetings, plan my diary, tweet and blog – […]
May 1, 2017

Why would anyone turn away business?

I was invited to tender (ITT) for some business last week. Quite a big slug of business actually. Yet I declined. As a business woman, it […]
May 1, 2017

What happens to your social media networks when you die?

Bit of a morbid topic, however… More and more of us are putting facets of our lives onto the web, through status updates, videos, photos, check-ins. […]
May 1, 2017

Pitching for business – 6 steps to success

Pitching for business is a way of life for many businesses, and PR is no exception. I always liken it to finding a partner – there […]
May 1, 2017

Six ways to control your message

Have you ever seen a bride and groom stand outside a registry office – and been so swept along by the joyous occasion that you can’t […]
May 1, 2017

Ten Tigerfish top tips for social media (part 2)

(The first five tips are at this blog post: Ten Tigerfish top tips for social media (part 1)) Tip 6 – Create a Facebook business ‘page’ […]
May 1, 2017

Ten Tigerfish top tips for social media (part 1)

I’ve just delivered a training session to a business networking group in Blackburn, and I thought some of the key points were worth reiterating. It’s always […]
May 1, 2017

Reputation or financial performance?

I’ve heard it said that there is a MORI poll, dating back to the 1990’s which claims that when investors were asked what they looked for […]
May 1, 2017

Women in Logistics UK believes that Logistics is the UK’s most underrated career choice

Women in Logistics UK believes that Logistics is the UK’s most underrated career choice.  The organisation is supporting National Careers Week (3rd to 7th March 2014) […]
May 1, 2017

Being brave: similarities between business people and skiers

One of my recurring themes is how the best skiers are just like the best business people. Why? Well, they both need to have courage. Not […]
May 1, 2017

The art of travelling with 48 people

We specialise in logistics PR… so here’s a very personal slant on logistics… a straightforward list of how to survive a coach journey. This year’s ski […]
May 1, 2017

Lift off – four steps of non-spoken communication

You might know that I’m an enthusiastic, but not always coordinated, skier.  The next few blogs will be on a skiing theme – some, but not […]