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We have known for a long time that the way we presented ourselves to the world was a contradiction, we talk about our big projects and clients, but show only our more mainstream work. This is largely to do with the NDAs (Non-Disclosure Agreements) we have with our marketing partners, so we cannot show the […]

Some time ago we had a chat with a marketing guy who pointed out the issues with our main site (www.kehorne.co.uk) because it was trying to (and failing) at pointing out what we do and in what markets. Because we have a rather diverse client base the site was confusing, making us look too small […]

It may feel like everything is closed and no one is working, but some businesses are busy – and most are open to suggestions on how they can carry on trading. Clearly this is not true for all – if you are a hairdresser or a barber for example, you can’t help people to cut […]

Well, we have had an interesting start to 2020 with Coronavirus and the subsequent lockdown. By now, some 5 weeks into a lockdown, most of us in the business world are fully versed on how we should be approaching a “working” situation and/or how to get through it. But the next big issue is how […]

Now more than ever, with the madness and sadness going on around us, we need to stay connected. Yes, that’s an obvious statement, and this message is everywhere. However, some struggle with the very concept of connecting, networking and socialising.  In my opinion, our ability, even our need, to connect and socialise changes dramatically as […]

Top Ten Tips for Getting a Better Night’s Sleep We’ve done the hard work for you and collated some recommended ways to get a better night’s sleep. But first, in case you’ve had your head in the sand (or under a pillow if you’re lucky!) a reminder of why sleep is essential. It affects our […]

In recognition of International Women’s Day this Sunday, 8th March, we thought it appropriate to take a look at an amazing, yet seemingly ordinary woman who played her part to influence the world we live in today. And although over half a century ago, her work took place no more than 30 mins away from […]

A week after telling you all to ‘Love your customers’ on Valentine’s Day, it’s still a topic of conversation in the Kehorne office because we’re still talking about the news that after the collapse of the Woodford Empire (last year) the 300,000 investors were told at the end of January they were to lose almost […]

Those who read our news articles regularly will recognise I’ve written about this before. But you see I read and hear people complaining about the noise from Heathrow (LHR) so often, the time has come to reiterate my thoughts. Again. Here are my pet grievances on the topic. First, for those that live in and […]