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How will you spend yours..?

As the ‘big day’ draws ever closer, I’m shunning talk of whether or not it will be a white Christmas this year. Yes, it would be beautiful and extremely festive, but in my mind, it’s still too early to predict so I’m content just to wait and see. What has caught my attention is the

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Cirkle  •  17th Dec 10

Snow joke

If you live in the south of England, like we do, you might have noticed that it’s been snowing. A lot. I am writing this from my house, where I expect to be for quite some time, as my Peugeot 206 does not come with snow chains (some NPD for next year, perhaps?). I’ve been

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Cirkle  •  22nd Dec 09

Is Your Boss a Scrooge?

Fewer than four in ten office workers will definitely have a Christmas party this year, according to new research from YouGov. For many companies, 2009 has been a very difficult year, with redundancies, client losses and cutbacks affecting finances and morale. Many companies have decided that this Christmas it is inappropriate to hold a Christmas

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Cirkle  •  15th Dec 09

The goose is getting fat… but we’re getting thinner!

Apparently, today is the day women will start their Christmas diets, so chances are there’s going to be a lot less cake in the office than in recent weeks (http://www.cirkleblog.com/2009/10/cirkle-takes-one-more-slice-for-charity.html). Six out of ten women are planning to start getting in shape for the festive season, and particularly for their office parties. On average, each

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Cirkle  •  11th Nov 09

Bah Humbug!

According to members of the public interviewed by Brand Republic in their latest video, the common perception is that retailers should wait until late October or November before rolling out their Christmas ranges, and that by launching them too early “puts people off” and is in “bad taste”.The question is…”Are you too put off products

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Cirkle  •  18th Sep 09