In the Mood for Chocolate

Chocolate Festival at South Bank, London (08-10.12.2012) There is a growing tendency to organise different kinds of selling activities, such as fairs and open-air markets and call it a festival. Perhaps, because it sounds better, is associated with fun, and doesn’t directly refer to spending money. Particularly, when the advertising boldly claims “Free admission”. In reality, beyond … Continue reading

Raymond Aaron and Caprice at Entrepreneurs 2012

It took me a while to write this post as I had rather mixed feelings about this event. I was expecting, or at least hoping that there will be some sort of educating, and networking programme, where you could meet successful people, and learn from their experience. In a way it was like this. There were many … Continue reading

[Gotye Live] There Is More Than One Song to It

Gotye Hypnotises the Audience at HMV Apollo, London A couple of days ago I proudly announced to my colleagues that I am going to Gotye concert. – Wow! That’s cool. But, do they have any other songs apart from that “Somebody… something”?? the common reply was. It shouldn’t come as a surprise, that people are … Continue reading

Thriller Live – The Greatest Franchise Ever Sold

Thriller Live

Michael Jackson is no longer a person, it is a brand that will always be selling incredibly well. During his lifetime this singer gained such an enormous popularity that people continue “buying” him even after his death. In fact, it might sound cynical, but the last made his concerts affordable to the overwhelming majority. Not … Continue reading

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