Issue 3 2021

Welcome to the March issue of Corporate Vision magazine, providing you with all of the latest news and features from across the corporate landscape in 2021.

Yet another month has passed, and with it comes the closing of 2021’s first quarter. Though the world is still being put to rights following the events of 2020, the business world is looking beyond the present to the wealth of opportunities and hope that the future holds. One of the most exciting things about the future is the emergence of new technologies, and ways in which technology can be used to enhance life.

One of our showcased companies in this issue of Corporate Vision is Hydronalix, a company that is harnessing the power of automotive technology to create unmanned marine vehicles. Technology is one thing, but having it in the right hands is another thing entirely. Another of our highlighted success stories is that of Bruce Clay Inc., a firm that is celebrated for fantastic services and offerings within search engine optimisation training. The world is getting more digital, and Bruce Clay Inc. is right there at the cutting edge.

If this is what the first quarter of 2021 has to offer, then my hope and expectation is that this will be a year to remember for many businesses as they come back from a harrowing 2020. Whatever may come, there is sure to be innovation, success, and excitement aplenty. Until then, stay safe and well, and enjoy the success stories within these pages. See you in April!

Issue 2 2021

Welcome to the February issue of Corporate Vision magazine, providing you with all of the latest news and features from across the corporate landscape.

Another month down and we’re closer to closing out the first quarter of 2021. Whilst – for many of us – the world hasn’t quite returned to normal, the business world is preparing to jump forward to recover lost time. Last year was a stalling period, a time to pause and strengthen what could be strengthened and to reinforce foundational values. In some ways, years from now, 2020 might be seen as a blessing in disguise – as challenging as it was at the time. After all, it was easy to get wrapped up in the unstoppable march of the greater landscape, and to leave important considerations to the side in favour of more growth and more market share. I know of many companies – of all sizes – who took the opportunity to refocus attentions and take stock of what might have been missed in years prior.

If 2020 had any benefit, it was this.

It is my expectation, then, that 2021 will herald a time of immense productivity and focus. And here, at Corporate Vision, we plan on keeping up with it all. So stay tuned. It might be a touch chaotic.

But, for now, enjoy what is in these pages and have a good month ahead – See you next issue!

Issue 1 2021

Welcome to the January issue of Corporate Vision magazine, providing you with all of the latest news and features from across the corporate landscape.

As we take the first tentative steps into a new year – somewhat hesitantly, impacted as we all are by the challenges of the previous twelve months – it’s important to focus on what good things did happen in 2020. The groundwork that was established. The new products that were launched. The changes that were made to better protect businesses moving forward.

By all regards, technology played a key role in 2020. From keeping people connected when we all felt so very distant from one another, to opening new doors for companies of all sizes to continue, in whatever way they could. In many ways, it’s the closest the business world has come to being fully integrated with technology, across all industries and sectors. In all locations. It’s difficult to see how those close ties can now be untangled, so entangled as it is in the fabric of the professional business landscape. If nothing else, it will be interesting to see how this symbiotic relationship develops, and how businesses -who perhaps had ignored those elements in years past – embrace the opportunities that the online world and better connectivity can offer.

But, for now, let’s hope 2021 proves to be a better year for everyone. See you next month!

 

Issue 12 2020

Welcome to the December issue of Corporate Vision magazine, providing you with all of the latest news and features from across the corporate landscape. For the last edition of 2020, we have collected a diverse selection of insightful pieces which reflect and celebrate the accomplishments many businesses have achieved during the last 12 months, despite all that has happened.

From a gigabit internet service provider for recreational spaces which has established a reputation for being an influential leader in wireless technology, to a successful platform that holds billions of data points on millions of UK companies, that can be used by investors, advisors and corporates as information and insights to make faster decisions – all of these businesses share common traits such as optimism and success which has enabled them to reach extraordinary heights during these times of uncertainty.

Taking time to provide us with an insight into how businesses can achieve excellence by incorporating three core pillars into their practice, is Mr Rodney Peyton, OBE MD who features on the cover of this month’s issue. Mr Peyton has outlined how Vision, Culture and Branding are key factors in achieving Corporate Excellence.

The only thing left to say, is that I hope that you all have a Merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year, and we look forward to welcoming you back in 2021.

Issue 11 2020

Welcome to the November edition of Corporate Vision magazine, your monthly source for all of the latest news and features from across the corporate landscape.

From the latest updates from the marketing and coaching sector or recent innovative technology launches, we are devoted to finding and accumulating all of these insightful pieces to create our monthly publication.

As we enter the final month of 2020, we begin to reflect on the rollercoaster ride this year has been for countless businesses, regardless of their location or sector, and highlight the opportunities and successes which have blossomed.

Whether it be a drastic increase in the interest to their products or profit made, or being able to continue working during these unusual times, this month’s issue of Corporate Vision is filled with diverse selection of pieces which celebrate the accomplishments of consultancy firms, regenerative therapy companies and even a AI solutions company. One company in particular which grace our cover of this month’s issue is Global Touch, a shining example of how to stay ahead of the game, even during times of uncertainty.

As always, the team here at Corporate Vision hope you stay safe and that you have a wonderful month ahead.

Issue 10 2020

Welcome to the October issue of Corporate Vision Magazine. As always, we are a monthly publication devoted to providing you with the latest insight and news from across the corporate landscape. Whether it be the latest in marketing, coaching, and HR or the hottest new optimisation technologies, we seek to provide business owners and managers with the tools to drive the future of better business.

Future is really the key word in that mission statement. While the past is the past and the present can be seen as set in stone (the path we’re on decided by decisions made days, months or years ago), the future is almost optimistic by definition. Changeable. Malleable. While 2020 has been a textbook example of plans thrown out the window, 2021 is tinged with the promise of improvement.

With all of this in mind, this month’s inclusions are looking to the future to bring about change to their business and those around them. From next generation recruitment techniques to the latest IT project management technologies, we’ve spotlighted a few companies and their leaders who look to better the future.

As always, we hope you stay safe out there. Have a wonderful month ahead.

Issue 9 2020

Welcome to the September issue of Corporate Vision Magazine. A monthly publication devoted to providing you with the latest insight and news from across the corporate landscape.

In this month’s edition, we have amassed a fine selection of articles which celebrate the success that a number of businesses have had during these turbulent times.

From an innovative software development agency which wastes no time in finding ways to achieve the best results for those they work with, through to a full video production studio which has discovered new ways of production despite the unprecedented circumstances we find ourselves in today, this is just a glimpse of the extraordinary accomplishments made by firm’s across the globe.

The team at Corporate Vision sincerely hope that you are all well and staying safe. As always, we will be here to provide you with the latest features from across the corporate landscape and look forward to hearing from you.

Issue 8 2020

CV Issue 8 2020 cover

Welcome to the August edition of Corporate Vision magazine. Your monthly source for all of the latest news and features from across the global corporate landscape.

With lockdown restrictions gradually being lifted, businesses are starting to take the steps to normality, or as many have labelled it “the new normal”. For many, these unprecedented times have been an opportunity to truly test new business practices such as working from home or real estate agencies offering virtual tours.

Within this issue, we have accumulated a few insightful pieces together which showcases how various businesses have adapted to and overcome some of the challenges posed by the pandemic. From a leading international transport and logistics company through to an innovative green technology firm, there is an interesting mix of pieces for you to read.

For now, I hope you are all well and staying safe. As always, the team here at Corporate Vision will be here to deliver the latest features from across the corporate landscape and look forward to hearing from you.

Issue 7 2020

Corporate Vision Issue 7 2020 cover

Welcome to the July edition of Corporate Vision magazine. As always, we aim to bring you the latest news and features from across the global corporate landscape.

And so we begin a rather tentative reopening. Some of you, I’m sure, are eager to get back to full operation, while others are more trepidatious. Wherever you stand, it’s an uncertain time for everyone. In many ways, there’s no overwhelmingly ‘right’ way to move forward, and we can only be cautious and abide by today’s best practices.

With that in mind, it also pays to pay attention to each other. To learn from each other. What works for one business could apply to your own. So, we’ve collated just a few companies across the globe who are looking to innovate, create and discover new ways to do business in this very different world we find ourselves in. To put it simply, the rules have changed, and we have to change with them.

In the meantime, I hope you all stay safe and well. Corporate Vision will be here to deliver the latest features for the future of better business.

Issue 4 2020

Corporate Vision Issue 4 2020 cover

Welcome to the April edition of Corporate Vision magazine. As always, we aim to bring you all of the latest news and features from across the global corporate landscape.

It would be safe to say that the world of business is practically at a standstill, with industries facing what was previously considered an impossible situation. We’ve had seemingly unstoppable firms face difficult choices, as they plan and decide on how best to continue. For many, it has (and will continue to be) a baptism of fire.

But, that’s not to say that there isn’t any reason to still celebrate successes, because – let’s be clear here – there are still things to celebrate. Arguably, now more than ever, we need those successes to remind us that this situation is not normal and while it may take some time to recover, recover we shall. For now, let us keep positive and focused.

In the meantime, I hope you all stay safe and well. Corporate Vision will be here to deliver the latest features for the future of better business.

Laura Brookes

Senior Editor

Issue 3 2020

Welcome to the March edition of Corporate Vision magazine. You may have noticed we’re sporting a slightly different look, though the content – for the most part – won’t change. As always, we aim to bring you all of the latest news and features from across the global corporate landscape.

This Editor’s letter was supposed to be walking through the rebrand and the sort of things we have in store for the year ahead: our future features, our aims, our inclusions and stories, that sort of thing. But, there’s an elephant in the room, and that elephant is Coronavirus. It seems we can’t get away from it these days. It’s all over social media and all over the news. It’s at work and at home (even if those might be one and the same place at the moment).

There’s a sort of expectation that we’ll just “keep calm and carry on”, and whilst that might not be traditionally the best way to handle problems in business, it might do us wonders here. We might have a tough few months ahead, defined by difficult decisions, but this will pass. We will recover and we will, hopefully, move on with lessons learned.

In the meantime, stay safe. Stay strong. Rest. Do things you enjoy doing. We’ll be here, and we will continue to spotlight business leaders all over the world who are doing extraordinary things. That’s our promise.

 

Issue 2 2020

 
 

Welcome to the February edition of Corporate Vision magazine. As always, we aim to bring you all of the latest news and features from across the global corporate landscape. This issue we are focusing on the digital front, spotlighting companies who utilise technology to deliver exceptional services. From cyber security experts to digital marketing aficionados, this edition wanders the globe to showcase the ‘best in class’ tech (and tech-adjacent) companies.

One of those companies is m3ntor, a leading virtual training and development provider. Online training is certainly a booming sector, with new options and techniques emerging frequently. Frequently enough that the industry has become incredibly competitive over the last few years. With this in mind, m3ntor’s success speaks for itself, acting as testament to the quality of its services and the degree of their honed expertise.

On a completely different note, Pulse is considered one of the very best digital healthcare marketing agencies in the UK (and beyond). Through capitalising on the unique benefits of technology, it has helped accelerate healthcare firms to new heights and new growth. We sat down with Pule to find out more.

And, with that, Corporate Vision Magazine wishes you a wonderful month ahead.

We always love to hear from our readers, so please do get in touch with your thoughts.