In a packed December/January issue of Business Cornwall magazine, we look back at 2012, and forward to 2013.
We review some of the news and events that shaped the Cornish commercial sector over the past year, and offer some timely suggestions for improving your business in 2013.
In the latest issue – our biggest yet – we also meet the winners of the recent Ignite 2012 business plan competition, RCH Marine Renewables, and learn about their potentially life-saving drinking water solution for island communities.
Three years after its launch, we discover the impact that the Convergence-funded business start-up programme Outset Cornwall has been having, while Paula Martin talks us through a day in the life of being chief executive of Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust.
We also present the results of a business survey we conducted with Bishop Fleming, about the A30 and whether it should be fully dualled.
All this plus regulars such the Business Clinic and the Billington Bulletin, while the Last Word goes to Richard Snell from the Tremough Innovation Centre.
The December/January issue of Business Cornwall should be dropping through letter boxes during the first week of December.