Articles & Writing

Here are a selection of articles I have written from publications all over the world.  I have written for Real Business  for several years and have expanded my subjects in recent years.   Have a browse through the old ones shown in categories on the left.  I am very happy to pitch for commissions on articles on broad variety of topics, but including :

  • Business and entrepreneurship
  • Feminism, plus women and work and outside it
  • Psychology
  • Lifestyle including work life balance
  • Sales and marketing
  • Authenticity
  • Change
  • Challenges & Advantages in the Third Act

My own blogs are a a mixture of subjects, anything that I feel particularly strongly on,  or something I have found worth sharing .   A bit diverse but I hope they will both entertain and help you to know me better.

I am qualified copywriter and a writing course junkie, continually trying to improve my craft.   I occasionally take on copy-writing work such as blogs, press releases or newsletters for clients too so if I can be of help on that please email me on jan@jancavelle.co.uk

 

Ten Top tips from the Best in Business

  Starting and growing a business is one of the most exciting journeys you can take.  Like any journey, each person’s experience will be different.  There will be times you enjoy and times you want to turn tail and run home.   Because every journey is different, there are no hard and fast rules for every…
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The Government’s stance on Cyber Bullying isn’t Strong Enough

The Internet Safety Strategy was launched last year, aiming to make the UK the safest place in the world to be online amidst the growing international phenomenon of cyber bullying. third of UK internet users received some form of cyber bullying in 2017 As part of this, the government have charged an independent Law Commission…
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Forget Brexit, slow demand is now the biggest headache for UK business

I was genuinely delighted to read some of the findings of the research commissioned by the Enterprise Investment Scheme Association (EISA) showing so much support for the private sector in post-Brexit Britain. Some 7.4m investors are reported to have said that SME’s have become more attractive because of the increased trade prospects, and 29 per…
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Should apprenticeships be regarded equally as high as university degrees?

While full employment may seem a laudable goal, in nearly achieving it the UK has added to the pressure on SME’s to find the right staff, with the right attitude, and the right skill set.  ees e become less popular as apprenticeships have risen There is further pressure to retain them. With such shortages, not only is…
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