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On this tab we list our recent news articles, many of which are included in our regular newsletters sent to Company members.  The articles are listed in reverse chronological order with the most recent first.

Please give us your feedback on any of the articles listed by emailing:  news@wcomc.org

 

 

Pro Bono Reflections....

Liveryman Steve Cant - on his first months as Chair of the Pro Bono Committee, 2017....

 

The Polish view of Brexit....

They have shared British scepticism towards the euro, and both countries have taken a hard line towards Russia.    But....

 

Trade and Security - post-Brexit

The UK is looking for a deal and we have two bargaining chips:  we owe the EU money and the EU needs a fully-integrated security policy that includes UK Intelligence Services....

 

Taiwan Notes....

...in Taiwan for Chinese New Year ....

The book " The 99 Essential Business Questions "was presented to Business Studies students at the University of Greenwich.....

Representing the WCoMC co-authors were Liverymen Gia Campari, David Glassman, David Shannon and Benjamin Taylor....

 

Resilience – the tool of the Management Consultant;  often faced with situations characterised by ambiguity, competing priorities and even hostility…

Uniquely personal domestic experience can provide good practice in developing Resilience....!

Regulation, independence and the value exchange....

The volume of personal data is exploding;  the barriers to entry for its use tumbling.  Do 'they' know too much?....

Drumming up support for the WCoMC Charitable Fund....

Liveryman Simon Chapman showcases the newly-trained marching drummers, using the kit the Company funded....

Crossrail Tunnel 2017: Update on Europe's largest infrastructure project ....

It's estimated that there's about 17,000 tonnes of bombs that were dropped on London in WWII, and the rule of thumb is that about 10% failed to explode....

Despite heroic attempts to end Liveries, The City is a living piece of history, from which many benefits flow....

The Minutes of the Coopers' Company, in 1704, blamed "the clamorous confusion and great disorder at its dinners on the presence of wives of its Liverymen"...

 

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