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At 11:49am on January 5, 2012, Belina Raffy said…

Nice photos : )


At 10:33am on January 5, 2012, Belina Raffy said…

Hi Neil

Gentle poke about 2 things:

1. Join the AIN London Group on the site, but clicking here and clicking 'join' so you'll know when we have meetings (they're cool)


2. Don't forget to put a profile picture up - we want to connect with your lovely face.


At 1:55am on December 12, 2011, Belina Raffy said…

Hi Neil

Lovely to be with you last night.  Thanks for a great show.

Welcome to the site.  Looking forward to your posts.  You'll be hearing more about the b-school report soon.

Big hug


At 1:36am on November 9, 2011, Paul Z Jackson said…

Hi Neil, hope you find some useful best practice resources here and can bring your gifts and experience to this community.

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