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It’s a knockout

A legacy of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games will be an increase in sporting activity. The Gold Challenge was announced recently as a major part of...


Business is booming

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Expecting mass media coverage

I recently interviewed leading businessman Phil Ascough regarding the Cultural Olympiad 2012. Click play to watch the video.


After the last Olympic Games in Beijing and when London was successfully chosen to be host city in 2012, many people from different countries celebrated.

Those celebrations are set to continue – such is the Olympic dream – and London 2012 presents a remarkable opportunity for business. In addition, artists, journalists and no doubt politicians will also reap positive benefits.

Yet London 2012 is not an exclusive club. While competitors will be able to fulfil their long-term goals and objectives, the games will involve the entire nation. What a remarkable opportunity London 2012 presents.


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