Posts Tagged with: POS

The status quo, vested interests & a simple metric for civic leaders

Posted on 15th July 2018 by Kate Cooper

Where, we asked ourselves, should we recommend civic leaders to focus their time and effort given what else is on their agenda? What’s within their power to do?

Birmingham as a laboratory & the Community Choices programme

Posted on 5th April 2018 by Kate Cooper

This blogpost is further update from my blogpost last August on  how this city is and can contribute to global food resilience and sustainability through our Community Choices Action Research programme. 

VAT: A really useful point of sale metric

Posted on 3rd April 2018 by Kate Cooper

Taxation is really interesting. Oh yes it is. In 1940, Britain was at war. The British Isles surrounded by water. Dependant on imports that couldn’t get through. Shortages everywhere.

VAT: A really useful point of sale metric

Posted on 30th March 2017 by Kate Cooper

Taxation is really interesting. Oh yes it is. In 1940, Britain was at war. The British Isles surrounded by water. Dependant on imports that couldn’t get through. Shortages everywhere.

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