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Nambia: Closer to the Heart
The Royal Over-Seas League, known to our readership as a chic get away and ideal place to spend a weekend in the heart of Mayfair London. Many of you however, are probably unaware that the club is deeply involved in sponsoring charitable organisations and projects in the developing world. These projects lie at the core of the club's activities, which are to build bridges of understanding within and across distinct cultures worldwide. Whitefield Consulting Worldwide has been a keen and active supporter of the clubs endeavours.

Recently, Judith Steiner visited Nambia in November meeting pupils at a school in Swakopund, and shares her experiences with club members through a short but touching article. Her extraordinary adventure came about when she met Jenny Carvil's Karakula, a weavers' cooperative based in this district. Although today, she runs this as an entrepreneurial venture,...

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Financial Services to Begin Offshoring

According to a recent report published by London Business School, it won't be long before the financial services industry begins to offshore and outsource its operations as happened in manufacturing. One of the major employers in both the USA and the UK, firms are exploring 'global sourcing models'.

The new and in-depth report research was released by in a joint study conducted by a team drawn from LBS and Capco Institute. The have explored the experiences and souring strategies revealed by sixty two executive respondents form the wor...

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