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Cliff Notes Podcast: Lead manufacturing

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We give you the cliff notes from the leaders on their experience with great companies that know how to build a great product and reach new heights.

Podcast for managers dealing with change in their industry and how to navigated the journey to help others on the path behind them. Focus on people in manufacturing and where physical products meet digital technology. Bridging the gap from product to new business sales through new practices.

At the show we love the UK, but it is part of a world market and business has local as well as worldwide reach and distribution partners.

Apr 22, 2019

Giles Dixon is the founder and managing director of ContractStore. An English solicitor with many years’ experience in drafting and negotiating a wide range of commercial and construction contracts for use in the UK and internationally. During his career he has worked as an in-house lawyer as well as in private practice and spent 12 years living overseas. 

ContractStore documents:

Giles Dixon:

Brexit Clause contract:

Exporting Made Easy:

This episode of Cliff Notes Podcast: Lead manufacturing, host and founder of Holdingbay Tristan Bailey talks to Giles Dixon for the Cliff Notes podcast. Giles has been working in the legal profession for many years with a focus on clear and simple language for clarity of use.

Working in the middle east and the UK on import and export contracts lead him to co-author Exporting Made Easy – A Practical Guide: Selling Services and Products Overseas Through Agents and Distributors (including the Legal Bits!), a business book that introduces the process for exporting goods and services.

We sat down together for the first inperson podcast, to talk about his experience and dealing with clear contracts and keeping them easy to use.

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