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Ian Baxter says building a successful career must be an affair of the heart, not just a question of the head.
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http://www.cityjetmagazine.com/69/#14/z
City Jet’s inflight magazine June 2016
 

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Posted: 09/06/16

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Arsenal, Chelsea, and now Brexit - British brothers divided over EU

The debate over whether Britain should leave the European Union has divided society and split the government. In the Baxter family, it is pitting brother against brother. Nigel and Ian Baxter worked together for 16 years at their father's freight business before embarking on separate...

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Posted: 24/03/16

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The importance of being ethical

Capitalism does far more good than harm, says Ian Baxter, but it must be tempered with an ethical approach.
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http://www.flybemagazine.com/18/#70
FlyBe magazine, February 2016
 

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Posted: 08/02/16

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SMEs have the advantage when it comes to logistics

"It’s the SMEs that are small enough to adapt and be flexible – we can adjust and innovate at a pace far quicker than a huge global organisation.”  That’s why you’ve got thousands upon thousands of SMEs and even one-man bands in the industry. The...

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Posted: 21/01/16

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Business leaders urge Osborne to address business rates and productivity in Autumn Statement.

George Osborne should take proactive steps towards fixing the ‘productivity puzzle’ and also address business rates in his Autumn Statement, according to business leaders. Ian Baxter argued that the chancellor needs to address the issue of business rates. He has even gone as far to...

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Posted: 20/01/16

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