Joshua Danton Boyd

Joshua Danton Boyd

A Brighton based writer.

Senior Content Marketing Executive for Jellyfish Marketing.

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Crying article
Crunch.co.uk

Six graphs that explain Britain's unbalanced recovery

All the way back in 2010, the Tories and Lib Dems were elected to government just a couple of years after the financial crisis of ‘08. One of their main aims was to steer the country out of recession and towards economic prosperity.

Global tea trade article
Crunch.co.uk

How Britain’s tea economy pushed the world to boiling point

So important is the humble cuppa that the International Standards Organisation has ISO 3103: the proper method for making a cup of tea.

Can hmrc take my money article
Crunch.co.uk

HMRC's scary new powers: can they raid your bank account? - Crunch

The answer, worryingly, is yes. However HMRC must satisfy certain conditions before they can go dipping into your savings.

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Crunch.co.uk

The Dragon Economy: How Smaug's death doomed Middle-earth

Smaug was a dragon – a fire drake to be exact. After casting out the Dwarves from Erebor, also known as the Lonely Mountain, he made it his home, and kept all the treasure they had mined and forged. Such is Smaug’s fabulous wealth that Forbes listed him in second place in their ‘Fictional 15’, behind Tony Stark.

Josh cats1 article
Crunch.co.uk

Three freelancing tips I've learned from cats | Crunch Blog

At the risk of starting an intra-office war between cat and dog lovers at Crunch HQ I think we all, deep-down, know that cats rule and dogs drool. For this reason I have decided to write this response to Jon’s ludicrous piece about the freelancing tips he’s gleaned from his dog. Frankly, such bias towards dogs should not be allowed to continue. So, for the sake of balance, here is what I’ve learnt about freelancing from the clowder of cats who live on my street.

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Crunch.co.uk

Going beyond SWOT analysis

SWOT is a very common process used for planning. It’s essentially a way to list the Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats related to a new project or idea you’re taking on. It’s supposed to lay everything out for you so that you can achieve your goals.