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Gerhard’s blog: More fixes

Gerhard Jenne finds that, when it comes to TV programmes, The Fixer probably has more to offer to small bakery businesses than The Great British Bake Off

GBBO: Towering success… or not?

Bronya Smolen looks at the latest episode of the Great British Bake Off, where tarts, mummified pears and towers stretched the contestants’ skills. 

Gerhard Jenne: always keep changing
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Gerhard’s blog: Is success a quick fix?

Gerhard Jenne finds himself involved as an expert adviser in a business fix-it programme and muses on the secrets to success. 

GBBO: Baking bad or bad TV

British Baker editor, Martyn Leek blogs this weeks Bake Off episode- and explains why the bakers dozen might not cut the bread in the hard working baking industry. 

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Gerhard Jenne: inspired by Roald Dahl's chocolate paradise
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Gerhard’s blog: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

Gerhard Jenne harks back to the delights of Roald Dahl’s classic children’s book and reveals how he has become involved in its 50-year celebration. 

Blog: cake is the best option

Gerhard Jenne muses on the pros and cons of business decisions and on whether cake can be a panacea for the soul when the world is full of woes

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Great British Bake Off Blogged: Week 1

The fifth series of the Great British Bake Off has begun. The amateur bakers have been armed with their hand mixers, wooden spoons and guillotines (we’ll come to that one later…). Paul Hollywood’s knowing smile was back, along with Mary Berry’s subtle critique and outbursts of the word “splendid!”. The battle for star baker begins. 

Gerhard's blog: Getting into the bakery business

These days if you are a young entrepreneur looking for a foothold in the food industry it most likely happens via a pop-up stall in a market.

Blog: what’s your excuse for not pursuing your passion?

Ok then, let’s get right to the heart of this question: what is stopping you doing what you’ve always dreamed of? The mere hint of it sets your heart racing and you daydream a thousand daydreams, in total abandonment. That’s your passion, that’s you, telling you what you want, that’s you saying to yourself that you are capable of fulfilling your life’s dreams – if only you have the courage to listen. So why don’t you?

David Smart: grammar is of paramount importance in job-searching
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Blog: Has it come to this?

I am now 56-years-old, and my own children like to continually remind me that if there was a hill to be over, I would be not only be over it...

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