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Views from the people of Rugged on the topics we care about
What Lockdown Has Taught Us...
Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Lockdown. More than a moment to pause and think. A stop in our tracks and suspension of normal life. 

Both personally, and as a business, there’s been time to reflect, time to set new goals, and time to reassess strategy…

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My Rugged Placement Year - Daniel Harvey
Monday, January 27, 2020

In 2014, I had a week of work experience at Rugged Interactive back when they were Fowey based. I recalled it as a small-scale company with a great team. Looking back at my week there, it was definitely what…

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A Rather Rugged Decade
Monday, January 13, 2020

10 years, 120 months, or 3652 days, however you see it, a lot has happened in the last decade.

Uber, Tinder and WhatsApp were introduced into our lives. Netflix shifted from a movie subscription that arrived in the post,…

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Exhibiting at events: - Worth the money, effort and time?
Thursday, May 9, 2019

In anticipation of Rugged exhibiting at the IATP show in Berlin, Simon’s been considering the big question:

Exhibiting at events: - Worth the money, effort and time?

Rugged Interactive exhibit at roughly 5 big shows per year, with a number…

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Innovation (or The Art of Asking Questions)
Tuesday, February 19, 2019

One question I get asked a lot if I’m out with people who don’t know what I do for a living is, ‘how did you think of that?’

I’m not usually introspective (I’m pretty shallow), but the more I…

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Rounding Up 2018, With a Little Help From You…
Friday, December 21, 2018

In the year that South Korea hosted the Winter Olympics, the Royal Wedding brought bakes and bunting to the streets of Britain and England finally won a penalty shootout, we’d love you to help complete some of our highlights…

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Only 8% of People Keep Theirs, So Here's Our Top Tips
Friday, December 14, 2018

New year’s resolutions.

Over 60% of us set them, with ‘losing weight’ and ‘exercising more’ topping the list year on year.

But over 20% of resolutions are failed within a week and only 8% of people keep and achieve their…

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The Nasty Truth About Entrepreneurialism
Wednesday, February 21, 2018

What I’ve learned about being an entrepreneur?

Google says an entrepreneur is "a person who sets up a business or businesses, taking on financial risks in the hope of profit”

I’m not so sure - to me an entrepreneur can…

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The Big Challenge: Being Happy, Healthy and Running a Business
Friday, February 9, 2018

One of the things about setting up a company is ultimately, no-one cares as much as you...and the buck stops at your front door.

That’s a recipe for 24hr stress as being at home doesn’t insulate you from the…

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