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CEO Blog

Christian Nellemann is the Founder and CEO of XLN.
Here you’ll find blogs from him on everything from entrepreneur mentoring to his take on industry current affairs.

Ideas and Planning

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How to save the high street, part two: pop-ups

Fad or the future? Christian looks at the role of pop-ups in high street regeneration

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Customers

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Our poll was right: Brexit was close, but leave had it by a nose

Christian gives his thoughts on the fallout from Brexit...

Employees

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The real cost of 370,000 small businesses closing? 1.8 million jobs

New research predicts tough times ahead for British SMEs, and their employees.

Customers

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How to save the high street, part one: parking

Christian begins his series on possible solutions to Britain's high street crisis

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About Us

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BT and Openreach status quo 'unlikely' to continue

Ofcom's CEO has suggested that BT and Openreach won't continue unabated

Ideas and Planning

Clothes rail

How to save the high street, part two: pop-ups

Fad or the future? Christian looks at the role of pop-ups in high street regeneration

Customers

Big Ben

Our poll was right: Brexit was close, but leave had it by a nose

Christian gives his thoughts on the fallout from Brexit...

Why XLN

About Us

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Consumers turn to CEOs for answers

Why are consumers complaining directly to CEOs? Good customer service isn't rocket science.

About Us

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2016 UK Customer Experience Award winners!

Another award for the cabinet on our mission to making things better for small business

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BT and Openreach finally about to split

Are BT and Openreach finally about to part ways?

Is the latest attack by ISPs Sky and TalkTalk the straw to break the camel's back?

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