Of course, the ACBL do not make annual profits of $50 million… but what if they did? What is it that they could do to generate this kind of income?
Why is it that many organisations and associations that are set up for the purposes of overseeing disciplines that are highly skilled or that require the assimilation Read on. . .
Recently, my wife went to a classical concert for mothers and babies.
Baby’s entice mums to classical concerts
As a professional UK musician, she is aware of a key problem facing classical music, namely, how to get an audience. If you look about you during a concert in London’s Festival Hall, you will, most likely, see a Read on. . .
I have just one thing to say to those of you that are interested in turning Bridge into a huge global blockbusting phenomenon:
Listen to this 30 minute BBC radio 4 programme from ‘The Bottom Line’ by Evan Davis:
BBC Radio 4′s ‘The Bottom Line’ by Evan Davis
In this BBC radio programme, Evan Davis meets three of Read on. . .
Does anyone out there care whether USA or Europe won bridge’s version of the Ryder cup?
I don’t play golf and I never follow it or watch it on TV… So why did I tune into the radio on the final day of the Ryder Cup and listen to 10 hours of gripping coverage?
Warren Buffett understands business Read on. . .
For the last two blogs, I have been writing about Raibidpura, a village in the heart of India, that recently launched the opening of its new Bridge club.
I think their example is a model example in how to launch a Bridge club. These are some points that struck me about their launch:
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In the remote town of Raibidpura set in the heart of central India, there are about forty regular bridge players among 200 to 300 that know the game. With a total population of 5000 Raibidpura has, without doubt, a very high density of bridge players.
Bridge is an obsession for many in the town of Raibidpura
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Recently, I heard of an individual who was trying to teach Mini-bridge in two elementary schools as a volunteer. Despite years of input, his efforts had been sidelined and now the numbers were dwindling. How disheartening…
I thought I would ask David Adelman to respond to this tail of woe, because he is someone with 20 years Read on. . .