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The Unauthorized Guide To Doing Business the Jamie Oliver Way. 10 Secrets of the Irrepressible One–Man Brand

  • ID: 2239557
  • Book
  • March 2010
  • 216 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Love him or loathe him, Jamie Oliver is one of the most well known, passionate and richest celebrity chefs in the world. But there is more to the man than his linguine. He towers over a business empire that comprises restaurants, shops, cookware, food, magazines, books, DVDs and television production. How does he maintain his brand name and values across such diverse interests?

Business the Jamie Oliver Way draws out the universal lessons from Oliver′s remarkable success and identifies his 10 secret strategies to business growth and branding that can be applied to any business or career:

ONE: Be yourself, but more so

TWO: Extend the Brand

THREE: Build on what you re good at

FOUR: Remember the social dimension

FIVE: Become the face of a supermarket

SIX: Deal with adversity

SEVEN: Go international

EIGHT: Protect the brand

NINE: Be controversial

TEN: Be bold

Want success? Discover the secrets of the people who already have it.

Business the Jamie Oliver Way is an unofficial, independent publication, and Capstone Publishing Ltd is not endorsed, sponsored, affiliated with or otherwise authorized by Jamie Oliver.

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The Life and Times of Jamie Oliver.

One: Be Yourself, But More So.

Oliver′s early appeal as a television chef was based on his apparent ′authenticity′ but behind the scenes there was artifi ce at work.

Two: Extend the Brand.

With his personal brand well established, Oliver has launched a wide range of business ventures.

Three: Build on What You re Good At.

By sticking to what he knows best, Oliver has expanded his business empire without leaving his comfort zone.

Four: Remember the Social Dimension.

By tackling social and political issues, Oliver cemented his relationship with the public, and refreshed his brand while also doing genuine good.

Five: Become the Face of a Supermarket.

Despite a few bumps and bangs along the way, Oliver s relationship with Sainsbury′s has been mutually beneficial.

Six: Deal with Adversity.

Oliver has dealt with career–threatening issues with a mix of hard work and creative imagination.

Seven: Go International.

Right from the beginning Oliver has had a global profile. Now he is an international businessman.

Eight: Protect the Brand.

Looking after the brand as business grows is tough for any owner. This is how Oliver has done it.

Nine: Be Controversial.

A willingness to embrace controversy has done Oliver no harm at all.

Ten: Be Bold.

Launching new ventures in the middle of a recession could be described as bravery or foolishness. Oliver is prepared to take the risks.

How to Do Business the Jamie Oliver Way.

Last Word: Towards a Sustainable Future.



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Trevor Clawson
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