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Michael Corbett
Works at ProductBox
Attended Bristol Business School
Lives in Bristol
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  • Bristol Business School
    MBA, 2002 - 2005
  • Swansea University
    Computer Science, 1981 - 1984
  • Chartered Institute of Marketing
    Diploma in Marketing, 1992 - 1994
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Managing & developing products and services - and a Google Apps specialist to boot.
I live and work in Bristol.  My focus for the last few years has been Google Apps, including coding for this platform. 
Bragging rights
I was the person who set up and ran Bristol Social Media. (I might start it up again if enough people ask.)
I set up ProductBox in 2006 as a product management consultancy but now the focus is drifting toward cloud computing under the Cloudtouch banner. I'm developing code (using Google Script) with a view to automating certain business processes - including product management related ones.
  • ProductBox
    Director, 2006 - present
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Its a nice looking shop but the staff don't do aftersales. We purchased a fire from them in November but was problematic when fitted and had to have an engineer out three times to swap parts. The fire still doesn't work and the staff didn't return my last phone call to try and get it repaired. I phoned them today to try and move this one but discovered that the shop's shut for Christmas! We'll now be without a fire for Christmas - and feeling mad as hell about it.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
It's a well equipped gym, it's local to me (5 mins bike ride) and it is SO cheap! People are nice and friendly too. I love it. :)
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
We ate there last night (Saturday 16 March 2013) and it was good. The salads were great but it was let down by the burgers. Its quite a cramped venue and we were sitting just a few feet from the live band (who were very good) and so it was very noisy. I'd go there again but I'd definitely ask for a table further away from the band area!
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
5 reviews
The coffee in the cafe is fantastic, so smooth and mellow and, in the week, the coffee is free! They've got free wi-fi too. IKEA apple tart is only £1.45. From what I gather, I think IKEA might also sell furniture and stuff. But the cafe is the jewel in the crown, believe me.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
We decided to use Barry Shaddick after phoning around for a quote for two new tyres for our Ford Focus and finding them to be cheapest. I found them to be very unfriendly and uncommunicative. After 30 minutes of my car being up on the jack without its wheels and no work being carried out on the car I asked where the fitter had gone. I was told that they didn't have the right tyres and the fitter had gone to "the depot" to pick them up. They hadn't told me that and I don't think they would have if I hadn't asked. For this reason it took a total of 50 minutes to get my new tyres and there wasn't a SINGLE other customer's car in the bay. I was really glad to get out of there. They were cheaper but I'd never use them again.
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reviewed 5 years ago