Posts Tagged ‘Clive’

Clive Mohan

Clive Mohan – Motion Graphics Artist/Editor at Imagine Entertainment Editing – Clive has been working professionally in post-production for over 10 years, and loves his job. With the right equipment you can create anything, just imagine. Clive has a long background at Fox but prefer the independent world. Clive is rather shy and prefers to go unnoticed


Clive & Co

Clive’s thirty three year career in hairdressing began with an apprenticeship at Jingles International London. While with the company, he became a member of the Art team, splitting his time between the New York Academy, London academy, which he managed and traveling the world educating Hairdressers in places such as Europe, Hong Kong and North America.

In 1985, along with business partner Shaun McCarthy, Clive moved to the U.S. together they opened Shaun and Clive in Dallas Texas. After 10 years in business, Clive ventured out on his own, opening Clive and Company in 1997. Clive’s experience in both education and in the salon gave him the ability to successfully create a company based solely on service and quality. That ability still holds true today, as evidenced by Clive and Company’s consistent appearance on D Magazine’s Best Salons list.

In 2006, Clive was appointed Chairman of the Texas Cosmetology Advisory Board, a position he held for five years. He continues to stand as a firm pillar in the encouragement of the highest standards of knowledge and quality of service in the industry.

Clive moved to a new location near the Dallas Galleria in December of 2006.  His passion for architecture is reflected in the salon’s beautiful, modern, and elegant design.

In keeping with Clive’s commitment to excellence and its award-winning status, Clive and Co uses only the highest quality hair care products, Kerastase, Shu Uemura and Bumble and Bumble.  Both product lines are continually nominated and awarded the most prestigious honors in the industry and are designed to enhance the natural beauty of the hair.

Clive Rich

is an international deal maker and trouble-shooter. He has played a crucial role in negotiating and brokering more than £10bn worth of global deals for a broad spectrum of multi-nationals, major organisations and super-brands, including Sony, Yahoo, Apple, Napster, BMG, San Disk, My Space and the BBC.

An Oxford University and the Inns of Court Law graduate, Clive Rich has more than 25 years experience creating and closing deals. He uses a unique framework which can be adapted depending on the size of deal, recognising that each negotiation and individual is different.

Clive believes that the power of negotiation and the ability to trouble-shoot deals has never been more important. With an unstable world economy, increasing competition as power and influence moves from the West to the East, and technology enabling business to converge globally, we now live in a New Deal Economy, where deal-making skills are paramount.

Also a highly experienced entertainment and digital media lawyer, Clive has represented Simon Cowell and his entertainment company SyCo, and negotiated deals with musicians including Take That, Dido, Annie Lennox and Simply Red, and with global brands such as Universal, Virgin and T-Mobile.

He negotiated BMG’s first agreement for Pop Idol recording rights with 19 Entertainment – an agreement which has since generated well over $1 billion of contribution for BMG worldwide. He also negotiated Syco’s production agreements for the X Factor and Got Talent.

He has also designed and successfully launched an App called “Close My Deal”, enabling people to understand the basis of successful negotiation and apply the skills to everyday scenarios.

Clive is married with four children and lives in London.

Sir Clive Marles Sinclair

has been an iconic and often controversial figure in British industry for more than quarter of a century. He chalked up significant successes – the first pocket calculator, the first pocket television, the best-selling British computer of all time – but is at least as well known for his spectacular failures, most notably the C5 electric vehicle. He was lauded (and awarded a knighthood) by Margaret Thatcher’s government for leading what was seen as a renaissance of British industry, but was seen in other quarters as offering only skin-deep solutions to Britain’s industrial malaise. Now in his sixties, Sir Clive still continues to produce a variety of innovative products from his Londonheadquarters.

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River Bar Restaurant and The Clive Hotel

River Bar Restaurant and The Clive Hotel

Come and enjoy the Hospitality of The River Bar and The Clive Hotel. The village of Clive is situated 10 minutes between Hastings and Napier on State Highway Two, it is an ideal spot to meet people from the two cities for a meal, a drink, or book a room in the motel to be close enough to friends and family….Dion and Christel Cooper, owner/operators. Benefits

Modern Sports Bar With, Premier A la Carte Dining Restaurant Group and function bookings welcomed Private Dining Room to accommodate up to 24 diners Brand New Motel Rooms Ideal Location Country Friendly Service

River Bar Restaurant Trading Hours Dinner Tuesday to Sunday from 5pm Lunch Friday to Sunday from 11am Clive Hotel Trading Hours, 11am – 12am 7 days

Join us – Main Road, State Highway 2, Clive – Phone (06) 870 0533

Clive Simpkins

Clive Simpkins is a marketing and communications strategist who helps people and organisations communicate better. Whether interpersonally, for press, radio, TV or social media.

He was part of the John Orr’s general management team in the heydays of the department store group. Subsequent to that he was Market Development Manager for the Greaterman’s stores group before moving into advertising with J. Walter Thompson.  He then joined Ogilvy & Mather where he was a client service account director. It was with O&M that he specialised in the professional speaking, media coaching and communications arena in New York City, in the early 1980s. Clive’s been back running his own business in South Africa since 1986.

His African continent clients include four Heads of State. He was pro bono parliamentary speechwriter to the late ANC first lady, Mrs Adelaide Tambo. He hosted his own show on Talk radio 702 several years back and is a regular radio and TV guest on media (including social media), reputation management and communications related topics.

Clive is author of three books, all based on four decades of hard-won personal and practical experience: 1) Presenting, Speaking and Facilitating Secrets, 2) Media Appearance Secrets and, 3) Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life, the latter with a foreword by psychiatrist Dr Dora Wynchank.

He’s a technologically, sociologically and trends-literate veteran of the South African communications and speaking business. He’s the first recipient of the Professional Speakers Association of SA (PSASA) peer award in recognition of his contribution to public speaking and communicating in South Africa.

He’s an avid student of the universality of religions, is ‘adopted grandfather’ to nine year-old Siphe Buthelezi and for recreation he writes, reads voraciously, paints occasionally in acrylics and oils, cooks and dotes on his last remaining beloved Rottweiler.

Clive Gregson

Born and raised in Manchester, England, Clive is an accomplished singer, musician and record producer. He started his professional music career in 1980 as the leader of cult band Any Trouble. The group toured extensively in support of five critically acclaimed albums and a number of singles that became radio hits before disbanding at the end of 1984. Fondly remembered and greatly missed, the band reformed in 2007 to record a brand new album entitled “Life In Reverse” and play their first live show in 23 years. A packed house at the Jazz Cafe in London sang along with a mixture of old and new favourites… and apparently quite a few tears were shed!

In 1985, Clive released the first of twelve solo albums and he has maintained a solo profile ever since. His solo recordings and tours have been one of the main outlets for his prolific songwriting and a solo “Best Of…” compilation was released in April 2009. Clive’s solo albums feature an eclectic mix of pop and folk styles, ranging from the full on electric band approach of “I Love This Town” to the stripped down “one man and his acoustic guitar” intimacy of “Long Story Short”. Clive’s live shows are usually solo performances and the guitar skills that prompted Guitar to include him in their “1,000 Great Guitarists” are always well in evidence.

Along the road from pop frontman to singer-songwriter, Clive has followed many musical diversions. Between 1985 and 1992, he formed a partnership with Christine Collister that Rolling Stone called “the state of the art in British folk-rock”. They released five albums and toured the UK, USA, Canada, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and Japan. Christine’s distinctive voice allied to Clive’s songs, instrumental and production skills created something truly special and their decision to call it a day left a huge gap in the roots music scene. The entire Gregson & Collister catalogue plus a “Best Of…” compilation were re-issued in 2009.

Clive has also toured and recorded with Richard Thompson (1982 to 1992), Nanci Griffith (1996 to 2007), Eddi Reader and Boo Hewerdine (1993 and 1999), Plainsong (1997) and he was the musical director for the Dennis Locorriere “Hits & History” tour in 2007, which resulted in a gold album and a concert DVD that also charted. His songs have been recorded by many artists, including Nanci Griffith, Kim Carnes, Fairport Convention, Claire Martin, Norma Waterson and Smokie. Nanci’s version of “I Love This Town” (performed as a duet with Jimmy Buffett) was released as a single in 2006 and became a radio hit in both America and the UK, receiving more than 5,000 spins in the USA.

Clive relocated to the USA in 1993. He continues to tour regularly and write prolifically. In recent years he has also run a number of songwriting workshops and master classes and remains in demand as a record producer and session musician. Obviously there’s no sign of Clive slowing down just yet!