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Most read features of 2018: Top 5 interviews

Most read features of 2018:

Top 5 interviews

As the year draws to a close, look back at the most popular features published on in 2018.

#1 – Tony Clark – Development leader on the major projects shaping Knowsley

With a multi-million pound Shakespearean theatre in Prescot to Liverpool Football Club’s new £50 million Kirkby training base, Knowsley is one area of the Liverpool City Region very much on the up.

Move Commercial sat down with head of major development at Knowsley Council, Tony Clark to get the latest on the major projects which could have a transformational effect on the borough.

#2 – Molly Harvey – Global motivational speaker on the secrets to success

Motivational speaker Molly Harvey has built up a globally successful company from Warrington, inspiring leaders across the world to adapt and develop. She shares some of the secrets to her success with Move Commercial.

#3 – Chris Smylie – Wirral-based food exporter on investment, global markets & more

With continuing growth, new ventures and a second prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise, it’s an exciting time for Wirral-based food exporter Smylie Ltd.

The firm’s managing director tells Move Commercial how ongoing investment and an ever-increasing understanding of global markets has helped lead the firm’s success.

#4 – Steve Oliver – From clutter to cash with musicMagpie CEO and co-founder

Steve Oliver of used product trader musicMagpie tells Move Commercial how trust and innovative technology are moving the North West firm towards its £1 billion ambitions.

#5 – Claire Handby – Deloitte director on her rise through the real estate industry

With more than two decades of experience in construction behind her, Deloitte’s Claire Handby is well placed to comment on an industry very much under the microscope at the moment.

Two years to the day since she joined her second ‘big four’ firm, Move Commercial sat down with Handby to discuss her career and what she thinks needs to change in the building trade.