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Marjorie’s is charity, John’s is Yoga, Mine is Netsso…what’s yours?

Most of us are retired but many of us are still very active. (The Japanese, I hear, are moving the retirement age up to 75…and why not?)

I’m still trying to knock Evernote out of the market. With my Netsso.com. A billion dollar company. (Evernote, that is..)

John is a devotee of yoga and experienced and trained in it for many years.

These are our main things.

What’s your main thing, the thing that absorbs much of your awake time, and forces you out of the bed in the morning?  Maybe doing major charity work?  Or writing/ publishing?  Or still working full time , at a new business, or … Whatever it is, if you’d like to let us know, we can give you a little profile and, if relevant, an advertising banner at the side of the page.

Johns profile below and the banner- if I can make it properly- is an example of what we can try to do for you.

So, let us know…And don’t be surprised if one of your former colleagues might have good suggestion or proposal for you !

 

Brian

Just a word about Membership

Membership of this CTT Alumni website is open to all members of the CTT Alumni Association, and indeed non-members of the Association who are former employees of CTT

But, the point is… you are not automatically a “member” of the website if you are a member of the association. (There are c. 200 members of the CTT ALumni Association  and c. 90  members of the site)

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