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Concise Advice released in Dutch

To celebrate the series expanding into Dutch, here’s an exclusive interview with Robert Van Beek, editor and publisher of Concise Advice in the Netherlands.

What attracted you to the Concise Advice Series?

I travel frequently to the UK for business, and I would buy the books for myself at airports. I was attracted to the format and being very visual-minded, I started collecting the complete series!

Which titles have been translated?

So far we’ve translated The Visual Communications Books, The Financial Wellbeing Book, and The Productivity Habits Book. Next to come are The Diagrams Book and The Brain Book.

What is it about the series that appeals to a Dutch audience?

They’re easily readable, have lots of visuals, and discuss trendy themes about business and personal growth. And of course, a lot of Dutch students and business owners love to learn thoughtful insights from UK authors, to get a better understanding of all things happening in their own lives.

Do you have a favorite title out of the series?

That is a hard one, I’ve got several favourites! Firstly The Financial Wellbeing Book, it simplifies the complex world of financial planning and decisions. Since I have a special interest in behaviour, The Brain Book. And to make my list complete, there’s also The Diagrams Book, The Smart Thinking Book, and The Visual Communications Book.

Find out more about the Concise Advice books here

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