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By : Louis Cooper on Feb 22, 2017

Should we cool down on Hot Desking in 2017?

What Is Hot-Desking? The concept of hot desking has been around for a while but has only gained momentum as a flexible working solution over the last few years. This is largely attributed to technological developments making the concept more viable for businesses across the world. Photo Credit: zhu difeng / Shutterstock So What Exactly Is It? It is primarily a work space sharing model wher...

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By : Louis Cooper on Feb 20, 2017

What Does The Future Hold For Graduates

For many students across the UK, university in their mind is the next natural destination after completing college. That mind-set usually stemming from a longstanding personal ambition or through the expectation of their families/carers. Either way, it represents a major mile-stone in any young individual’s life. With the associated costs of going to university ever increasing and expensive, st...

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By : Shai Aharony on Nov 22, 2016

Google’s new London HQ

Multinational technology company Google has confirmed its new 1 billion Head Quarters in London! Some exciting and positive news at last, with the confirmation of Google’s expanding HQ in London, which is set to create 3,000 new jobs in the capital. Post-Brexit, many were concerned Google would back down on its London plans, with fears regarding the future of business in the capital upon leavin...

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By : Shai Aharony on Oct 21, 2016

Top 10 Startup Cities Around the World

Even though Silicon Valley remains the unrivalled leader in the international startup scene when it comes to most parameters, a growing number of both investors and entrepreneurs alike are being attracted to other startup hotspots around the world. We have therefore decided to take a closer look at some of currently the hottest startup ecosystems in the Americas, Europe and Asia. We analysed th...

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By : Shai Aharony on Sep 12, 2016

Internet Usage in 2016 - The Comprehensive Insights

25 years ago, the World Wide Web went public and granted the average non-technical individual the ability to use the internet. This prolific moment changed the world; bringing the world closer together through instantaneous communication and providing us with a plethora of information at our fingertips. Nowadays almost anything can be carried out online - shopping, banking and dating to name a...

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By : Tamir Davies on Sep 5, 2016

Omni Channel Marketing

Omni-channel these days may be an ever-popular marketing buzzword but it represents a momentous new direction. Before the age of e-commerce, purchasing only happened in brick-and-mortar stores. This type of buying does still occur, however now more commonly, consumers are using multiple channels and devices in a single purchase cycle. Customers are now the ones dictating the terms of engagement...

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By : Rachel Barton on Aug 15, 2016

The Death of the Digital Marketing Degree

The graduate; digital marketing’s progressively popular choice when recruiting new personnel. A predictable and arguably safe preference, maybe. It is easy to see the appeal. Many scholars graduate from university, bright-eyed, bushy-tailed, and with a keen attitude to please. They have demonstrated dedication to their area of study and often supply the company with fresh and innovative ideas...

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By : Tamir Davies on Aug 9, 2016

Rise of the DuckDuckGo Search Engine - new Google alternative or a flop like Bing?

For most of us, search engine and Google mean the same thing. After all, it delivers what it promises and so far, there is no reason to start looking for alternatives, or is there? According to a growing number of people who are using DuckDuckGo to browse the web, there are several reasons why it may be a good idea to reconsider our reliance on Google. But what is so special about DuckDuckGo? A...

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By : Louis Cooper on Jul 19, 2016

The Changing Face of Marketing Communications

Marketing communications are quite different from 10 years ago, a marketing professional would have had television advertising, direct mail and cold calling at their arsenal to try and persuade people to buy their products. TV advertising and direct mail are still widely used today and are variably successful, but new mediums have taken hold. The Trimurti illustrated in the feature image show ...

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By : Rachel Barton on Jul 12, 2016

The Impact of Brexit on low/high skilled jobs

The weeks preceding the European Referendum saw a delicate and multifaceted issue defiled by divisive rhetoric and scaremongering from both brazen demagogues and from polarised members of the general public. Finger-pointing and point-scoring became the main political agenda, and this behaviour has since continued past the announcement of the leave campaign having secured an overall majority (wi...

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