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United Airlines Meme

Unfriendly skies for United Airlines.

It hasn’t even been a month since the infamous #leggingsgate scandal when two young girls where stopped from boarding a plane to Denver because they were wearing inappropriate attire, leggings. Now United Airlines finds itself in another PR disaster and …

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Top 10 Wearable Technology Companies to Watch at CES 2017

Another year, another CES, brimming with start-ups and household names alike seeking ultimate glory. But who will come out victorious? In the first of a nine-part series, we give our verdict on the most awe-inspiring hopefuls of the New Year …

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How sponsoring an award can humanise your brand

Earlier this week was the Daily Mirror’s annual Pride of Britain awards, presenting those who are truly remarkable with recognition of their achievements. This year the awards were sponsored by TSB, and hosted by The Daily Mirror. These are both …

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Trump, President, Britain

Clinton v Trump – (and Bob the Builder!)

Mark Lewis from The Brilliant Training Company, looks at whether it’s content or delivery that is the key to great communication. The recent televised debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton gave a fascinating insight into the art of communication.  People …

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Dictionary, languages

Are languages old business?

By Ruby Muir ‘Why bother when everyone speaks English?’, ‘There are other things that are more worth my time’ are just a few of the many comments heard about learning languages in playgrounds, universities and workplaces today. Throughout the country …

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Boris Johnson

Watch your tongue: Hitler isn’t a metaphor

Boris Johnson is the latest public figure to follow the time honoured British tradition of associating things that are generally perceived to be bad with Hitler. In most cases, this serves the purpose of causing a splash, getting people talking, …

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International Women

Ada Lovelace Day – 12 journalists who mark progression for women in Tech

Ada Lovelace is regarded by many as the first computer programmer. It was her writings on the engine that recorded what we now know to be the first algorithm intended to be carried out by a machine. Although she died …

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A different kind of daily? The New Day launches in a challenging era for print news

The New Day – the new daily newspaper from Trinity Mirror launched yesterday – an attractive, eye catching debut to the newsstand with a sky blue masthead and poster style image-led design. Aware of the public detachment from print news, …

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The Power of the Pop-Up

With pop-up locations in London multiplying on what seems like a weekly basis, the Cadbury Crème Egg Café in Soho and the Dogs Trust Valentine’s Day ‘MicroChippy’ in Clerkenwell are the latest to have caught our attention. The UK is …

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The Privacy Shield – Safer Harbour or Sinking Ship?

This week, technology firms across Europe breathed a heavy sigh of relief as Brussels and Washington reached a deal in the eleventh-hour on transatlantic data transfer and privacy rules to replace the defunct ‘Safe Harbour’ agreement, which was ruled illegal …

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Tim Cook, Apple CEO

Has Apple lost its core? What 2016 could hold for the tech giant

Yesterday our Head of Technology, Nick Braund, did the media circuit, appearing on both Sky News and Channel 5’s Live News show, to discuss the fallout from Apple’s latest results for the final quarter of 2015. Whilst these were record …

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Oculus Rift

Virtual reality and your brand: the endless possibilities

This year is when virtual reality is set to break into mainstream world and change the way we work, communicate and collaborate. The likes of Oculus Rift and Sony will give us access to experiences that have only existed in …

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