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Experiences from the Insight Show

Experiences from the Insight Show

Taking part in a panel discussion at the Insight Show was a great opportunity to talk about current trends in our industry, and discuss what the future holds.

How companies are catering for people’s busy lifestyles

How companies are catering for people’s busy lifestyles

So healthy eating and having a healthy lifestyle doesn’t appear to be a fad or a trend, it’s the way things are nowadays. We have already seen intersections between health and exercise but this also begs the question – where will this go? What’s next for healthy lifestyles?

Finding the Positives in Brexit

Finding the Positives in Brexit

So, Brexit. We voted; our Prime Minister chivalrously bequeathed his successor a legacy as daunting as any in generations; we’ve seen an opposition party in ineffectual disarray; we’ve witnessed constitutional and legal challenges; we’ve even made some limited progress to understanding what Brexit might actually entail!

Zero-hours contracts: Defending the indefensible?

Zero-hours contracts: Defending the indefensible?

Over the past 5 years zero-hours contracts have become a major talking point in the UK, with a raft of negative coverage in the media as the number of people employed on them balloons; just last week it was reported that the number of zero contracts in the UK had reached a new record high of 910,000 workers.

Sharing Gets Personal

Sharing Gets Personal

Sharing – one of life’s greatest, yet simplest pleasures has never been easier. But it’s also never been less personal.

Communicate or Die

Communicate or Die

Those reading this article will have (at least) one thing in common – we all work in the marketing industry, different disciplines maybe, but all unified by the professional imperative to be effective communicators.
 

Exploring qualitative research in China

Exploring qualitative research in China

When I was 12 my Dad announced I was to leave my home in Taiwan to attend boarding school in England. The resulting 10 years were to shape me in a way neither he, nor I could ever have imagined.