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-Guest blog by Gary Gumbleton (www.capitalcontent.co) Businesses know they need to make content but they tend not to know what to make and how to make it. Gary Gumbleton, Managing Director of Capital Content explains how to structure your video content strategy and the essentials you...

- Written by Alison Relf I keep reading about what people have “learnt” (or “learned!”; there’s an example already! If you don’t know – look it up! One lesson!) during enforced time at home. That is, if they are lucky enough to be safe at home...

-Written by Margaret Gott The current worldwide pandemic has brought with it its own set of buzzwords.  We are living in “unprecedented times” and to move on we need to find a “new normal”.  The challenges we face on a daily basis, although differing widely in...

-Written by Ella Pitt The pace of life we are currently struggling to get accustomed to is completely unchartered territory. It is natural then, to fear the ramifications of the disappearance of ‘business as usual’. That being said, a change in focus isn’t the same as...

Written by Ella Pitt For many, the arts and our creative pursuits are seen as an addition to life, a supplement rather than the main bulk. A decadent dessert not a staple carbohydrate. Nice to savour but nonetheless not absolutely necessary. My flatmate who discovered an online...

Written by Lauren Murphy Top tips for working from home ……………………   I could sit here and write another blog post on the top ten ways to work better and more efficiently at work or the top ten Netflix programmes to binge while we’re all...

Written by Jodie Bennett Work experience. Two short words with a big meaning. It is defined as ‘time spent gaining experience from a workplace or employment for future use’. Yet, ‘future use’ is limited in any occupation; the skills required in 10 years time will massively...

Written by Alison Relf News – who do you believe in a crisis? THE Coronavirus is dominating the media at the moment and we all seem to talk about it in meetings, pubs, homes (if we are staying in!) – anywhere!  We no longer use the dreadful...