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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...

Written by Alison Relf I get the gig – as in I get the gig on the gig economy. First “invented” in the US a few years ago, it now accounts for more than five million workers in the UK. A gig is a temporary job of course; not a...

Written by Ella Pitt Marketing and Advertising aren’t quite synonymous terms that can be used entirely interchangeably, but what are the major differences and what is the purpose for keeping the two separate? The distinction can certainly feel clouded at times and perhaps not all marketing...

Written by Alison Relf Wandering to the train station today – a lovely 30 minute jaunt with nature which sets me up for the day – I was thinking that maybe I should try the route in silence! You see I always listen to LBC to...

Written by Ella Pitt I’m often struck by the paradoxes of living in the 21st century. It seems to me as though recent decades have been marked by both the absolute embracing of change as well as the utter revulsion of change, and quite often both...

Written by Ella Pitt Standing at the start of a brand new year, the mind naturally wanders to the concept of newness. With what started as thoughts of the end of 2019 and setting intentions for 2020, I found myself questioning why we respond so well...

A good life is a full life; but just sometimes we all need precious silence don’t we? And that’s why I love reading books; alone, in another world, sshhhhhhhhhh……… Yes, silence may be golden, but I am not sure it’s what we need while commuting, vacuuming...

Not so long ago, I remember clients’ marketing programmes and budgets were split into distinct parts.  You may have seen advertising, corporate hospitality, literature, websites, exhibitions, direct marketing, media and “pr”, and all manner of other bits and bobs, recorded as different programmes and separate...

With the rise of social media and the internet meaning there is rarely any need to wait more than a second or two to retrieve information, it’s no wonder that print media is sometimes a little left out. However, there’s still a certain charm to...