How millennials are driving a healthcare revolution

Facing pressure from an ageing population and the recent coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the healthcare landscape is, as it always does, adapting to change. The knowledge and skills of tech-savvy millennials, who have grown up alongside the rise of the smartphone, social media and almost any service being available online, fuels the growing HealthTech sector, predicted […]

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Are podcasts good for business?

Fifteen years ago, above a Californian pizza shop, history was made. YouTube took its first steps into the world. From small acorns, great oaks grow, and YouTube certainly fits that saying, with an audience now of some 2 billion-plus monthly users. And those users are posting content about literally everything from ’how to build a…’ […]

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Do we want to be private or safe?

It has been proposed that Ofcom will hold social media companies to account for potentially harmful content on their platforms. This follows two recent terror attacks in London and the UK government’s aim to tackle terror threats and extremism, including the ‘influence’ of harmful and extremist content being posted and shared on social media platforms. […]

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Moving to the cloud could give your business the wings it needs to soar

It’s 7pm and dark outside. You’re struggling to type by the poor light of streetlamps filtering through the window. The phone has been ringing off the hook all day, you haven’t had a chance to eat since breakfast and you should have gone home two hours ago. But you haven’t finished updating your spreadsheet and, […]

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He hid, he’s found, he’s banned from every ground

Facial recognition is under the microscope again, after football fans and civil liberties groups have criticised its deployment at the upcoming Wales derby between Cardiff City and Swansea City this Sunday. Most football fans turn up to enjoy the match and have a good time. Some may have a bit too much to drink and […]

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12 Days of Christmas

We love great marketing campaigns, and Christmas is arguably the most challenging time of year for brand marketing, with everyone cramming in to get a slice of the turkey. Some brands have become synonymous with Christmas, massively increased sales with clever campaigns and created adverts so popular that their release has become a highly-anticipated event. [...]

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Does your PR strategy include SEO? Here’s why it should.

Good content and outreach are the pillars of both an effective PR and SEO strategy, so it naturally follows that these two disciplines should be made to work hard together. Which SEO tactics should PRs be using to produce stronger content and deliver optimum results for our clients? Our creative director and SEO expert, Roger […]

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Could deepfake threaten public relations?

Deepfake may be the newest threat on the horizon to PR and media relations. We have previously discussed other threats from our fast evolving digital sphere to the integrity of our industry, including fake news, mistrust in social media and manipulative algorithms. The rise of deepfake is the final piece in an increasingly complex puzzle […]

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