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2016 Political Silly Season; Trump Shocks Washington, D.C.

As in past elections (2012) I will from time to time present astrological commentary about those who are seeking the U.S. Presidency.  At this point it is highly relevant to look at Donald Trump, a Republican, A businessman, A multi-billionaire who has never held elected office.   1,094 more words

Moon-to-Sun Returns

Listening to your community, part two focus groups…

The next step to really listen to our community was to dig a little deeper on the themes we had identified through the survey.

When you cover a community of 40,000 people you need to narrow your numbers down, you also need to think about what is a manageable number to facilitate. 438 more words

Community Management

Moderators and Interpreters: A Match Made in Heaven

Mariana Cajiga is Head Interpreter at Kiwi Language Services and one of the most sought-after interpreters in Mexico City. She has specialized in the market research industry for more than five years and here she shares some insights regarding the moderator-interpreter relationship.

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Insight Translation

SSSC Registration changes

The SSSC is changing the way they regulate and is reviewing the Codes of Practice. You can learn more here and also find the links to attend the focus groups which are being held around Scotland this summer.

Professional & Work

"The Hypocrisy Is Really Just The Start": Republicans Learn The Wrong Lessons From 2012

A few months ago, Politico published a piece about the Republican message machine settling on its preferred 2016 narrative. The headline said the GOP plan is to “turn Hillary into Mitt Romney.” 681 more words

Mitt Romney

CIPR LPS announces new focus group venues across UK

The CIPR Local Public Services Group has added more dates and venues for focus groups across the UK. The focus groups are part of a research project delivered in partnership with Manchester Metropolitan University, which aims to understand the current and future training and development needs of PR practitioners. 140 more words