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Opting-in to Email Marketing

With the emergence of a wealth of new digital tactics from mobile apps to social media, are we forgetting one of the oldest and most fundamental ways to engage online? 280 more words


Steak with a side of blood work

As the peak personal fitness trend continues to gather momentum, it has seen the rise of “health optimisation parties” in the UK.

The new service offers diners a gourmet 3 course meal and full blood work from the comfort of their front room. 58 more words



Recently I had the opportunity to participate in a special sheme at work. We had a truck in which we could personalise denim and logo. It would have been rude to not buy myself a new denim jacket and add my own touch, ey? 12 more words


Big pharma is ripe for #Disruption

After decades of doing things the same way, big pharma is ripe for disruption and needs to commit to innovation to reach its goals. But one must be cautious of not overspending in R&D and look at the cash profit which must be achieved by reducing the cost of operations by employing better ways of engagements and delivery of better and cost-effective healthcare products… 550 more words


4 ideas for supporting literacy in your classroom

  1. Recognise those students who may struggle more with their literacy by checking the reading age data available on SIMS. Consider providing these students with sentence starters to get them going on a piece of written work.
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Ross Thorburn talks Improvised Personalisation

I guess the most recent example is doing a training on recruitment, helping managers to be able to ask good interview questions. These were managers that worked for me, and I’d seen them do interviews before, and I saw them ask interview questions that were not very effective. 528 more words