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Essential Tips to Add Value to Your Corporate Gifts

Are you are a young entrepreneur and want to increase your clientele? You have spent lots of money on brand promotion but that little connect with clients is missing which is affecting the business. 583 more words

Corporate Gifts

Digital to Drive New Personalised Customer Services

Trend Summary: The rise and rise of digital media is driving businesses to offer personal and intuitive customer experiences.

The digitisation of (almost) everything is changing how businesses evolve services and products for their customers, according to a recent report from multinational management consulting and technology services company… 21 more words


Following the money can support personalised payment mechanisms: exploring the health payment system

Most discussion about health and social care is about how much money there is(n’t) in the system. Relatively little attention is given to how the money in health and social care flows through that system. 1,775 more words


Self-Directed Support in mental health: what can you do differently?

Below is a post written for Outside the Box in Scotland, ahead of their Permission to Dream event next month on how people across Scotland have been getting on over the first year of Self-Directed Support. 551 more words


Three Cute Kirby Themes Making Their Way To The European Theme Shop This Friday!

If you’re a Kirby lover, then you’ll absolutely love the fact that three Kirby themes will be making their way to the theme shop this Friday, the 27th of February! 53 more words

How to successfully relate products on Magento

Recently Baymard Institute published a great article about recommendations on the product page. Their research results uncovered that only 42% of even the top online retailer in the world adhere to the best practice, which is proposing separate recommendations for both alternative… 1,192 more words


Do We All Mean the Same Thing When We Refer To 'Personalization'?

The simple answer to that question is – no we don’t. For pure profit motives this term which means a perfectly laudable aim and intention in progressive education has been latched on to, corrupted and made to mean something else when used by the EdTech companies when they come peddling their latest snake oils, charms and amulets. 283 more words