30 JAN 2015

Learning the Hard Way

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The Prince’s Trust, a youth charity that helps change young lives, has begun targeting employers as part of a new campaign. The campaign is designed to encourage employers to take a different view on vacancy applicants from different and perhaps less fortunate backgrounds. Learn The Hard Way sees unlikely candidates approach employers using LinkedIn, the… read more.

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We are very fortunate to work with a real variety of organisations. As an agency we made a decision before launching that we would never work with two businesses in a competing sector, the reasons to us were obvious; the client paying you the highest fee would get the best opportunities and irrelevant of confidentiality… read more.

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Many regional titles are reporting that due to superstores, bargain stores and retail parks fighting harder than ever for our custom, local traders – some that have maintained a family business for generations – are finding it increasingly difficult to make ends meet. I must admit, when it comes to shopping for material goods I’m… read more.

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I have had the pleasure of working with contemporary artistic photographer, Nigel Tooby, before when he launched an exhibition, Eye Spy, in support of homeless charity, Simon on the Streets. His works and installations for the exhibition were creative, engaging, uncomfortable and moving. Fast forward to January and I find myself once again working alongside… read more.

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The Yorkshire Evening Post announced last week that Teppan Two Sixty the high tech Leeds restaurant that encouraged diners to order food via an iPad has closed its doors after eight months of business. The concept was a first for the city, but with the restaurant ceasing trading within just a short amount of time… read more.

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Barely a day goes by without another news item or broadcast bulletin referring to a supermarket chain either announcing profit warnings, staff redundancies or commonly another price war. I’ve thought about this a lot recently and I can’t help but think that these retailers are missing the point. Let me explain. I have been a… read more.