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Million Makers from The Prince’s Trust

As a volunteer Local Ambassador for The Prince's Trust, one of my duties is to help spread the word about the Million Makers Corporate Challenge from the Prince's Trust. It's a fantastic way to increase teamwork and collaboration across organisations, whilst giving employees the chance to develop...

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E-commerce customer experience ends at the doorstep, not the checkout.

E-commerce merchants invest heavily in making sure their customers have a seamless journey – from the point they enter their website to the final click to confirm the purchase. Digital Marketers work their magic to attract the customer to the virtual storefront. Conversion Rate Optimisation Managers...

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How to prepare for your annual performance review

When we apply for a new job, we always make sure we're fully prepared and ready to tell our 'story' at interview. We go to great lengths to match our skills and experience onto the requirements in the job spec - giving solid examples of...

How to Give Your Marketing Team a Rebrand
How to give your marketing team a rebrand

There's a piece in the latest issue of Marketing Week that highlights research suggesting that Marketing "still has a job to do to change its perception as the colouring-in department." Here, I'd like to offer my own 3 step guide to giving marketing functions a 'rebrand', ensuring...

Kill your business before someone else does
Kill your business before someone else does

Back during the dot-com boom of the late 90s, Jack Welch of GE tasked his business units with an exercise he called “Destroy your business.com”, in which managers would seek out ways in which emerging dot-com competitors could put them out of business. The process...