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Greg Rutherford, Tameka Empson join Strictly Come Dancing …. Sailthru … TransgressiveX … Loudmouth PR … Criteo …. Rent the Runway, SheKnows Media and Betabrand … Shutterstock Music

Greg Rutherford,Tameka Empson join Strictly Come Dancing ....Sailthru ...  TransgressiveX ... Loudmouth PR ... Criteo .... Rent the Runway, SheKnows Media and Betabrand ... Shutterstock Music.

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NewVoiceMedia wins Communications Solution of the Year Award

NewVoiceMedia, a leading provider of cloud technology that helps businesses sell more, serve better and grow faster, announced today that TMC, a global, integrated media company, has awarded ContactWorld a 2016 Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award.

ContactWorld is a multi-tenant intelligent communications platform that integrates seamlessly with Salesforce, enabling companies to have more successful conversations with their customers.

Core contact centre functionality such as omni-channel contact routing, self-service IVR, automated outbound dialling, screen pops and instantaneous CRM updates are provided globally with proven 99.999% platform availability.

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Women for Women : Male managers 40 per cent more likely to be promoted than women

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Greg Rutherford,Tameka Empson and Lesley Joseph join Strictly Come Dancing

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‘Brand of Gold’ The Olympic Brand / Rob Coke, Studio Output

Rob Coke (Group Strategy Director) from Output Group writes ...

Sixteen glorious days after they opened, the Rio 2016 Olympic Games have closed. ‘Open’ and ‘closed’. That's also how the Economist recently described the new fault lines in international politics.

No longer about left and right, the outlook of politicians – and nations – is defined by whether they are welcoming and open-armed, or protective and closed-borders. Progressive or regressive. [more…]

Women for Women : Male managers 40 per cent more likely to be promoted than women

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Woman for Woman : More than half of women in advertising have been sexually harassed

Woman for Woman : More than half of women in advertising have been sexually harassed

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‘Brand of Gold’ The Olympic Brand / Rob Coke, Studio Output

‘Brand of Gold’ The Olympic Brand / Rob Coke, Studio Output

August 23, 2016

Rob Coke (Group Strategy Director) from Output Group writes ...

Sixteen glorious days after they opened, the Rio 2016 Olympic Games have closed. ‘Open’ and ‘closed’. That's also how the Economist recently described the new fault lines in international politics.

No longer about left and right, the outlook of politicians – and nations – is defined by whether they are welcoming and open-armed, or protective and closed-borders. Progressive or regressive. [more…]

Fresh Relevance launches weather tools for marketers

Fresh Relevance launches weather tools for marketers

August 23, 2016

Latest additions to the Fresh Relevance Platform

Weather Rules can be used to set rules determining what content is shown to an online visitor or email recipient. For example, if customers are in an area where it is raining or a downpour is expected, a retailer can elect to automatically present customers with a selection of wellies and umbrellas.

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Noel Edmonds gets a string of new shows… and earns £10million

Channel 4 to make him the richest daytime TV host in Britain despite axing Deal Or No Deal

  • The last episode of the biggest spending game show will air in Autumn
  • Channel 4 say Noel Edmonds is working on a range of new programmes
  • A Deal or No Deal Tour will hope to 'reach new audiences'

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Finding the perfect festival staff

Finding the perfect festival staff

Here at Mash Staffing, we believe that finding the right promotional staff for any campaign is a bit of an art form - one that requires thought, clear processes, and the right balance between work and fun. After all, there’s no reason festival work shouldn’t be both - but it’s important to plan ahead, and make sure you’ve got exactly the right type of staff on board for this kind of event.

While festival work can attract people who are there for the party atmosphere, working at a festival is no easy task. It can be physically demanding, with long hours and no real home comforts - which can mean untrained staff find themselves there for very much the wrong reasons.

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