Full service creative agency LIFE has expanded its creative team, with the appointment of Senior Creatives Jason Cope and John Protheroe, from Grey Shopper and Denfield respectively.
These appointments will support a series of recent new business wins for LIFE including Müller and SHS Drinks. [more…]
Forty-six-year-old Wayne Shaw is currently under investigation from the FA under allegations of illegal gambling all revolving around his half time meal, a greasy pie, dined upon during Arsenal's 2-0 FA Cup victory on Monday.
British consumer spending confidence has hit its highest level on record but a huge rise in concern about the economy saw it overtake terrorism and immigration as the nation’s biggest concern.
The latest Nielsen Global Survey of Consumer Confidence and Spending Intentions revealed that across 2016, the economy saw the biggest rise in the amount of Britons citing it as their 1st or 2nd biggest concern. The proportion doing so rose 12 percentage points to 28%. Political stability saw the next biggest rise, jumping eight points to 10% – five times higher than at the end of 2015.
You spent thousands of dollars on journey mapping consultants, workshops, and tools, and you’re thrilled to have survived the exercise and walked away with some great-looking maps. Then reality sets in. You were told that journey maps are the be-all-end-all tool for customer experience transformations.
But looking at your maps, you suddenly have no idea what you need to improve or how/ where to begin to improve it.
Now what? Where did you go wrong?
— RealityPR (@realandy) February 21, 2017
Latest : NewVoiceMedia, a leading global provider of inside sales and contact centre technology that helps businesses sell more, serve better and grow faster, has successfully completed a Service Organisation Controls (SOC) 2 Type 2 examination based on the trust principles of security, availability and confidentiality. Accountancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) performed a rigorous audit of NewVoiceMedia’s security controls and processes for its products and services.
Big-name advertisers, including car maker Jaguar Land Rover and media and information firm Thomson Reuters, have suspended or limited their U.K. digital advertising spending following a recent newspaper report saying that their ads have appeared on hate sites and next to videos from supporters of Islamic terrorists and other extremist groups.