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Archant Dialogue extends luxury portfolio with a new content contract for Burgess, the world’s leader in luxury superyachts

Archant Dialogue extends luxury portfolio with a new content contract for Burgess, the world’s leader in luxury superyachts

by on August 9, 2018

New contract to publish an exclusive, luxury magazine for superyacht owners and charter customers  - A unique advertising opportunity for luxury brands

Archant Dialogue has been newly appointed by Burgess to publish Burgess Magazine, an exclusive annual superyacht living and style publication, which is distributed to some of the world’s highest net worth individuals.

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“What social media tool is your all-time, desert-island, can’t-live-without favourite?”

“What social media tool is your all-time, desert-island, can’t-live-without favourite?”

by on August 7, 2018

 

Let’s be honest, social media is a jungle. Forget about the flood of apps, integrations, and add-ons, just figuring which network you should invest in is overwhelming.

What if you could ask today’s influential online marketers one question: “What social media tool is your all-time, desert-island, can’t-live-without favourite?”

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Check the latest award winning Clareville PR Newsletter

by on August 7, 2018

Check the latest award winning Clareville PR Newsletter

Media relations specialists that communicate brand messages and calls to action across multi-media platforms – digital, social, print and broadcast.   http://clareville.co.uk/

Clareville is a 15 strong Public Relations Agency based in Fulham, London woking with clients around the world.
Our contributors are directors and managers from backgrounds in publishing, media and PR. Most are members of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations. We to bring you news, and fresh insights on a range of PR issues, from within the walls of an award winning London PR agency.

hello@clareville.co.uk  +44 (0)207 736 4022

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6 unconventional ways to be an awesome person

6 unconventional ways to be an awesome person

by on August 6, 2018

If you've ever felt like you're just the average Joe or Jane, I have news for you. Anybody can be awesome.

Being awesome doesn't mean having off-the-chain leadership skills at work or killing it with your uncanny negotiation prowess.

Smart, talented, pretty, tall, charismatic, funny. If you know people like that, they're no more awesome than anyone else just because they have desired attributes.

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Labour: Corbyn camp hits back at Tom Watson

by on August 5, 2018

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Complaints : “The beach was too sandy. We had to clean everything when we returned to our room.”

Complaints : “The beach was too sandy. We had to clean everything when we returned to our room.”

by on August 5, 2018

They should not allow topless sunbathing on the beach. It was very distracting for my husband who just wanted to relax

These are actual complaints received from dissatisfied customers by Thomas Cook Vacations (based on a Thomas Cook/ABTA survey):

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Salad Creative head up the visual branding for 24th Design Podge Lunch

Salad Creative head up the visual branding for 24th Design Podge Lunch

by on August 3, 2018

Salad, the creative-led design and communications agency, today reveals the visual branding and creative concept for this year’s Design Podge Lunch – the design community’s invite-only annual networking event.

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British TV isn’t the same as American productions. It’s different

by on August 3, 2018

Outside my dormitory room’s window in Exeter, lay a grassy hill with sheep grazing.

I was at a conference a few hours’ drive southwest of London and yet the pastoral scene reminded me of my boyhood home in western Pennsylvania.

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An idea for UK supermarkets : This SA ‘plastic’ bag can be used as compost in your garden

by on August 2, 2018

Big important opportunity for the UK supermarkets. Which UK supermarket will be the first to trial it?

  • Pick n Pay SA  has introduced compostable supermarket bags on Tuesday.
  • The bags are made of vegetable matter such as maize and potato starch.
  • It takes between three to six months to decompose, compared to 500 to a thousand years for a typical plastic bag decompose. 
  • Many thanks to Cheryl De Beyer for the tip off.

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