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NewVoiceMedia ranked among top 100 cloud services providers

by NewVoiceMedia on September 2, 2015

NewVoiceMedia, a leading global provider of cloud technology which helps businesses sell more, serve better and grow faster, announced today that it ranks among the [more…]

Tap and pay limit rises to £30 today

by Will Corry on September 1, 2015

Tap and pay limit rises to £30 today: Contactless card move brings cashless society one step closer

  • Amount spent on contactless cards has doubled in the last six months
  • Technology allows shoppers to touch card against an electronic reader
  • Rapidly replacing cash for small purchases and could propel Britain towards a cashless society. Graphic by Shutterstock

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GleanIn Social Registration enables exhibitors and their personnel to see in real-time who has registered for an event from their social networks

by Will Corry on August 31, 2015

GleanIn's revolutionary new social marketing software is storming the UK events’ market due to its unique value proposition for visitors AND exhibitors.

GleanIn's social registration widget sits within the registration process and encourages visitors to connect their social profile/s in order to see who else is registered for the event AND also which exhibitor brands, exhibitor personnel and speakers they follow, like or are connected to. GleanIn also make it easy for them to invite others to register for the event and share their attendance with their social networks.

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Who are the cute girls in the hilarious Heinz Mustard commercial?

by Will Corry on August 31, 2015


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“Where digital marketers and analysts come to get the latest strategies for increasing website conversion rates” – Conversion Conference, London

by Will Corry on August 29, 2015

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Benedict Cumberbatch ‘magnificent’ in the gritty role of ‘Man Shopping in Tesco’

by Will Corry on August 28, 2015

Benedict Cumberbatch has blown away the critics after a ‘magnificent, power-house performance’ at the Brent Cross Hendon Way Tesco Superstore in Cricklewood last night.

The Sherlock star, already receiving plaudits for his role as Hamlet at the Barbican Theatre, was praised for his thirty-five minute ‘tour-de-force’, in which he grappled with the gritty role of ‘Man Shopping in Tesco’.

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Twitter Tweets on a Friday : #Marketing, #Communication, Sony Mobile, #tourism, #travel, SmartUpUK, Content Management

by Will Corry on August 28, 2015

 

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You can now have a bespoke newsletter for your operation. Imagine it. Your own result driven bespoke newsletter

by Will Corry on August 28, 2015

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Makes full use of your quality editorial articles etc.

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    New research reveals that IT issues are holding back the contact centre industry

    by NewVoiceMedia on August 28, 2015

    New research from Call Centre Helper, run in partnership with NewVoiceMedia, reveals that nearly half of industry professionals (44%) name ‘IT issues’ as a key barrier to running an effective contact centre.

    The survey, which asked over 600 members of the contact centre industry ‘what barriers stop you from running your dream contact centre?’ also found that budget (67%), the need for new technology (40%) and technology not being joined up (35%), are all responsible for restricting progress in the contact centre.

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    Latest News : StackaWraps get a £500,000 funding boost

    by Will Corry on August 28, 2015

    StackaWraps, lifelike 3D product replicas, are breaking through on to high streets in the form of giant beer glasses, aftershave bottles and even an oversize pair of jeans

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