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Victory in Europe – a celebration of peace   …  Jean Wolfe

Victory in Europe – a celebration of peace … Jean Wolfe

by on May 8, 2020

Jean Wolfe writes .. Happy Victory in Europe day.
Our grandparents endured 6 years of war and then a lot of deprivation for years afterwards.  [more…]

AR, VR & gamifications are a growing opportunity for brands to effectively engage customers

AR, VR & gamifications are a growing opportunity for brands to effectively engage customers

by on February 24, 2020

Two-fifths of Brits have used augmented (39%) or virtual (38%) reality to test or view a product they’re considering.

This despite access and ownership to virtual reality (VR) headsets declining year-on-year from 12% in 2018 to 9% last year.

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“Good artists copy…great artists steal”

“Good artists copy…great artists steal”

by on October 28, 2019

It’s a cliche quote and many people use it, but when Steve Jobs said:

“Good artists copy...great artists steal.”

We had to think about our own work here at The Good Marketer and where our ideas have come from - other people and businesses.

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Events : Ogilvy London leads DMA Awards 2019 shortlist nominations

Events : Ogilvy London leads DMA Awards 2019 shortlist nominations

by on October 26, 2019

Ogilvy London leads the DMA Awards shortlist with 166 entries still vying for Gold, with MRM//McCann and Proximity London close behind, as the full 2019 shortlist is announced

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Why you should outsource heavy equipment training to a professional training company

Why you should outsource heavy equipment training to a professional training company

by on October 24, 2019

Companies have started outsourcing their training function for economic and practical reasons. From reduced costs to liability containment and a decrease in managerial load, there are a variety of reasons for this growing trend.

This article will analyze the reasons in helping to formulate an opinion on whether this outsourcing is in fact a wise move.

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“Tourism accounts for 1 in 10 jobs across the globe” – World Tourism Day

“Tourism accounts for 1 in 10 jobs across the globe” – World Tourism Day

by on September 15, 2019

“Travel makes one modest. You see what a tiny place you occupy in the world.” - Gustave Flaubert

The whole world is celebrating Tourism Day on September 27th Being a tourist is, undoubtedly, one of the most exciting and inspiring feelings a person can experience.

More Tourism articles >>>>>>>

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Healthy bar brands article : ‘They don’t taste that great’

by on September 1, 2019

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Stress free ways of finding a meeting venue in Edinburgh, Scotland

Stress free ways of finding a meeting venue in Edinburgh, Scotland

by on August 19, 2019

Few activities can be as mundane and time-consuming as finding a venue for your next corporate event, private gathering or conference.

A lot more goes into it than just finding a venue. Certain places require licenses and permits from the City Council before they can be leased out.

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New : Food.Social is a small hub with big ambitions, launching in London first

New : Food.Social is a small hub with big ambitions, launching in London first

by on August 2, 2019

Ground-breaking new platform Food.Social, set to revolutionise the dining experience, has teamed up with integrated storytelling agency Plus 1 Communications in a bid to take the UK by storm.

Food.Social encourages foodies all over London to connect through their love of great food, bringing together hosts and guests to enjoy a vast array of food experiences.

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Jo Swinson’s fracking problem

Jo Swinson’s fracking problem

by on July 22, 2019

The one about the rampant hypocrisy of the Lib Dems.

Jo Swinson has been busy doing a Gove-style hypocrisy tribute act by taking £14,000 in donations from a fracking boss while claiming to have “campaigned tirelessly” for the environment. Awkward…

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