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Businesses in UK experience IT skills gap

Businesses in UK experience IT skills gap

by on April 8, 2020

In today’s digital era, businesses have come to rely upon digital solutions and modern technology for their day to day operations.

Many would struggle and operations could even grind to a halt without IT solutions and facilities.

However, while IT is more important than ever in today’s digital age, it seems that not all businesses have staff who are adequately trained when it comes to IT.


Marketing planning : how to get rid of Excel

Marketing planning : how to get rid of Excel

by on May 5, 2019

Many marketers still use Excel or other spreadsheets and organisational resources for their marketing planning.

The organisation of marketing planning often takes more time than marketing planning itself. It may seem like a complicated statement, but it is also a harsh reality.


Women for Women / Don’t miss the Work and Family show on the 21/22 February

by on January 2, 2014

Women for Women : The Work and Family Show is launching at ExCel in London on Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd February 2014.

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The event is designed for maternity and paternity returners, career break women and working parents to help them create their ideal balance between work and family.

This is a rare opportunity for organisations to showcase their family-friendly ethos, mix with like-minded brands and speak directly to a pure target audience looking to return to work, seeking the brands and services that can support and help them create their ideal life.


Time to end the embarrassment – the first ever Digital Marketing Show : 150 speakers and 100 exhibitors

by on October 16, 2013

26th-28th of November 2013 the first ever Digital Marketing Show will take place at Excel.  Attendance is free and tickets are available from

The Show’s producer, Nick James, talks about his vision to help all marketers understand digital.

When digital marketing was first born many marketers thought that they could safely ignore it and leave it to the techies and a few dot com whizz kids.   Over the years that attitude has become increasingly dangerous.  I believe that the businesses that ignore digital will be dead within five years (with very few exceptions where the market is distorted).   The High Street has already seen many casualties.   The Digital Marketing Show was created to make it far easier for British businesses to understand how they can harness the power of digital marketing.