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Movers and Groovers : Oracle Group appoints all-female board

Movers and Groovers : Oracle Group appoints all-female board

by on July 7, 2016

While 30% of global PR firms are run by women, according to the World PR Report, produced by the Holmes report in conjunction with ICCO, it is rare to find one with an all-female board. The Oracle Group, which combines property expertise with PR and marketing, hopes to set an example as it appoints an all-female board to drive the strategic direction and growth of its business.

With a growing workforce, Oracle Group’s founder and Group Managing Director, Caroline Coskry, has elected a board of directors to join her in overseeing the company.  Claire Grant, Zoe Murzell, Jaclyn Thorburn and Kathryn Reucroft have all worked with Caroline for many years and together have over 70 years of combined experience designing and delivering PR, events, marketing and digital strategies for all facets of the property industry. [more…]

Addressing the increasing demand for real-time decisioning and streaming analytics

by on June 7, 2016

Celebrus launches new breed of connectors - with comment by Katharine Hulls

Addressing the increasing demand for real-time decisioning and streaming analytics, and taking advantage of Celebrus real-time data, three new Celebrus Connectors have been launched today as part of Celebrus Version 8 Update 16.

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This Time It’s Personal : The Future of Marketing in Financial Services

by on November 17, 2015

Free-to-attend seminar and networking drinks Oracle's Maxymiser, in partnership with Mezzo Labs, are hosting a special event on Tuesday 24th November from 6pm-8pm at the [more…]

What have Oracle, KPMG, Accenture, Deloitte, JWT, Edelman, Ogilvy, McCann and Havas got in common?

by on May 17, 2015

What have Oracle, KPMG, Accenture, Deloitte, JWT, Edelman, Ogilvy, McCann and Havas got in common?

Some of the biggest names in marketing services, management consultancy, accounting, legal and technology services are using blur’s online marketplace to win new business.

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Amazon UK, Argos, House of Fraser, John Lewis and Marks & Spencer lead

by on February 26, 2015

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Research – IRUK 500, Amazon UK, Argos, House of Fraser, John Lewis and Marks & Spencer lead

by on February 9, 2015

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Volume and BRND WGN Malta announce formal partnership

by on January 8, 2014

Latest : Volume Ltd, one of the UK’s leading digital and innovation agencies, has announced a formal strategic partnership with Maltese independent digital agency BRND WGN.

The new partnership will leverage both companies’ talent and resources, creating a broader capability and scale to support existing and new clients globally. Volume’s client base is predominantly in B2B technology and includes brands such as Dell, Oracle, Google and BP Castrol. BRND WGN clients range from Air Malta, Simonds Farsons Cisk, Bacardi Oakheart to Oulala Fantasy Football. [more…]

Results International appoints Julie Langley to lead the expansion of its technology and digital media practice

by on February 26, 2013

Results International has appointed Julie Langley as managing director of its advertising technology and digital media practice. [more…]

Why the hell did Oracle buy Eloqua?

by on January 26, 2013

  • Certainly Oracle has been busy shopping through 2012 to boost its cloud capability with purchases such as Taleo, cloud HR company and RightNow, cloud customer service company.
  • To me, the move is an additional indicator of the increasing importance of marketing, teamed with technology, in any business.
  • Modern marketing companies such as Eloqua, Marketo and Hubspot are at the forefront providing marketing automation software that gives actionable intelligence on prospective customers.

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Research : 40% of shoppers would spend more if offered a better customer experience Oracle and Rakuten’s Play.com

by on December 11, 2012

We found that new research from Oracle reports that 40% of shoppers would spend more if offered a better customer experience, rising to 81% of consumers in Western Europe and increasing even more in the UK to 90%.

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