The fight to attract top talent within data analytics is a tricky one, data analysts in London are in extremely high demand and relatively low supply.
How helping your employees, helps you. Only a couple of decades ago, employee wellness programmes simply did not exist. But today, employee health and wellbeing are one of the biggest areas of focus for HR departments – and with good reason!
4 top tips – How to make your LinkedIn profile stand out to receive the opportunities you actually want
I was speaking to a candidate yesterday from the continent who made a fair point; In contrast to their native country where they had to reach out, recruiters regularly approached them instead on LinkedIn. The maturity of the recruitment industry in the UK combined with a high demand for CRM marketers in London means it’s easy not to lift a finger without being approached about opportunities. However, the vast majority of these approaches are not what they are necessarily looking for. Here are my 4 top tips to have more of the opportunities you actually want, find you.
Hands down, the last year has taught me so much more than I could have ever imagined. What did I do? What have I learnt? What have I achieved?… Grab yourself a cup of tea and a ‘Tim Tam’ to read my journey!
Whether you’ve seen the movie ‘The Internship’ or not, I’m sure you know; experience never gets old. Billy and Nick might be slightly older than you’d expect, nonetheless, it proves that interns are an important part of any successful business.
A pretty bold statement by Oren Greenberg, one of three guest speakers at our very first marketing event, hosted in our new office in the heart of Piccadilly Circus.
The Trust Hurdle in Financial Services – how new, tech-led finance brands can win the trust of nervous consumers
Last year marked the anniversary of the 2008 financial crisis. Ten years on, trust amongst banks is still an ‘elephant in the room’, so to speak. While 55% of Britons still believe financial services firms are competent in their abilities, almost just as many are dubious about their motives.
Congratulations! All of your hard work over the past three years (or three months, depending on your work ethic) has finally paid off and you’ve earned your degree. But now it’s time for the hard part: finding a job.
Year on year, the digital economy continues to scale, having an inescapable influence on organisations across the globe. As a result, businesses inevitably have had to embrace the evolving technological landscape in order to compete in the global economy. The numbers speak for themselves. By 2020, it is predicted that the intensified use of digital technologies could add $1.36 trillion to total global economic output. But of course, there is one issue – the overwhelming skills gap in this space. This isn’t news to anyone. Marketing & Digital professionals recognise the need for ground-breaking skills to match the fast evolving digital opportunities that have arisen over recent years.