Our Views On Marketing and Beyond!
Founded in 1977, The Miles Group is the longest established syndicated sales resource of its kind. They provide a cost-effective and consistently proven outsourced sales solution to the pharmaceutical sector. To reflect their ethos of constantly evolving and embracing changing technologies, we prescribed a new company identity that embodies everything The Miles Group stands for – modern, current and bright.
Born between 1995 and 2012, Generation Z are preparing to enter the work-place, bringing with them a distinct world view, supreme technological sophistication, and communication habits that are significantly different to all previous generations. Their characteristics are set to have a profound effect on their expectations at work, and therefore on the way they are recruited and managed, as they begin their careers.
Blacksmith’s staff member Ailsa Mediwake (2nd from right) took to the water on Saturday for the 10th anniversary of the 2018 Rotary Dragon Boat Challenge. Ailsa was part of the 17-strong team “Green Dragons” who took part in this challenging boat race competition.
For a few moments last night, it looked like Japan were going to deliver the biggest shock of the World Cup 2018 so far. Yes, bigger even than Germany losing to South Korea. Sadly, for anyone who routinely supports the underdogs, or indeed teams that eat dogs, Belgium scored a brilliant and crushing goal in the 93rd minute, to go through. A shame.
A cracking night for Joice and Hill!
There was joy and relief all round as Joice and Hill scooped two awards in one night at the prestigious, if not glittering, National Egg & Poultry Awards in London.
Joy on the part of Joice and Hill, and relief on the part of Neil who had persuaded them to enter in the first place!
SEO seems to be one of those subjects that puts people’s backs up. Maybe it’s because of the jargon used by SEO practitioners, or maybe it’s the costs charged for an opaque set of procedures with only vague promises of a good ROI. Certainly, SEO professionals seem to be viewed with a similar level of suspicion to that previously reserved for freemasonry – with its disquieting rights and rituals.
Many years ago televisions were called televisions but mysteriously radios were called wirelesses, a term in common use well into the 1960s. The explanation is that a radio receiver and a wireless receiver are the same thing, both being able to receive broadcast signals, by means of electromagnetic signals, without being connected by a wire – a revolutionary idea in olden times!
We are looking for a self-motivated, enthusiastic WordPress Web Developer to work with our Creative Director, building slick, professional websites and running digital media services for a wide range of clients. You will be joining a small but growing team of professionals to work in our Huddersfield office.
If GDPR is meant to stop the abuse of data by large companies who have access to vast amounts of personal records, which they then pass without permission to third parties, who go on to make the lives of vulnerable people an unliveable hell of unsolicited marketing – then its laudable.
Peter Mayle, ex advertising copywriter and best-selling author sadly passed away recently. He leaves a legacy of memorable advertising campaigns, memoirs and a proliferation of books and TV series about the pleasures of retirement and property ownership abroad – all inspired by his best-seller, A Year in Provence.