Monthly Archives: June 2011

Outspoken? Occasionally. But we prefer positively disruptive. We want to work with likeminded organisations and people.

small business pr: a big opportunity but one size never fits all

When I pick up a shiny new top off the shop rail, nothing makes my heart sink faster than a “one size” label.  Why? It never fits.  You’re pretty much.

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Liberty and Prosperity

David Maseng Will is a second year student at Princeton University who recently started a summer internship at Ruder Finn. Born and raised in Washington DC, he developed a passion.

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Let’s start with the technology…

Since enterprise technology became an accepted part of business infrastructure there has been a language barrier between those that use the technology and those that create and install it. So.

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Carrier roaming NFC agreements

NTT DOCOMO have announced that they will be attending CommunicAsia in Singapore (June 21 – 24) and a couple of things that they will be showing off caught my eye..

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More to Handelsblatt than German companies….

Yesterday morning, myself and Han attended the most recent Gorkana Breakfast Briefing. This time round we were hearing from the London correspondents from the German financial news outlet, Handelsblatt. Though.

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Preaching to the converted

As someone relatively (under three years) new to PR, it is always good to go to as many as the informative talks on offer as possible. However I have noticed myself.

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Initial thoughts on Windows 8

Old Microsoft One thing that Microsoft was always really good at was doing demonstrations of new technology. Bill Gates historically gave barnstorming performances demo-ing products, even when they crashed. Although.

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