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Will 2017 be the year of ‘IC believers’?

Reading the headline you might be thinking: ‘I wonder who IC believers are’. I will circle back to this shortly, but first let me share one of my favourite quotes with you. It is from a Greek philosopher, Heraclitus and it goes like this: “Change is the only constant.”

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Robots vs. Humans the next world war? Somehow, we don’t think so

Remember the movie IRobot? Its 2035 and Detective Del Spooner (or Will Smith as he is more commonly known) is saving the world from thousands of rampant evil robots who.

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Goodbye 2016 and thanks for nothing!

Lingering like a house guest that has drunk all your booze and just won’t leave the party, nobody likes 2016.

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How Google is helping us navigate through the Black Friday Sales

Over the past decade we’ve been gifted a fair few annual traditions from our lovely neighbours across the pond. First, the obsession with prom infiltrated our secondary schools. Then, we.

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Do communications professions really ‘get’ their audience?

When you consider that support for Hilary Clinton and Britain’s continuing membership of the EU were strongest in urban, metropolitan areas, where most creative industries are based, we have to accept that much of our target audience (59m Trump supporters and 17.4m Brexiteers) and even some of our colleagues and clients might just hold a world view radically different from our own.

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Just what does it take to dent ‘The Donald’?

While there have been so many memorable, and frankly fascinating, moments so far, one of the things that has been most interesting from a communications perspective is Donald Trump’s seeming impenetrability to traditional media attacks.

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A Note on the Type

Typefaces are one of our most powerful tools for conveying personality. They evoke gut reactions and tell stories. So what does the typeface your brand uses say about your business?

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What McKinsey is saying about external affairs (and how PR pros should respond)

The simple fact is that executives and boards need more help developing and implementing strategies for creating value in environments where the terrain is in a near permanent state of flux. With one foot in Main Street, and the other in the boardroom, communicators – both in-house and consultants – are ideally placed to help.

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Managing a Crisis: The Government’s Response to Tata Steel

Crisis communications is a well-established discipline within PR and Comms agencies. Working with big, industry-leading brands, it’s important to be ahead of any potential reputational threats. Heightened consumer awareness coupled.

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Virtual reality – the next big channel for internal communications?

If someone said virtual reality to me two weeks ago, I’d instantly think of those fighter jet simulators you used to get in theme parks – the ones that usually made you puke at the end.

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