Published on: Monday, 18th March 2019

I recently received an email from author Guy Kawasaki, advertising his new book. It was one of the simplest emails I’ve received in a while – and one of the most effective. I read the email; I followed the link; I bought the book. I consider that email an exemplar of best practice in terms […]

“If your name’s not down, you’re not coming in.”

Published on: Thursday, 14th February 2019

It’s a phrase that conjures up visions of paper lists at nightclub doors – but in the digital age it’s more relevant than ever. If you’re on the right lists, then countless doors of opportunity are open to you; if not, those doors slam shut. Of course, GDPR regulation was welcomed with open arms by […]

Transfer window closed?

Published on: Thursday, 7th February 2019

If you are an IT manager in a mid-sized company you will share the frustrations of football fans who support non-Premiership clubs. If their team is lucky enough to find a young talent who could really help deliver the results the club needs, in no time at all they are tempted away by the glamour […]

Common Challenges of Event Pros

Published on: Tuesday, 5th February 2019

The EventsEvents 2019 is one of those professional conferences that you mark your calendar well in advance and return to year after year. The active participation and open dialogue for the attendees, combined with the intimate setting and multiple networking opportunities results in enlightening conversations and a plethora of good ideas. Here are a few […]

Pain Free Outsourcing

Published on: Friday, 7th December 2018

It frustrates me that for some companies, outsourcing tech work is still a real headache. I often hear about it from businesses in pain, desperately looking for a miracle cure! I promise, if you pick the right partner, it can be painless. And more than that. Having a committed, flexible and talented tech team at […]