I love Christmas – presents, mulled wine, family get-togethers – but even so, it’s a logistical nightmare. And every day it gets worse. There’s trees to decorate, last-minute presents to buy, chock-a-block shops to brave, office parties to endure, and extra work to finish – topped off with the nagging feeling that you’ve forgotten something. Even if you’re one of the lucky ones whose job winds down in the run-up to yuletide, it’s still one of the busiest times of the year. So, if you need a little extra help this winter, here’s our simple guide for how to strike a good work-life balance over the holidays.
The 13th and 14th of September marked the days when London School of Marketing held its annual graduation ceremony in London, United Kingdom. The school which has been operating in the education industry since 2007, is partnered with Anglia Ruskin University to offer students from around the globe the opportunity to gain British qualifications at the comfort of their own home. The London School of Marketing Graduation ceremony is quite a remarkable occasion as it is an event where students from numerous nationalities meet in London to celebrate their educational accomplishments. Therefore, the LSM management decided that a conventional graduation would not do the event justice.
In the biggest loss to the high street since Woolworths went bust in 2008, BHS looks set to disappear from the British high street after 88 years as the ailing retailer's last ditch attempt to save the brand failed. Chief executive Dominic Chappel informed its 11,000 staff in writing today (25 April) that the administrators would be called. So what went wrong?
A higher education provider founded only a decade and a half ago is on track to become the world’s largest educator. London School of Marketing welcomed its first student in 2002 and since then has expanded to work across 150 global locations to provide foreign students with access to UK qualifications..
Vice Media, the $4bn media powerhouse, has incurred criticism for opting to create a marketing campaign for cigarette brand Phillip Morris. Despite big tobacco being banned from advertising in the UK and US, the company that brands itself as an edgy news outlet for millennials, has opted to produce work for Phillip Morris. The Guardian reports that Edition Worldwide, a marketing agency own by Vice, will help create content for the brand – although none of said content will appear on Vice channels or within any editorial material.
The long-awaited festive John Lewis ad is out today. Here's how your business can break through the noise too. Crimbo is nigh, and with it the battle to win over consumers and get to the top of everyone’s pressie list. So how do you make your brand stand out in the blitzkrieg of festive advertising and marketing?
The Dean of Thadomal Shahani Centre for Media and Communications - Mubai, Jayanta Mukherjee, speaks about "Media Education 2.0" at "The Edutainment Show" organised by Event Capital, a division of Laqshya Media Group, and partnered by The Telegraph at The Park.
Mars Food, owner of the Dolmio pasta sauce and Uncle Ben’s rice brands, has warned consumers that these products should only be consumed once a week owing to the high levels of salt, sugar and fat they contain.
The RFU are said to be the richest union in the world but anyone who has not got any change from a tenner when buying a couple of pints at Twickenham will know they are not averse to making a few extra quid.
Maria Sharapova has been the most marketable female sports star for the last 10 years with earnings of £21m in 2015 alone. £16m of these earnings were mainly from endorsements from Nike and Tag Heuer, both of which provided her with possibly 40 per cent of her endorsement revenues. Porshe, Evian, Sugarpova, Head, Avon, Netjets, Canon and Tiffany are some of her other current and past sponsors wishing to be associated with the glamour held by both tennis as a sport and Sharapova herself.