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TCEG’s Axiom shortlisted for PM Society Award
Axiom, a division of The Creative Engagement Group, has been shortlisted for an accolade in the Covid Comms category at the 2021 PM Society Awards.
VIPR CEO features in Insurance Day article on Lloyd’s Blueprint Two technology standards
Amid fear that newly devised technology initiatives may not harmonise with the Lloyd’s vision of a digital ecosystem, Insurance Day has published an article calling for clarity on Blueprint Two technology standards.
A policing problem: why Boris may decide to ease lockdown sooner
One of the founding principles of the police in this country is that ‘the police are the public [and] the public are the police.’ Even during this year of unprecedented restrictions on our liberties, the laws which the police have had to enforce have had popular support. But is that beginning to change? And if so, will the police no longer be the public?
DCMS Round-up: Launch of a programme to protect journalists, World first online safety expo and toolkit to help stop the spread of vaccination misinformation
In todays, Digital, Culture, Media & Sport round-up we take a look at what the government have announced over the past week. Including the launch of a new campaign to help tackle misinformation around Covid-19 vaccinations, a nationwide action plan to help protect journalist & the worlds first online safety expo.
Lord Blunkett: Operation Midland undermined public confidence in the police
Leaders Council chairman Lord Blunkett is one of six former home secretaries who have jointly written and signed a letter in The Times calling for an independent inquiry into Operation Midland.
Green Round-up: Three innovation challenges launched, Grants of up to £2million for green recovery and Hitachi named as a principal sponsor for COP26
In this week’s green round-up, we look at what the government is doing to help the UK economy bounce back from the coronavirus pandemic while looking ahead to a green future. Launching new innovation challenges, providing funding for green projects & continuing to put the COP26 at the heart of the governments messaging for the year are all positive steps to a greener future.
US suspension of tariffs on UK goods bodes well for business
The UK and US governments have this week agreed on a new joint approach to resolve their 16-year trade dispute over aerospace tariffs, in a move which is set to hand a major boost to businesses in both nations.
mGage and Oxfam successfully launch world-first RCS mobile payment campaign
mGage is a company that, along with its American parent company, Vivial Inc., helps to enhance relationships between brands and their customers via mobile channels. The company have recently partnered with Oxfam GB to launch a new payment solution.
FlyResearch poll: week 49 update
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic in the UK, London based online market research agency FlyResearch had been issuing weekly polls to its research panel of over 3000 people, in order to project how the outbreak and the implementing of social distancing and other restrictions has impacted the daily life of UK citizens.
Total QSR figurehead features in Cotswold Life Magazine for International Women’s Day
Total QSR commercial director Sarah Herridge will feature in Cotswold Life Magazine’s March 2020 issue as part of its International Women’s Day coverage.
Going global: Sheridan Resolutions looks worldwide with upcoming rebrand
In what is set to be a transformative 2021 for the business, mediation and leadership coaching specialists Sheridan Resolutions are set to rebrand as Sheridan Worldwide as they look to take advantage of further opportunities outside of the UK.
Andy Clowes, headteacher of Hey With Zion Primary school, on getting children back into classrooms
Andrew Clowes writes about his experiences of dealing with the Covid-19 outbreak as the headteacher of Hey With Zion primary school located in Oldham, Lancashire. With the nation looking forward to the easing of the national lockdown Clowes is open on the issues that headteachers have faced from dealing with the government response to the anxieties of staff. He is now looking to welcome children back to the classroom.
Red Rock Entertainment’s Against the Tides to be screened on International Women’s Day
Against the Tides, a film produced by Red Rock Entertainment, is to be screened on March 8 for International Women’s Day 2021 and has been featured on the event's global website for the year.
Leadership Round-up: Olivier Tsemo of SADACCA comments on the budget and Hancock announces expansion of free testing to get employees back to the office
In today's leadership round up we hear from Olvier Tsemo, CEO of SADACCA, as he responds to the budget. The government announces an expansion to the free workplace testing scheme for companies that register before the 31st March.