Marketeers, don’t be lost for words

Ann Carrigan   April 19, 2017  

The world could do with a bit of gobblefunk right now. And some swatchscollop. And even a bit of frobscottle. Anyone under the age of ten and reading Roald Dahl knows exactly what we mean, unless they’ve been fluckgungled by their parents. Roald Dahl’s made-up language is writing at its… Read more »

What’s new for your social media strategy?

Ann Carrigan   April 19, 2017  

Nobody builds a career in Marketing & PR because they want a quiet life. This is one business where the pace just keeps on getting faster. In fact, there are few sectors that are changing so quickly and the way to succeed in this business is to spot the emerging… Read more »

Change minds, change lives with a career in mental health

Ann Carrigan   April 19, 2017  

This year there are plans in place to improve mental health services across the country. This so-called Cinderella service, which has been under-funded in the past, now has politicians from all sides calling for improvement. Are you up to the challenge? Many jobs in mental health are within the NHS…. Read more »

Skills for a star role in a start-up

Ann Carrigan   April 19, 2017  

As a supply sector, Manufacturing & Production is key to the economy. Not only do we export products all over the world but a wide rage of businesses here at home rely on those things produced or manufactured: retail, tech, IT, telecommunications. . . the list of industries is as… Read more »

Five Habits of Successful Production Managers

Ann Carrigan   April 19, 2017  

A day in the life of a Production Manager is never dull. Major challenges will involve complex planning stages followed by the coordination and on-site control of often fast-paced manufacturing processes. So what does it take to make sure quality goods and services are produced efficiently at the right cost… Read more »