Wiltshire company takes event-broadcasting to new levels of professional expertise.
The world is now months into a pandemic that has dramatically redefined society and the economy, and if marketing experts are to remain resilient, they too must adapt to the ‘new normal’.
Bidding on brand terms can be a contentious decision for advertisers to make, particularly when a brand is already looking to dominate the top organic spots on a search engine results page.
Across the world, it is safe to say, we are seeing a dramatic shift in consumer shopping behaviour due to current COVID-19 restrictions.
The fear of missing out drives our purchasing habits, rivalries between competing brands, design choices, and much more.
As we are slowly encouraged to return to pre-Covid normality, many businesses with a focus on brick and mortar stores are starting to look at reopening
How can SMEs, entrepreneurs and start-ups compete against global organisations with bigger teams and resources?
I have around 11,000 connections on LinkedIn. It’s a reasonable network spanning across several different industries (all connected through finance and banking) and I’m still connecting with new requests each day.
The future of meetings and events is uncertain, but what is clear is that they will be hybrid – more meetings taking place online rather than travel that lasts longer than the meeting itself.
LuxDeco’s Jon Sharpe discusses how creatives can stay creative during lockdown, and how communication is key to retaining a flow of ideas, innovation and forward momentum.