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Tools To Save Time With Your Social Media


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Do you consider social media a science or an art…? Being creative with your messaging, actually listening and engaging with your audience, that’s quite artistic. It demands original thought and insight to capture another’s attention. But the actual posting on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram….mucking about with image sizes, tracking what engagement you’re getting on what posts to see what’s working and

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Creative Entrepreneurs

Spotlight On Creative Entrepreneur Kate Jackson


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In the age of Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin, where superficial connections are seemingly so easily formed, it is now more than ever we should invest in building our networks and harnessing the value of authentic human connections that develop offline. In his renowned best selling book “The Tipping Point” Malcolm Gladwell popularised the adjective ‘maven’. A maven

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Events

How To Bring Supermalt Into The 21st Century


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Supermalt, a staple beverage located in refrigerators of UK afro-caribbean and west african UK family households post 1970, has been undergoing a brand facelift of late. That iconic dark brown bottle and mustard yellow label design remains the same, but has taken on a retro, ‘hipster’ status ironically bringing it bang up to date with a fresh new cohort of consumers.

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Events

Should All Entrepreneurship Be ‘Social’?


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The air was buzzing with the energy from conversations and new connections being made at #GEWconnect 2014 conference for startups. The interactive workshops and presentations hosted by Youth Business International as part of Global Entrepreneurship Week took place down at the Whitechapel’s super spacious and dynamic Central Working Space. Amongst the enthusiastic rhetoric and unique stories of various entrepreneurial

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Creative Entrepreneurs, Events

A Music Festival That Finally Changes The Game


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In an article in this week’s Music Week, George Ergatoudis, Head of Music at BBC Radio 1 & 1xtra made a point of championing the importance of diversity in their playlist decision making process: ‘It’s important the playlist meetings are half men and half women’.  Some might say this kind of no-shit-sherlock statement should be a given, but the reality remains

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Events

London Literature Festival


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The London Literature Festival is currently on at the Southbank centre 30th Sept – 13th Oct. This year the festival focuses on themes of freedom, justice and democracy. In the spirit of these themes, tonight see’s a panel debate focusing on black and asian poets in the UK, discussing and promoting diversity and quality in

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Creative Entrepreneurs

The Return of Ms Lauryn Hill


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We had the pleasure of attending Ms. Lauryn Hill’s live show at London’s Brooklyn Bowl, 29 September. Her dedication to her her art form was epitomised in the infallible energy and finesse emanating from the stage. The masterful execution of her performance coupled with the myriad of negative press surrounding her creative hiatus made us

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