Would you like to become a Trustee of National Youth Ballet of Great Britain and help take this 30 year old Performing Arts Charity through an exciting period of growth?
Trend reports are everywhere at this time of year. What matters is the underlying patterns. Futurists are all about pattern recognition, and being able to decipher the important, emergent signals amidst the fads and fashions, and all the trend talk. Why does this matter? Well, because as hyped as it might sound, we will see more change in the next 5 years than we have in the last 250 years.
When Amelia Harvey and business partner, Mike Hodgson came across Kiwi gourmet yoghurt The Collective, they immediately saw the opportunity to launch the brand in the UK. Fast-forward three years and they're now accountable for 1.4% of a UK market worth £1.5Bn.
There is no shortage of material on the web that offers guidance for measuring social media activities. However, little stands up to robust scrutiny.
January is traditionally the time of year when we stop. Stop drinking, stop smoking, stop bringing work home at the weekend.
With business as usual the marketing equivalent of a death warrant, last year’s theme was about overcoming legacy thinking and resetting the agenda for the future. Taking that further, this year's conference theme was 'Beyond'.
'One of London's loveliest carol concerts' is taking place again this year on Thursday 10 December...
'Winter for Good', this year was held at Basement Sate - an exclusive cocktail bar tucked away in the heart of Soho.
What's the secret to award-winning marketing? We heard from this year's winners - EDF, Macmillan, TSB and Diageo - on what it takes to win an Excellence Award.
Joe Wicks, The Body Coach, joined us for lunch on Thursday 10 September. Not heard of him? You will. 18 months ago he was running sessions for a handful of people in his local park in South London.
In August, we were delighted to be hosting our first summer party in Asia and were joined by our members in the region for an evening of catching up and networking.
The idea behind the Uncomfortable Breakfast series is for our powerful and influential network to come together to share challenges in an open environment.
Widely regarded as a pioneer of sustainable business, Sir Ian was group CEO of the Kingfisher Group from 2008 to 2015.
We're expanding, with a hub of the Society in New Delhi launching in 2017.
This week we meet the Regional VP Communications at Tetra Pak Export.
What’s your golden rule?
Life is a journey on a speed train – look out the window, laugh a little and enjoy the scenery before the next stop.
As ever, the 2016 Marketing Society annual conference was awash with fantastic speakers.
We're delighted to be partnering with VSO again this year for their Christmas Carol Concert
What a stormer of a Global Conference from the Marketing Society this year. It certainly feels like they have grown into their new conference home at the British Film institute as the lofty interiors of The Opera House fade into distant memory. It was wonderful to be reminded by Ed Lu - a bona fide astronaut - to really appreciate what you have in life and how little you really need to be happy.