Edelman Summer Party 2014: Expect the Unexpected

Edelman Summer Party 2014: Expect the Unexpected

On July 2nd, for the third year in a row, we hosted more than 450 key clients, prospects and media to “Expect the Unexpected,” at Bedford Square Gardens, in central London. Usually a private garden in central... Read More »

Are we already over wearable technology?

Are we already over wearable technology?

I’ve been wearing a Nike FuelBand for about 3 years now. I’m actually on my 3rd one (2 original and now on the SE version) having had the first 2 fail and been replaced by Nike in London – great... Read More »

Government Reshuffle 2014: Cameron picks his winning team?

Government Reshuffle 2014: Cameron picks his winning team?

After months of speculation and with the General Election now less than twelve months away, David Cameron has announced details of a far reaching reshuffle of his ministerial team. While previous reshuffles within the... Read More »

Today’s toddlers are swiping through life

Today’s toddlers are swiping through life

We’re great at sharing in our team and, the other day, Justin Westcott shared a piece from Wired, defining the generation post Born Mobile as Generation Moth. I love the term, it is so apt. The opinion comes from Olof... Read More »

A Countdown to the Future of Language

A Countdown to the Future of Language

Imagine what Richard Whiteley would say. And for those of you who just asked who?, Richard was, until recently, the much-loved presenter of Countdown, a TV show in which students, pensioners and out-of-work brainiacs... Read More »

Virtuous Circuits: Addressing Social Challenges

Virtuous Circuits: Addressing Social Challenges

In the last thirty years the world has been transformed by technological change, as traditional markets have been disrupted, established hierarchies challenged and individual citizens and consumers empowered. Yet this... Read More »

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