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Could ‘fixing’ the plastic problem create a bigger problem?

Wednesday 19th September 2018 | Tagged as: Plastics, Food packaging, Food waste, Tom Platt, Paper Bags

A lot has changed in such a short space of time. The BBC’s Blue Planet II series achieved exactly the response it desired – supermarket chains are aiming to eliminate plastic packaging in years to come, single-use plastics are being dropped by a variety of food and drink outlets, and alternatives to plastic are already being trialled for use as food and drinks packaging.

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Walking the talk: a path to better mental health support

Wednesday 01st August 2018 | Tagged as: Imogen Woods, Mental Health, Children, ADComets, Thames Path Challenge, Off the Record

Did you know that 75% of mental illnesses start in adolescence and that one in six people in the UK will experience mental health issues at some point in their life? It is increasingly important for us all to be aware of the impact it has on people’s lives – whether they experience it personally, or whether they are supporting friends, family or colleagues.

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Sponsorship is not the only marketing opportunity the World Cup offers

Wednesday 13th June 2018 | Tagged as: World Cup, Football, Tom Platt, Russia, Sponsorship, Brands

If you’re anything like me, the World Cup provides plenty of reasons to celebrate: football on every day of the week, seeing the best players the world has to offer and the potential for England to bring home a trophy for the first time in decades (or not, as so often ends up being the case). But it’s not only we football fans who get excited about the World Cup; major producers of consumer goods also see the competition as a golden opportunity to grab the attention of potential customers of all ages.

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The Royal Wedding: How digital has changed the face of interaction

Friday 25th May 2018 | Tagged as: Digital, social media engagement, Louise Watson, Royal Wedding

So after weeks of speculation and chatter, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are finally wed! In a break from traditional royal weddings going back several centuries, it’s encouraging to see the pair opting for a more modern-day celebration (apparatchiks around the British monarchy may not say the same however). While most people were focused on what Meghan was wearing (as a fellow bride-to-be, I will admit that was one of my main reasons for watching the wedding), it also got me thinking about how far we have come in connecting with ‘the Royals’ over the last decade, largely due to the increased adoption of digital communication.

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