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What next for baby boomers and the jilted generations?...

Many Baby Boomers are fortunate to have both their own property and a decent pension. Meanwhile younger generations look to be finding life tougher, hampered by high house prices and modest wage increases. But is the truth more complicated? Our society is more aware of our generational differences than...

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Let’s help consumers, not penalise them: countering th...

We’re always taught that loyalty is something to be encouraged and rewarded. Yet those who stick with their suppliers are likely to be worse off than those who switch. Why is this, and what are the benefits in helping consumers manage their money better?   Many people are paying more...

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Friend or Foe? Why candidate pre-screening goes hand i...

Increasingly organisations are becoming aware of the real threat of data breaches. Those at the top of their game are quick to realise that ‘insider threat’ is one of the causes of a data breach incident.  Pre-screening employees is one way to support the organisation in reducing this risk....

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Are you sharing the ‘shared society’ vision?...

Earlier this month Prime Minister Theresa May announced the measures she plans on implementing in order to better support mental health issues nationwide. This spans workplaces and schools – and intends on reducing stigma surrounding mental illness. Leading the review is former banking executive Dennis Stephenson. Also interesting is...

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Consumers expect the expected – marketers need to reme...

Oscar Wilde once said: “To expect the unexpected shows a thoroughly modern intellect”. However, the saying ‘expect the unexpected’ is not applicable to the way a brand talks to its customers. As we know, marketing today is all about the customer experience. This includes the ability to meet customer...

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You don’t need a passport to visit your local...

According to the Office of National Statistics (ONS), this year over 600k young people will celebrate their 18th birthday. That’s a lot of parties and legal pub visits – and a lot of passports that could be at risk if each took them out to party as a form of...

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Challenges to DMP adoption and how to overcome them – ...

This article is an extract from our recent white paper on DMP adoption, data-informed decision making and programmatic advertising. Download your copy here. Keeping up to speed with the needs and demands of your customers can be difficult. The marketplace has changed. Consumer expectation has gone super nova. So,...

Read More Challenges to DMP adoption and how to overcome them – ‘how’ rather than ‘why’
Is Jack Frost giving utility providers a chill?...

As Britain heads into a cold snap homes are turning up the heat and energy usage is soaring. But is it Jack Frost turning the dial or is it an impersonator? How hot will the fraudster be during the coming months? For many utility providers the answers to these...

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Do you think the theft of biometric information is pos...

Millions of people already use fingerprint recognition to access their smartphones. For many, this is a first exposure to one use of biometric information that could become a common way to verify a person’s identity for a range of financial s...

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