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News & Views

What did London Tech Week teach us about the industry’s future?

Launched with pledges around UK investment in AI and the news that the country is the third biggest producer of unicorn tech start-ups, London Tech Week saw a slew of events taking place across the capital. Our Technology team was on hand to support clients and scope out the latest trends during the week’s activities – here are three things we learned:

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Can Millennial Doctors and Digital Health Services Fix the Patient-Doctor Relationship?

Against a world-weary backdrop of ongoing financial, workload and resource pressure our new study shows millennial GPs believe digital communications can improve doctor-patient relations. And they want to lead the change…

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The resurgence of iPods, vinyls and cassettes, and what this means for brands

The recent launch of a new iPod range by Apple turned some heads. In an era where streaming dominates and our phones can store most of our favourite tracks, why would anyone buy an iPod?

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60 seconds to enter; 4 hours to create; 10 minutes to shine; 1 (plastic) planet to save.

Forget the usual award schemes, where you send in your written entry and then wait to hear whether you’ve won anything months later in a large ballroom over a warm glass of wine and a chicken dinner for 500. This award process is in real time!

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Apple moves into privacy with latest iOS features

As Apple announces a new ‘Login with Apple’ feature that lets internet users sign up for websites and apps by linking them to their Apple ID, David Lucas, our Head of Technology, and Rob Stone, our Digital Strategy and Innovation Director, share their thoughts on what this means for the industry and consumers:

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The Month in Social

Welcome to our monthly social update. In these posts, our digital team will fill you in on what’s been happening in the world of social media over the past month:

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The Monkey Say Podcast

Voice is in vogue. Driven by the rise of podcasts and the growth in adoption of voice assistants, the spoken word is increasingly a marketing channel in its own right.

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