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- 24 November 2022
I find it astonishing that after the age of 25, friends are the group we spend the least amount of time with. Solitude grows exponentially and replaces relationships of all kinds – with family, friends, partners, and co-workers. From the age of 30 to 60, our lives are often dictated by the arrival and then swift departure of children. So, two learnings I bestow upon you:
- 18 November 2022
Yesterday the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Jeremy Hunt announced his Autumn Statement in Westminster, he had three clear goals in mind: stabilise the economy, tackle inflation and restore the UK’s global and financial credibility. The Chancellor had been briefing all week that there was going to be pain, and he certainly didn’t disappoint on that front, with Britain expected to face the highest level of taxation since the Second World War and the biggest fall in living standards since records began.
- 2 November 2022
As many will know, millions of Jewish people around the globe recently celebrated two key festivals: Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Both are an opportunity for great reflection and quality time with the family, punctuated, as many Jewish holidays are, with copious amounts of delicious food.
- 2 November 2022
Where is the first place you would head to find a delicious and nutritious recipe for dinner or a place for lunch that’s close to your office? If you’re answer is something like Google Maps, or some form of food blog, then I’m sorry to say that you’re showing your age.
- 27 September 2022
We’re really excited to be launching our new Web3 consultancy. For Zeno, it has been a two-year journey of education, exploration, client discussions and launching our first campaigns. We will now go further and offer Z3, a dedicated global think tank to help our clients understand, navigate and benefit from Web3.
- 19 August 2022
Britain’s inflation “worst in the G7”
This week the Office for National Statistics published data showing that Britain’s consumer price inflation hit 10.1% in the year to July, the biggest inflationary increase since 1982.
A range of economists are pointing to high food prices as the main driver for this inflationary pressure. Consumers are certainly feeling the pinch, with the price of ingredients for a full English fry-up rising by 17% and the cost of milk rising by over 7% in just a month.
The Bank of England is under pressure to try to solve the issue, with a significant rise in interest rates expected this month to try to cool the inflation spike.
- 11 July 2022
Last week, we supported the launch of The Immersive Wire’s new report, The Marketer’s Guide to the Metaverse, looking into how brands and companies can tap into the next era of spatial computing. Held at PwC’s offices, the launch panel event featured experts in the field such as Asha Easton (Immerse UK lead at KTN), Jeremy Dalton ( Head of Metaverse Technologies at PwC UK) and Whitney Abigail J. (Marketing Lead at Polarys), plus our Director of Digital Strategy and Innovation, Robert Stone. Learning from these leading figures in the space, the audience came away with with actionable insights to help plan projects.
- 29 June 2022
As Pride Month 2022 draws to a close, let’s dive into what this means for brands, businesses and organisations… Back to regular programming? Time to remove those rainbow logos from your social media profiles? Quite the opposite, actually.