It may have been a month full of Easter celebrations, but there has certainly been no shortage of cracking news – and coverage – coming out of Scriba’s media engine in April! We’ve shared stories of huge company investments as well as plenty of thought-leadership pieces, partnerships, and more!
To celebrate the end of another newsworthy month, here are a couple of our highlights. Grab a brew and scroll down…
Mark Gair, the managing director of strategic communications agency CDS, recently spoke with Prolific North about knowing when is the perfect opportunity to build and develop your people, technology and culture – and it doesn’t have to take deep pockets to do so.
Paul Rendle-Barnes, director of recycling at Indigo Environmental, recently shared his thoughts with Let’s Recycle on the role that local plastic recycling can – and should – play when helping the UK to have a more circular economy.
Establishing the business following the flip of a coin, our managing director tells Prolific North all about the lessons she’s taken on board, why having a mentor has been vital to Scriba’s success and what success looks like to our chief word nerd.
Empowering teachers to understand how engaged students are and where they need additional support are just two of the many benefits of plugging in savvy business intelligence software. Delving into this topic deeper, Caroline Lewis, sales director at workplace data analytics firm Tiger, provides her vital insight for FE News..
With the end of the latest lockdown in sight, many companies are exploring what a new way of working looks like for them. Adrian Brewin, a partner at Reid Brewin Architects, shared his views with Design and Build Review on the future of the workforce in a post-pandemic world.
Not only is Nicola Brown a brilliant sales director at Central, she’s also instrumental for the Women in Social House (WISH) group – as its director and co-chairman of the north west region. With over 20 years of experience in the technology and public sector industries, here’s why WeAreTechWomen put her under the ‘inspirational’ Q&A spotlight…
There’s no doubt innovation has been pivotal in helping organisations to continue to operate throughout the global crisis. But what are the difficulties some businesses have to overcome when they adopt new technology? Chris Reid, CEO of nursery management software provider Connect Childcare, outlines his key considerations for leaders, via Morton Michel.
Technology has the power to impact schools’ facilities management and HR teams for the better – and that’s something Adam Watson, director and co-founder of Every Compliance and HR, explores here in FE News.
Multinational pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca has invested in an A900 Rocket Composter from waste and Energy-from-Waste solutions expert Tidy Planet, to process its 100-acre manufacturing site’s 24 tonnes of annual food and green waste.
It has been over a year since the Covid-19 outbreak first hit the UK. But thanks to the roll out of the Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines, more people are keeping themselves and others safe. However, not everyone wants to have the jab, so what must employers do in this situation? Charlotte Ashton, senior solicitor at ESP Law provides her legal guidance on this very topic.
Following a year of immense disruption for the hospitality sector, Paul Hamilton, the technical director of commercial linen revival specialists Regenex, recently spoke with Luxury Hospitality to explain how this industry can continue to build on its recovery and be a beacon of light when it comes to encouraging more businesses to reuse and recycle.
Straight-talking managing director Adam Oldfield, and founder of marketing automation platform Force24, thinks marketers should stop listening to comms ‘gurus’ and give their email strategies a big shake. He recently spoke with MADFest to explain why…
In recent years, industry representatives have been voicing their concerns to the Society of Dyers and Colourists (SDC) about a widening skills gap. Following an in-depth study conducted in December 2020, here’s why you may be surprised by the extent of the issue.
Phew! There goes another month covering a number of column inches! Fancy doing it all over again next month? Us too!