As we reach the halfway point of 2021, June has been another busy month at Scriba towers and for our clients.
So, without further ado, grab a brew and have a scroll of some of the great coverage achieved this month…
Commercial finance intermediary, ABL business, is confidently moving ahead with its ambitious expansion plans by launching a North East regional office, headed up by newly-recruited tax and VAT funding specialist Jonathan Barber – as reported in Business News North East.
When the cold winter weather in Texas led to mass chemical plant shutdowns at the start of the year, there was global disruption to supply chains.
Since then, challenging times have continued for those businesses across Europe which are dependent on a reliable supply of virgin plastic. Peter Vernon, MD of waste storage solutions manufacturer ESE World Ltd, offered his take on the current landscape and explored why he believes that recycled plastic is the key to helping prevent the negative financial and environmental impacts of the ongoing raw material shortages.
Dr Ash Ramzan, principal consultant at Woodley BioReg, discusses the five key challenges preventing biosimilars from reaching their full potential in European Pharmaceutical Review.
Workplace data analytics firm Tiger’s Ben Nicklen offers some sharp insight on the Comms Business website – about how statistics, analytics and information allows company leaders and managers to make all-important, business-critical decisions about how they can improve their service and customer experience.
The Yorkshire Post tells the story of how Offploy has been called upon by the Department for Work and Pensions to help get 348 prison leavers ‘work ready’ and reduce reoffending rates.
Non-executive directors (NEDs) can play a huge part in the success of any organisation, but this role is often overlooked completely or not afforded the prominence it deserves. So what does a NED do and how do you set about finding good ones? Paul Beaumont, Managing Partner at ConsultPB, shares some wisdom and experience with UMi.
Adam Oldfield, managing director for marketing automation disruptor Force24, explains to Mad // Insight why you marketeers should take better care to really understand their insight before launching their next digital comms campaign.
Rail infrastructure contractor, VolkerRail, has partnered with Leeds based SaaS specialist eviFile to create an integrated mobile platform to make its projects more efficient – as reported by Prolific North.
Mike Dunleavy, client director at IT solutions provider Central, shares some insight via UMi into how firms can effectively plan their IT infrastructure to support post-Covid working practices.
Paul Kinley, managing director of Indigo Environmental, discusses why plastic waste, recycling, and export are topics which have long taken centre stage in the headlines – and whether it’s really fair to blame this commodity for the pollution problems facing our planet – in Recycling Product News.
Clare Gledhill, operations director of digital, insight, and content at strategic communications agency CDS, shares her thoughts around re-platforming – notably why it’s often one of the most neglected elements and its importance in implementing an effective digital transformation strategy – on the IT Pro Portal website.
Dr Ash Ramzan, founder and principal consultant at Woodley BioReg, discusses in Pharma Mirror how during a pharmaceutical product’s lifetime, manufacturing processes will drift within their specified ranges — typically due to equipment wear-and-tear and operator variance.
Richard Vann, founder and managing director of RVA Group UK, explores the process and benefits of asset retirement planning, and why operators should start thinking about the end of the tank’s life earlier than expected — you can catch the original article in the summer issue of Tanks & Terminals.
Meanwhile, over on Twitter…
Food waste and Energy-from-Waste specialist Tidy Planet was re-tweeted by BBC’s The One Show after its Rocket Composter featured on the program at its client Le Manoir’s site when TV chef Raymond Blanc took to the small screen to discuss all things food waste composting and closed-loop waste management!
Phew, so there goes another month and a LOT of column inches! Same again or even more in July? Bring it on!