We’re a quarter the way through 2021 and the Scriba coverage shows no sign of slowing down! Our word nerds have penned a range of in-depth releases, features, Q&As and thought leadership commentary covering game-changing product launches, new hires, and industry opinion.
So, it’s that time again – pop the kettle on and take two minutes to catch up on an action-packed PR month…
Terry Daniell, operations director at Trenches Law, penned this article for Interface magazine on how technology chiefs can use the ‘marginal gains’ theory – adopted by gold-winning coach Sir David Brailsford in the 2008 Beijing Olympics – to automate business processes.
With a laser-beam focus on pharmaceuticals, Dr Ash Ramzan, founder and principal consultant at Woodley BioReg, turned the spotlight on falsified medicines for Open Access Government.
Bringing 20 years of experience in the IT sector – and Virgin Media and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office expertise – Richard Burt joined workplace data analytics firm Tiger as head of service management. His news was featured right here, in Comms Dealer.
The endless cycle of lockdowns and shuttered shopfronts may have made us feel bleak about the high street, but founder of Agilite Solutions Neil Coales recently shared his predictions for the months ahead with Tomorrow’s FM.
A thriving workplace atmosphere is perhaps considered the ‘holy grail’ for any successful organisation – especially when trying to navigate a pandemic. Kirsty Carter, chief of staff at technology solutions and services provider Solutionize Global, delved into this topic more with business title Umi.
Recording its highest performing year to date and investing a seven-figure sum across the company – as well as doubling its headcount to 65 – ,Leeds-based HR management software firm Every’s success was picked up by the BusinessDesk.
In a recent edition of Skip Hire Magazine, Tidy Planet’s sales manager Huw Crampton shared his thoughts on the role legislation, decentralised solutions and composting all play when helping the UK to manage its food waste.
It’s time to shine the spotlight on a client product… Here’s ESE’s split bin – a single container system which has a dual-stream capacity, and an item Materials Recycling World made sure they featured.
Going to prison would be at the top of most people’s fears but for those on the inside, the outside world can be just as, if not more, scary. Offploy founder, Jacob Hill recently spoke with Metro about his experience in incarceration, and how he’s changed his life.
ESE World Ltd’s managing director, Peter Vernon shared his thoughts with LocalGov.co.uk on how important sustainable waste management strategies are – this is after Carbon Copy research revealed that 75% of local councils declared a ‘climate emergency’.
And that brings this month’s media coverage highlights to a close. Anyone fancy doing it all over again in April? Us too!