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The number of activist campaigns in Europe has increased 12% year-on-year.

Cognitive and stress-relief centred games are seeing a significant increase in interest, with free wellness games in high demand, data shows.

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The number of activist campaigns in Europe has increased 12% year-on-year.
Cognitive and stress-relief centred games are seeing a significant increase in interest, with free wellness games in high demand, data shows.
Charismatic co-founder of WeWork, Adam Neumann, has recently reappeared and seems poised to return to the company. Here is a recap on the inflexible and outdated work culture that lay behind WeWork's flexible, modern office spaces, before the former CEO's ousting.
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A decade after the Transparency of Lobbying Act, nearly nine in ten UK PR professionals believe there needs to be greater lobbying transparency.
As digital presence becomes increasingly essential to brand identity, more companies seek UX strategists. New agency Radstone builds on this trend, putting UX at the core of brand design.
New research from the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) finds 9 in 10 PR directors are white, suggesting the industry still has some way to go when it comes to inclusion.
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Despite the rise of women-owned businesses, the equity investment imbalance has been stuck for a decade. A SETsquared initiative hopes to change that.