Tag Archives: and

Ali Fazal pre-empts Death on the Nile disrespect, describes his own appearance as ‘blink and miss’. Watch

After several delays, Kenneth Branagh’s Death on the Nile finally seems to be on the verge of release. A new trailer and poster for the Agatha Christie adaptation was unveiled by 20th Century Studios ahead of its planned February debut. Actor Ali Fazal was a step ahead of headlines that he anticipated for his quick appearance, and wrote a tweet ... Read More »

The BA Dissertation in Education: things seen and red.

Each year in the School of Education 150 BA honours students complete their first piece of self-directed research. The methods and findings are written up in the form of an eight thousand word research report, a dissertation. This dissertation is the culmination of four years of intensive study of education, and an opportunity for its writers to say something useful ... Read More »

Why Is Marketing Strategy And Messaging Critical To Lead Generation?

I’ve been writing a lot lately about the importance of marketing strategies, marketing messaging, differentiation, stories and what you’re saying about your business. Most people think this is a lot less important than the tactics associated with the distribution of these messages. I’m not sure I agree. As my business partner likes to say, “If you don’t have anything interesting to ... Read More »

All new Search and Discovery on Zomato

Zomato brings us closer to the food we love in many different ways. It’s a one-stop-shop for finding the best pizzerias to order from, quirky cafes for perfect weekend brunches, or the newly opened brewhouses. As our platform has evolved over the years, and we expanded our offerings even further, the search and discovery experience became more and more fragmented. ... Read More »

3 Effective And Low-Cost Marketing Strategies

While marketing in today’s digital world provides many more options for businesses, it also makes it more difficult to know where and how to spend your marketing dollars. And when startups are competing with larger companies who have extensive marketing budgets, it can be especially intimidating to figure out how to win over consumers. Let’s take a look at how ... Read More »

‘A circus and a hoax’: how rightwing media are covering impeachment

The Fox News offices in New York City on 11 October 2019. Photograph: Andrew Kelly/Reuters Televised public impeachment hearings on Donald Trump start on Wednesday and are likely to grip America with a litany of damaging testimony. Transcripts of private hearings already show witnesses testifying about the same basic scenario: Trump wanted Ukraine to investigate his potential rival in the 2020 election ... Read More »

We Are In A Free-Agent Job Market: Here’s What’s Happening And What You Need To Know To Succeed

Today’s economy and job market is radically different from just a few generations ago. Back then, you could graduate from high school, get a decent job, afford a home, two cars and raise your kids in a nice, suburban neighborhood. You would work at the same company for most of your adult life and receive a pension when you retire. ... Read More »

More and more IT professionals looking for a new job

NEW DELHI: Many in leading technology services companies seem to be unhappy with the increments handed out to them in the last annual appraisal cycle (June-July), leading to a nearly 3x jump in the number of IT professionals searching for jobs, show the findings of a survey. The dipstick study, ‘The Rise in Active Job Seekers’ and conducted by staffing firm Xpheno, ... Read More »

One size fits all marketing v/s custom made: Beyond stereotypes of segments and digging deep

What is the most effective way for a brand to reach its consumer? And what defines how they build not just effectiveness but rather do so with authenticity in the consumer’s life? This is the number one question in the marketers’ mind set. And there was a time this was done in a simpler and wider form through just print ... Read More »

Take a peek at the future of media and entertainment at Disrupt SF

Where does tech end and media begin? It can be hard to find the dividing line, particularly as tech companies move into the media business, and as big Hollywood blockbusters are increasingly created on computers. So even though TechCrunch’s Disrupt SF event (happening next week!!) is ostensibly a tech conference, we’ll have plenty of big names from the worlds of media and ... Read More »