Business Editor at the BBC, Simon Jack, joined us at Pagefield this week to discuss his insights on the challenges on reporting Brexit, conflict in the political arena and the transformation of the world of work. Paul Codd provides his view. Snappily described as ‘banking analyst-turned-broadcaster’, Jack has been with the BBC since 2003, […]
The ‘Stormzy Scholarship’ has brought concerns around the lack of diversity inside Britain’s most prestigious universities back under the spotlight. Our Senior Consultant, Kate Begg, looks at how Cambridge University can use this recent crisis as a springboard to elicit real change. What happened? Renowned grime artist Stormzy added an extra layer of excitement to […]
Popular Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher returned to our screens last weekend following his suspension for spitting at a teenage girl and her father from the window of his Range Rover. Hal Stevenson looks at the crisis comms that made it all possible, and what it means for other brands whose talent makes headlines for […]
Burberry made headlines last week for burning millions of pounds worth of unwanted product every year. Alice Kennedy gives her take on what this means for brand reputation in an era of growing consumer consciousness and how fashion can take lessons from the food industry.
Following the launch of Pagefield Sport, Sam Barnett opens the batting for a new series of sports blogs. Sam considers how the English and Wales Cricket Board could launch ‘The Hundred’, a controversial new tournament set to start play in 2020. Cricket is dying, apparently. Figures show that 58% of Brits find the sport ‘dull […]