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Who are the UK B2B Superbrands 2017?


Written by Paul Stallard

Superbrands is an annual initiative to identify and celebrate the UK’s strongest consumer and B2B brands in Britain by ...

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Who are the UK B2B Superbrands 2017?

Superbrands is an annual initiative to identify and celebrate the UK’s strongest consumer and B2B brands in Britain by The Centre for ...

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Why asking for advice can pay dividends

One of the reasons I love working for Berkeley is because I consider us to be brave as an agency. We're never scared to challenge ourselve...

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Why are we meeting?

On any given day I attend countless meetings to ensure that everyone included in a project knows what needs to happen. I attended a part...

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Strategy advice from @campbellclaret

I was going through some old notes and found a cutting from an article written by Alastair Campbell that I had cut out to keep (I'm old ...

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Is your research interesting?

A few weeks ago I saw a tweet from the City AM tech editor Lynsey Barber I liked. It said simply: FYI: Just because you have commissioned...

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What is your super power?

Everyone has something that do that they think is basic and easy but if you talk to others in the company you will realise that it doesn...

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Berkeley, the top B2B PR agency outside of London according to B2B Magazine

Last week B2B Marketing Magazine launched its list of top B2B UK PR agencies. This list was compiled after looking at a variety of diff...

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Are you part of the team or just leading the team?

Are you really part of the team or just leading it? An interesting question for leaders to ask themselves. I would imagine that most wil...

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Storytelling: Why does your company exist?

I heard a story recently that I liked and wanted to share. A senior military official was visiting NASA to talk to the staff and saw a j...

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Can you practice too much?

Practice makes perfect. There is a school of thought that says that you should practice and practice something until it becomes second n...

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