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7 Features To Make Your Company App More App-ealing

Pexels. CCO Licensed. Sponsored Editorial. Apps can be a great marketing tool for businesses. By encouraging customers to download your app, you can provide them with a constant reminder of your business on their phone, which can encourage return business. Of course, customers aren’t going to download your app unless there’s a real advantage to […]

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Creative Digital Big Chat – Great Networking and Digital Catch Up!

It was nice to bump into my friend and colleague Nanda Arulparam at the Creative Digital Big Chat hosted by Sian Murphy and Mark Jennings from Stormchasers Digital in collaboration with The Dragon Co Working in Rochester. It’s a free, monthly networking event about, ‘everything you wanted to know about Word Press.’ So a must in one’s diary.

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A Sign of Things to Come in a Diverse and Merry Month of May

  It certainly has been a merry month of May. Kicking off with the May Day celebrations in Medway followed by the feverishly pitched but joyous royal wedding and still plenty more festivities to come in my part of the world before the month is over. A few words about the royal wedding which has

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Creative Goddesses from the African Diaspora- Turn Your Passion into an Income

Inviting all Creatives to Participate in The Creative Goddess Online Summit If you have a special gift, a talent, flair for all things creative and you want to share it with the world and make a difference Register here for the Online summit Creative Goddesses from the African Diaspora: Unleash your Creative Powers and Turn

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Women and Ethnic Minority Businesses contribute £25-32 billion to UK Economy

Growth and Diversity: Meeting needs, seizing opportunities According to a new paper published by the Diversity and Inclusion Business Council (DIBC) last month women and ethnic minority led businesses are still not making the grade in terms of their performance against other groups in the UK. Yet the story is not all gloom as they

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