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The Hundred – the other side of the coin

Guest post by Annie Chave, who questions the England and Wales Cricket Board’s (ECB) reasons for introducing The Hundred, a new extra-short form of cricket at the height of the 2020 season, and explains the ‘Oppose The 100’ campaign. I … Continue reading

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Still not tired of London and its ‘wonderful immensity’

“… when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford.”  Our senior consultant Andrew Weltch argues it’s probably as true today as it was when Samuel Johnson … Continue reading

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Unlocking creative potential in higher education marketing

Guest post by Martyn Edwards, Interim Director, Marketing, Recruitment & International at Swansea University. This is always a pivotal time for higher education marketers – A-level results day [Thursday August 15] signals the start in earnest of Clearing. The well-publicised … Continue reading

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GB hockey facing the world’s best

For the first time in a quarter-century, Britain’s men’s ice hockey team is competing at the sport’s highest level, writes Andrew Weltch. Team GB qualified for the top-flight world championship in Slovakia by winning Division 1A last season – a … Continue reading

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Woods or Nicklaus? Messi or Ronaldo? There’s no need to pick a side

Sport’s obsession with choosing a clear and definable greatest performer compromises the sheer brilliance of individuals, argues Reece Chambers in this guest post.  Tiger Woods’ victory at the 83rd Masters’ Tournament in Augusta last week illustrated one of sport’s greatest … Continue reading

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Free bagels in the Big Apple – running with the New York Road Runners

Our senior consultant Andrew Weltch looks at the success of New York Road Runners in getting people of all ages and abilities running the sidewalks, streets and parks of the five boroughs. Running (or, more accurately for many of us, … Continue reading

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Neil Warnock’s Public Relations Masterclass

Guest post by Reece Chambers on the weekend’s post-game press conference by Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock, and how it demonstrated a mastery of PR. It’s 6.54pm on Saturday evening. Mr Warnock has just trudged back into the house and … Continue reading

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