Connected devices such as iPads have been welcomed into many UK households and offices alike, bridging the gap between consumer and professional electronics. Here, trade show solution expert, Printdesigns, shares some tips on how marketing professionals can utilise and integrate these portable tablets into their next exhibition stand strategy and design. While the power of
The Asian market is showing really strong demand for our products. They are impressed with our manufacturing quality, our packaging and the fact that they are made entirely in the UK.Jim Drew - managing director, Fuzzy Brush
So few people have tried true, authentic, homemade traditional Polish food. I’ve had the idea of a food tour for a while now, after cooking the first Polish Feast in the FIFTEEN kitchen this summer.Damian Wawrzyniak - TV chef and Polish Food Ambassador
We’re delighted to partner with Lufthansa to reinvent a beloved amenity that provides a differentiated service for its customers.Daniel Callahan - CEO, Flight Level Media
Wild West and card enthusiasts are being given the opportunity to play the classic card game Faro, thanks to an app from Alpha Innovation Games Studios (AIGS). Faro was the most popular game in the US during its Wild West and American Civil War era and it’s now been brought into the digital age with
Businesses are increasingly adopting cutting edge technology to gain a competitive advantage, but consultancy firm Significant Impact (SGPAC) is urging firms to holistically assess the risks as well as the benefits. From artificial intelligence (AI), distributed ledger technology and big data, to the Internet of Things (IoT), tech is revolutionising the way business is conducted.
A big-hearted Forest Fuels employee, which has an office in Oakham, is donning her favourite riding hat for an equestrian adventure on Saturday 25 March – all in the name of raising money for Dorset-based Children’s charity, Julia’s House. Laura Banyard, who’s recently joined the eco-friendly company, is a customer account manager and deals with
As UK Coffee Week approaches, a survey has revealed a shift in the coffee culture, with more workers able to get their caffeine fix and speciality drinks without having to leave their office. The research from coffee and beverage experts the Office Coffee Company uncovered that the days of instant coffee are long gone, being