At the beginning of our global pandemic Professor Bodhisattva Chattopadhyay from the University of Oslo published a video on Youtube in which he argued that science fiction fans are rarely surprised by anything, since they have
On commencing her training at theological college, Marketors’ Chaplain Canon Dr Alison Joyce found that fellow students would indulge in post-prandial party tricks.
In contemplating the continuing Covid pandemic in her virtual sermon this week, Marketors’ Chaplain The Reverend Canon Dr Alison Joyce was reminded of the last international crisis we faced.
The wealth management group is among the first to join the exclusive corporate relationship programme launched by one of the City’s most innovative livery companies.
When, on Sunday 12 July, St Bride’s emerged from lockdown with a public Service of Eucharist, we imagined that the worst of the Covid pandemic was over.
We have been working with our partners the University of Greenwich to explore ways we could help their students beyond our existing help with their, Dragon’s Den style, Enterprise Challenge.
I am using the term “science” here somewhat loosely and am well aware of the longstanding debate by scholars about whether marketing is an art or a science.
We enjoyed a lively motion debate with Liveryman Jenny Ashmore, Portfolio NED & Consultant and Liveryman Chloe Webb, Senior Marketing Operations Manager, EMEA, FTI Consulting.
What does an orangutan, cricket, an SD card and The Monument have in common? They all featured in the City Giving Day inter livery quiz in aid of the Lord Mayor’s Appeal.
There are many things which are different this year, but particularly the lack of in-person shared experiences which we are so accustomed to as human beings and on which we rely for fellowship.