NEWS - EDUCATION & CAREERS
In a world of globalisation, multinational companies and online commercial business, global marketing has emerged as a crucial factor to expand brands at an international level.Read more >>
The conversation around mental health is changing drastically. Topics that used to be taboo are starting to be approached much more openly, with people and organisations around the world making active efforts to remove the stigma on mental health.Read more >>
Project management can be one of the most difficult tasks to accomplish in a business. It consists of the process of creating, implementing and supervising a project, which means that project managers must adapt to the requirements of different projects and implement different approaches for each one.Read more >>
Change is constant, and in the ever-changing world we live in, it becomes almost imperative to keep progressing in our professional endeavours. The best option to keep up with this is to use continuing professional development (CPD) programmes.Read more >>
Emails, tweets, product descriptions and landing pages can all be considered examples of marketing content. So let’s take a look at content marketing and when it should be used!Read more >>
Among the toughest decisions to take in life, choosing a career path will probably rank among the highest.Read more >>
From posted letters to instant messaging apps, the world has come a long way. The digital breeze has made everything, from shopping to reading, easily accessible.Read more >>
An integral part of the fashion industry, luxury brand management caters to the promotional needs of high-end brands, and career options in this area continue to grow in popularity. So what kind of jobs are available in luxury brand management and how can you get into it? Read on to find out.Read more >>
Android or iOS, online or traditional shopping, luxury or necessity commodities? Every consumer has different opinions on purchasing products.
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Consultants are an integral part of the corporate world who bring business improvement, management modification, strategies related to information technology (IT) and long-term plans to the table. Consultancy is an umbrella term for a varied range of activities, of which management consultancy is a part.
If you want to become a management consultant, this blog will help you understand what is in store for you.
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Sales has become an increasingly popular career path in the last five years. As per statistics released by statista.com, the number of sales and marketing related professionals in the UK has gone up from 852,000 in 2011 to 934,000 in 2017. Since sales as a career is picking pace, more and more students are opting to pursue sales management professionally.
If you are interested in taking up sales as a career, here’s an insightful blog to help you decide.
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Do you have an idea as to what Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase, Barclays, Bank of America Corporation, and Morgan Stanley have in common?
They are the top investment banks in the world. So what exactly are investment banks and what do they do? Read on to get an idea.
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#CareersInCharity: An Interview with Brigadier Robin Bacon (Retd.), Chief of Staff at ABF The Soldiers’ Charity
As part of our #CareersInCharity series for International Day of Charity 2018, we spoke to Brigadier Robin Bacon about his work at ABF The Soldiers' Charity, what a career in the charity sector means to him, and how his MBA got him to where he is today.Read more >>
If you are creative and have a knack for business, you should think about taking up a career in marketing management. It is an exciting and dynamic career option that has recently been gaining prominence.
Read on to better understand what marketing management is all about.
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A report from Universities UK, an advocacy organisation for universities in the UK, has highlighted the importance of university education and the continued upgrading of skills to the UK economy.
The study, entitled Solving future skills challenges, showed that challenges, such as the UK’s exit from the EU and the rise of technologies such as artificial intelligence, are driving demand for higher skills.Read more >>
KPMG has launched its 2019 graduate scheme, with the Big Four accountancy firm looking for a more diverse talent pool.
The scheme, which will be recruiting for the firm’s audit, tax, pensions and legal services for September next year, is available to graduates with any degree, with job roles available across the UK.Read more >>
Figures from eFinancialCareers have identified the most desirable banking jobs in London, with Brexit-related roles being among the most popular.
The financial services careers website looked at application figures from over the past three months and found that four out of ten applications were for roles related to Brexit preparations, while the majority of the remaining six applications were for project management jobs that were likely to focus on Brexit.Read more >>
The UK’s biggest accountancy firms have been named the best social mobility employers for 2018 in the Social Mobility Foundation’s index, which was created in partnership with the City of London Corporation.
All Big Four accountancy firms made it into the top ten, with KPMG taking the number one spot for social mobility in this year’s index.Read more >>
HSBC has revealed which banking jobs will be necessary for building a career in a digital-enabled financial services industry in the future.
The bank highlighted the importance of upskilling staff as demand for individuals with an evolved set of skills looks set to rise among banks.Read more >>
Research from City & Guilds Group and Emsi has shown that apprenticeships could be the key to tackling skills gaps in the UK.
The study, entitled “People Power”, surveyed more than 1,000 UK C-Suite employers and found that more than 35% are mostly planning to recruit apprentices in the next three-to-five years, while 38% plan to use an apprenticeship programme to attract candidates.Read more >>
Education Secretary Damian Hinds is to issue a “call to arms” to school governors and trustees while urging skilled professionals and leading businesses to support education and schools in the UK. Hinds’ keynote speech to the National Governance Association saw him call on leading employers to do their bit to help “the next generation to thrive”.
Businesses are going to be asked to provide their expertise in filling the roles of governors and trustees all around the nation, with 10% of such school posts currently being unoccupied.Read more >>
The Department of Education has exceeded the target that it set itself for the recruitment of apprentices in 2017. The apprenticeship levy was first launched in April last year, with public sector bodies being obliged to make certain that a minimum of 2.3% of the workforce is made up of apprentices each year.
After just over a year, the Department has succeeded in meeting and even exceeding that target, and is now giving until the end of September for all of the other eligible public bodies to release their own figures.Read more >>
The UK government is paying close attention to the impact of a cap on skilled visas that resulted in over 1,000 doctors being refused entry to the UK between December 2017 and March this year, it has been revealed by Downing Street.
On Sunday, Home Secretary Sajid Javid increased hopes of the cap being lifted by noting that he was giving a fresh look to the policy, putting pressure on Prime Minister Theresa May to have the restrictions loosened.Read more >>
Education Secretary Damian Hinds has decided to clamp down on agencies that he believes overcharge schools for advertising vacancies and trying to recruit new staff members in a bid to save money and allow teachers to stay focused on their main priority.
Supply teachers are relied on by many schools at some time during the school year in order to cover both long and short-term vacancies, and schools often have to pay for advertisements in order to recruit necessary staff members. They are often charged very expensive finder’s fees by agencies if head teachers decide to give their supply staff permanent positions. These agencies often do not make clear the full nature of their fees in addition to the basic wages that are given to supply staff.Read more >>
Coworking is increasingly big business in the UK. Those who decide to cowork when building a start-up enterprise, those who are running a team remotely, and big corporations offering greater autonomy and flexibility are contributing to the coworking market’s massive growth, which is showing no indication of declining.
According to a forecast from the Global Coworking Unconference Conference, there will be as many as 5.1 million paid coworking members and 30,432 spaces all over the world, with an annual growth rate at an average of 24.2% in the market since 2007.Read more >>