Posts Tagged 'change'

How the hospitality sector taps into the £77.56bn revenue generated by Christmas 2016

Posted on December 19th, 2016 · Posted in Blog

December is one of the busiest months in the hospitality sector’s calendar: it’s a month of eating, drinking and socialising. And in London, consumers are spoilt for choice. With the.. read more

Twitter changes character limit rule

Posted on September 20th, 2016 · Posted in Blog

It’s finally here. Not the iPhone 7 and not London Fashion Week, but changes to Twitter’s character limit rule. The platform, defined by its 140 character limit, has implemented an.. read more

What does BREXIT mean for UK hospitality and tourism?

Posted on June 30th, 2016 · Posted in Blog

As the fourth largest employer in the UK, the hospitality and tourism industry is an important sector to consider following last week’s EU referendum results. In the wake of Brexit,.. read more

How should restaurants adopt the clean eating trend effectively?

Posted on June 10th, 2016 · Posted in Blog

Over the past year the trend for “clean eating” has risen from a lonely hashtag to an international craze, conquering the internet at an alarming rate. The product sector has.. read more

Is the renewal of its charter the beginning of a new chapter for the BBC?

Posted on May 16th, 2016 · Posted in Blog

On the 13th May The Economist reported that the BBC had had its charter renewed without the high level of drama that the media suggested there would be. The charter.. read more

#YesHeKhan or Can He when it comes to supporting London businesses?

Posted on May 9th, 2016 · Posted in Blog

Boris Johnson will be remembered for his enthusiasm for the Olympics and his Boris Bikes, however he also achieved a lot for businesses in the UK and was a great.. read more

How Instagram is mimicking Facebook by personalising user newsfeeds

Posted on March 17th, 2016 · Posted in Blog

Instagram has announced that it will be testing an algorithm-based technique designed to personalise user newsfeeds. Going forward, the platform will place photos and videos it thinks its users most.. read more