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When it comes to payments, who will win the consumers’ hearts?

It’s difficult to predict what momentous events that will happen in the world of payments in 2015 but I do know that there will definitely be some.  Whether they increase the proliferation of mobile and contactless, open up a whole … » Read more…

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Budget 2014: Bingo, beer and big data

Bingo and Beer have grabbed the headlines in this year’s budget speech and the #LetThemEatBingo campaign has caused a minor furore.  George Osborne also used this year’s budget speech to announce funding for big data research via the Alan Turing … » Read more…

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Digital is not new, get over it ;-o

The digital communications age has well and truly taken root.  It’s not new anymore, okay?  It’s seven years since the first Tweet was posted (should that really be capitalised?), 21 years since the first text message was sent and a … » Read more…

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Marketing Myopia

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While the debate continues about proposals to replace the UK Census with options such as online survey and using data already held by Government agencies, the fact of the matter is that we marketers need to know what changes are … » Read more…

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Let’s get geeky about online usage patterns

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According to Ofcom’s latest communications report 24% of households in the UK own a tablet device (up from 11%  a year ago) and over half of all adults now own a smartphone.  Not surprisingly, more than half of all digital … » Read more…

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