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There is a lot of evidence out there to support the view that our brains are adapting to cope with the quantity of information we are bombarded with on a daily basis, but what does this mean for your communications strategy?
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Author: Tony Cooper
For anyone who derives interest in the matter of economic forecasting, the latest July Update of the IMF’s World Economic Outlook (19 July 2016) contains more gloomy tidings for the UK economy, our well being and even that of the world at large following the leave vote. Apparently, Brexit has thrown a metaphorical spanner in the works from the standpoint of reducing annual growth forecasts not only for the UK economy (GDP down by 0.2 percentage points for 2016 to 1.7% and 0.9 points down for 2017 to 1.3%) but for the advanced countries collectively and even for the world economy (down by 0.1 percentage points in both 2016 and 2017).
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Author: Matt Ridsdale
No one likes to be proven wrong. That’s especially true if you’re a business leader and your every utterance is reported, broadcast, rehashed and analysed by media all over the world. So where does that leave us as we enter a period of inherent uncertainty for the business community across Europe?
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