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Five reasons to relocate to Australia

Rachel Hussey from Elizabeth Norman International looks at why people are emigrating to Australia for work

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'The real driver should be customers', says Standard Life's Paris

'The real driver should be customers', says Standard Life's Paris

Standard Life's head of digital marketing explains the importance of having a clear vision.

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Meditation is Adam Graham's secret work weapon

Meditation is Adam Graham's secret work weapon

Bima's chair recommends meditation and mindfulness to boost focus and improve strategic thinking.

AGENCY
On the Campaign couch: Will I still be taken seriously if I switch to part-time?

On the Campaign couch: Will I still be taken seriously if I switch to part-time?

I would like to consider working part-time for a few years in order to spend more time with my new...

AGENCY

Recruitment agency in the spotlight: Career Moves Group

We spoke to Kelly Howe from Career Moves Group to gain some insight into the latest digital marketing career trends....

AGENCY
The stress report: why employee well-being is the new bottom line

The stress report: why employee well-being is the new bottom line

A new generation of talent who are unprepared to sacrifice their souls at the altar of work are forcing a...

AGENCY
Dan Shute's secret work weapon is a set of toy eggs

Dan Shute's secret work weapon is a set of toy eggs

Even serious businessmen need to take a break and play with their kids' toys every now and again.

AGENCY
AOL ad industry interviews aim to inspire next generation of female leaders
MEDIA
Conform and live with a lifetime of regret
AGENCY
Why creatives are turning to personal projects to fulfil their artistic cravings
AGENCY
Be provocative and make risky decisions, advises MEC's Abi Morrish
AGENCY
Rise of the fuck off fund
BRANDS
Back your own ideas, says Ladbrokes' marketing chief
AGENCY
On the Campaign couch: I want to switch from PR to advertising
AGENCY
Disability in the workplace: meet four people who have risen to the challenge
AGENCY
My secret work weapon: the agency's personal trainer
AGENCY
It's time to smash the glass wall

It's time to smash the glass wall

AGENCY
The upside of thinking different: Asperger's, ADHD and enhanced creativity
BRANDS
Back to school reads: four books to fuel your new season thinking
BRANDS
'The best initiatives I've worked on have been inspired by others'
AGENCY
An ex-JWT staffer laments the ongoing farce at the network
AGENCY
On the Campaign couch: How do I deal with a Brexit voting colleague?
AGENCY
Don't go to bed with Gilda

Don't go to bed with Gilda

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Forging an emotional tie with consumers is one of the strongest ways to protect your brand. Products can be copycatted, but the distinctive identity of a true brand can never be replicated argues Nir Wegrzyn, CEO of BrandOpus.

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