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Wellbeing Continues to be a Key Theme in 2019: Creating Positive Culture in Times of Uncertainty

Beth Cameron expounds on the importance of wellbeing and the discourse surrounding it after her time at the TC Young LLP and Gravitate HR conference.

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Smells Bad! Looks Bad! Tastes Great!

In 2013, UNESCO designated kimchi and kimjang, an ‘intangible cultural heritage of humanity.' The reason is simple. Kimjang and kimchi are a celebration of tradition and identity.

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Institute of Fundraising’s Annual Insights Conference

In November, Prescient gave a joint presentation with charity CLIC Sargent to the annual Institute of Fundraising’s Insight conference in London

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Can Starbucks conquer Italy?

47 years after Starbucks first opened its doors to the world, the brand has unveiled its first ever store in the homeland of coffee: Italy

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The Wisdom of Crowds

Although they did not know it at the time, 787 villagers at a county fair in 1907 contributed to a study which turned out to have incredible significance in a societal, political and economic sense.

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Vodka: A Taste of Russian Identity

Russians first came across vodka in the 14th century. It has become an infamous symbol of Russian identity, rivaling other symbols such as the brown bear, vodka even has its own holiday dedicated to it.

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Transport for Muscat

Before the Sultan Qaboos bin Said ruling, Oman only had around six miles of well surfaced roads.  Today the figure is stretches to nearer 18,000 miles, and roads are mostly packed with 4x4’s....

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