In Print: The Golden Triangle of the North

Why the North West’s science and technology communities are getting bullish in a bid to take on the south. When innovators step foot on British soil all signs should point North. That’s the challenge being put forward by the North West’s science and tech companies in a bid to shine a light on the region’s own trinity. The lure of the South’s ‘Golden Triangle’ as … Continue reading In Print: The Golden Triangle of the North

Work Culture – The Often Overlooked Element In Job Searches

Looking back to when I was a fresh graduate looking for a job three years ago, work culture was not a factor that ranked highly in my wish list. Instead, salary, career progression, organisational size and reputation were the key factors that guided my job search. However, over the years, I have come to realise that work culture is an often overlooked element in job … Continue reading Work Culture – The Often Overlooked Element In Job Searches

Duke Kunshan University appoints Newgate Communications

Duke Kunshan University appoints Newgate Communications to launch its under-graduate programme targeting UK and European students. New under-graduate courses aim to develop ‘globally-focused’ graduates who are able to excel in the jobs of tomorrow, in a world of shifting political landscapes and influenced increasingly by AI, robotics and quantum computing. Duke Kunshan University, a leading Sino-foreign university jointly set up by Duke University in the … Continue reading Duke Kunshan University appoints Newgate Communications

The opportunity of change

Written by David Telling. Having spent over 17 years at my previous firm and 8 years at the one before that I can hardly be accused of being an advocate of constant change. However, being in a new and invigorating environment full of supportive and open colleagues makes me realise that change is as much an attitude of mind as the culture of the organisation … Continue reading The opportunity of change

I don’t mind if a robot takes my job (as long as it doesn’t take my salary)

I’ve spent 20 years in journalism and PR and I feel like I’m learning more now than at any point. Why? Because the media as a channel is changing beyond recognition. We now spend as much time talking about Google, Buzzfeed and Facebook as we spend musing over pitching stories to the FT. We’re also trying to make ourselves heard in a world of data … Continue reading I don’t mind if a robot takes my job (as long as it doesn’t take my salary)