With so much debate surrounding the potential for a bubble and burst scenario in the UK housing market, RICS has urged the government to step in to limit the increase in house prices to a yearly average of five per cent. But could this be a realistic long term solution, or simply an intervention too far?
The PR and marketing industry is continually expanding its use of new technologies, but surprisingly video - often heralded as the future of information delivery - is being underutilised.
Following the grand opening of the Library of Birmingham, Kay Cadman gives her views on the latest addition to Birmingham's evolving skyline.
Good luck to the team from Altitude who today start their 444-mile cross-Pyrenees charity cycle adventure!
With Google's iconic Reader now dead and buried, Dan looks at Flipboard, a free app that has taken up Reader's mantle and is running with it.
Alex Groves joined us for a two-week work placement in our studio team and jotted down some of his impressions on his time spent at Core.
Is Augmented Reality a future must-have piece of the marketing toolkit, or the latest flash-in-the-pan fad? We asked our work experiencer Alex to investigate.
Emily Drane discusses her experience mentoring for the University of Birmingham and how this has helped her to develop a programme for Core's work experience candidates.
Juliet reflects on a year of new babies, new business…and boxes. Lots of boxes.
New research shows that marketing spend is once again on the rise. Steve Osborne-Brown asks why its taken so long.