In a world where people and organisations are competing to make themselves heard, providing clear, concise messages, especially in the digital sphere, is all the more important.
A superb skills base, thriving infrastructure and a wealth of young talent to match – that’s what’s driving Tech Brum forward at full throttle with an ambitious programme to bring more tech and digital businesses to the city.
Long gone are the days when a company could establish its brand, sit back and wait for the customers to come through the door. Our very own Sophie Taylor looks at the benefits of stay tuned in to all things happening in the digital era.
With Father’s Day 2014 quickly approaching, we thought we’d do things a little differently at Core. Rather than blogging about ‘what gift to buy’ or ‘where to take your Dad in Birmingham’ this blog is one for the Dad’s!
With the sun finally making an appearance we looked ahead to what events are going on in and around Birmingham in the coming months – let’s hope it doesn’t rain on the parade!
With over 144,052.876 domain extensions due to be set live in the coming months, Sophie Taylor looks at the benefits to business.
The Mortgage Market Review (or MMR) came into force this weekend which could mean big changes for all househunters looking to get a mortgage agreed. As someone who is currently in this very position, Lucie Sissons looks at what MMR could mean…
Amanda looks at the changing face of advertising and whether the impacts of technology are bringing us a glimpse into a Blade Runner-style future.
The National Association of Women in Construction gave members a chance to get a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the ongoing redevelopment of New Street Station. Amanda and Emily went along to see how the £600 million scheme is coming together.
Corporate social responsibility, three little words that, for some companies form part of their everyday activity and for others something they think about once a year when asked to give a charity donation. So how important is CSR to the housebuilding industry?