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Retaining High End Clients

Suggest we define what a “high end client is” in the opening sentence – might be different things in different markets.  Whether you are staying in a 5* hotel, eating in a Michelin star restaurant, traveling Frist Class by rail or in business on an airline. A recent study by the IDC, which sample included 24,000 consumers from 12 different countries, discovered that 25 per cent of users will be willing to leave a review after receiving good customer service. Furthermore, 18 per cent would go…See More
Sep 3
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Powerful women in business

In the past few decades, huge strides have been taken to challenge and shift the glass ceiling that was apparent in a range of industries, where certain demographics dominated and opposing ones were shut out by an invisible barrier.With the assistance of Jermyn Street Design, who have kitted out big businesses with bespoke uniforms such as Pandora and Jet2, we look into some of the most powerful and influential women in the world of…See More
Jun 2
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Dec 3, 2019
Jake Holyoak posted a blog post

Regulating outdoor events: what are the laws?

You see them all over the place and at every time of the year. Whether it’s a Christmas market in the winter months, a festival or carnival in summer, or a sporting event throughout the year, outdoor events are extremely popular. However, while many of us simply turn up to such events, have you ever thought about the planning that has to go in to make them a success?Here, alongside Inn Supplies, who offer a range of disposable catering supplies, we look at…See More
Oct 30, 2019
Jake Holyoak posted a blog post

Catering for older people in the workplace

According to the U.S. jobs report which was released in July 2017, around 19 per cent of people aged 65 years old or over were working at least on a part-time basis during the second quarter of 2017. This is the highest employment to population ratio that has been recorded by this age group in 55 years. What’s more, the Labor Department’s good employment report has recently recorded that the number of individuals aged over 85 years old who are still working is increasing too.There is a very…See More
Aug 5, 2019
Jake Holyoak posted a blog post

Are Apprenticeships and Graduate Schemes in Construction the Way Forward?

As our population continues to grow here in Britain, there’s a demand for a greater infrastructure. From commercial builds to support our booming business scene to the development of new homes to tackle the housing crisis nationwide, we need to prepare the future generation of construction workers to keep up demand while ensuring that skill shortages within the sector remains low. There are multiple ways that someone could enter the construction industry, but this has undergone a noticeable…See More
Aug 2, 2019
Jake Holyoak posted a blog post

A North VS South uni comparison

Newcastle upon Tyne, in the North East of England, has an estimated population of 300,000 people. The city, or the ‘Toon’ as it is referred to locally, is synonymous with culture, a welcoming atmosphere, and, unfortunately, rather poor weather.As of 2017, the two universities in the city, Newcastle University, and Northumbria University, boasted 23,000 and 26,000 students respectively. Taking those statistics into consideration, almost a sixth of the entire population in the city are students —…See More
Jul 30, 2019
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Side hustles – on the rise

Having one or more jobs these days is becoming more and more popular, with a whopping fifth of workers in the UK considering the opportunity predominantly the millennials.The term ‘side hustle’ was originally coined in the 1950s and is defined as ‘a way to make money from your passion, interest or hobby’. However, it’s said that the idea of supplemental work has…See More
Jun 4, 2019
Jake Holyoak posted a blog post

Teaching tech to the elderly

It’s common knowledge that those born before the technology surge naturally struggle with some of the new innovations, and understandably so.Maplewave, whose revolutionary customer experience software which has transformed the way in which we do our shopping, have lent their expertise on how we can provide a helping hand when it comes to the elderly learning technology.Grasping new technologyIt’s easy for the younger generations to grasp new…See More
Jun 2, 2019
Jake Holyoak posted a blog post

Side hustles – on the rise

Having one or more jobs these days is becoming more and more popular, with a whopping fifth of workers in the UK considering the opportunity predominantly the millennials.The term ‘side hustle’ was originally coined in the 1950s and is defined as ‘a way to make money from your passion, interest or hobby’. However, it’s said that the idea of supplemental work has…See More
Jun 1, 2019

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First Name
Jake
Last Name
Holyoak
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United Arab Emirates United Kingdom
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Not US Based
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Other
Company
Mediaworks
Which industries do you work in now?
Advertising & Marketing
How many employees work at your company?
D. 51-200
Website
http://www.mediaworks.co.uk

Jake Holyoak's Blog

Retaining High End Clients

Suggest we define what a “high end client is” in the opening sentence – might be different things in different markets.  Whether you are staying in a 5* hotel, eating in a Michelin star restaurant, traveling Frist Class by rail or in business on an airline. 

A recent study by the IDC, which sample included 24,000 consumers from 12 different countries, discovered that 25 per cent of users will be willing to leave a review after receiving good customer service. Furthermore, 18 per cent…

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Posted on September 3, 2020 at 4:11am

Powerful women in business

In the past few decades, huge strides have been taken to challenge and shift the glass ceiling that was apparent in a range of industries, where certain demographics dominated and opposing ones were shut out by an invisible barrier.

With the assistance of Jermyn Street Design, who have kitted out big businesses with bespoke uniforms such as Pandora and Jet2, we look into some of the most powerful and influential…

Continue

Posted on June 2, 2020 at 3:23am

OPINION: Why Cyber Security should be taught in our schools

As opposed to past generations, schoolchildren today have been brought up around technology and the use of computers for as long as they can remember. Approximately 9 out of 10 households have access to the internet, and many own their own smartphones. It is therefore imperative that they are equipped with the…

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Posted on December 3, 2019 at 3:39am

How do the southern uni's compare to the north?

Newcastle upon Tyne, in the North East of England, has an estimated population of 300,000 people. The city, or the ‘Toon’ as it is referred to locally, is synonymous with culture, a welcoming atmosphere, and, unfortunately, rather poor weather.

As of 2017, the two universities in the city, Newcastle University, and Northumbria University, boasted 23,000 and 26,000 students respectively. Taking those statistics into…

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Posted on December 3, 2019 at 3:36am

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