Wage rises accelerate to fastest pace since 2008

  Wages are continuing to rise at their highest level for nearly a decade, the latest official Office for National Statistics figures show. Compared with a year earlier, wages excluding bonuses, were up by 3.3% for the three months to October, the biggest rise since November 2008. Average weekly wages are £495 – the highest […]


How Self Driving Cars will disrupt Retail

Self Driving Cars may impact physical retail stores, especially if they are combined with other new advancing technology such as automated warehouses, drones and 3D printing. This will allow products to be delivered to wherever you want, whenever you want and much quicker and cheaper than currently possible, creating a new level of convenience that […]


Black Friday madness

The biggest sales day of the year is fast approaching – and although Black Friday doesn’t officially start until the end of the week, many retailers have started to release early deals. The annual event, which gained popularity in the UK after it was borrowed from the US a decade ago, heralds the start of the Christmas shopping […]


Does pedigree really matter when applying for jobs?

One of Donald Trump’s loudest–and likely most impossible to fulfill – promises is to bring back coal jobs. He has made this appeal to people whose factory skills aren’t in demand anymore and likely don’t have the secondary education necessary to enter into other industries. Whether or not more coal jobs are created, this need has […]


Which personality firework are you?

It’s that time of year…. Bonfire Night is just around the corner! So the question is, are you the office firecracker? We take a look at the mixed bag of personalities you find in the office. From the rowdy ‘rockets’ to the shy ‘sparklers’. How do you manage them? The Roman Candle If you didn’t […]


Is the office booze-up a thing of Christmas past?

It’s that time of year when we’re starting to think about the office Christmas party. It gives companies a chance to reward their hard-working employees, but are some people taking it too far and letting their behaviour ruin the festivities? We have created a culture here in the UK whereby the ‘Office Christmas party’ is […]


Join us at JAM!

  Intelligent People are proud sponsors of the JAM Conference – the unmissable rendezvous for product people. Join us and 600 curious makers at Hawker House in London on 1st November 2018 to hear no-nonsense stories, meet friendly people and eat great food together JAM is all about sharing raw, honest stories of what goes […]


5 Marketing Disciplines That Are Essential To Online Businesses

Any e-commerce blog or resource will tell you that the most important part of running an online business is your marketing. It’s what makes your business stand out against the competition, so it’s worth getting it right. To help you get your marketing game on-point, let’s run through the five marketing disciplines that are essential […]


Easily Improving Your Facebook Ad Targeting

By Anna Hubbel, staff writer at AdvertiseMint, a Facebook advertising company As a Facebook advertising company (or individual advertiser if you’re the independent, lone wolf type) it is in your best interest to make sure your ad resonates with the right audience, otherwise your results will plummet and your costs will skyrocket. If your ad […]


Why Ecommerce Brands Are Looking For T-Shaped Marketers

Every industry prioritises different traits and skills, because roles vary wildly. A factory worker needs in-depth knowledge of a specific set of actions and processes, for instance, while a supply teacher is most useful with a basic understanding of just about every subject taught at that particular school level. Since the broader promotional machine has […]

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