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The Tech Company That is Set to Save Millions of Lives

Have you ever watched the TV series called House? It was a very popular long running medical TV drama based on a main character by the name of Dr. Gregory House. His specialty was correctly diagnosing and treating patients with diseases which were often missed and incorrectly diagnosed by other doctors. Fast forward to 2017

Taking the Leap – Bridging the Gap

By Nirma Ledford Since my first day working in the marketing communications field, I realised that there was a distinct disconnect between the online efforts of attracting traffic and making sales. I started out in media sales and quickly advanced into broad-scale communications strategies for leading B2B clients. Developing and implemented multi-platform campaigns that would

How 1 Pizza Started US$1.9 Trillion Online Shopping Revolution

Have you online shopped in the last 12 months? If you answered yes, then you are helping grow this multi-trillion dollar industry along with many others around the world. But, how did the online shopping industry start? What does it have to do with a pizza? Is it recession proof? Most importantly, what will happen

Want to be Paid Fairly? Join a Tech Company with more Women Executives

We already know that companies with more women executives are more profitable. But these companies are also paying their female employees more fairly, according to a new analysis by Redfin and PayScale. The gender pay gap is half the size at tech companies with more women executives. For this study, Redfin examined the gender makeup of executive teams

Diversity in the workplace: Reflecting the world we live in

Objectively it would make sense for a company to be widely diverse in areas such as gender, race, sexual proclivity and religion. In a world where customers form a multitude of various identities, would it not be economical of a company to mirror its environment? First and foremost the pool in which a company can

Wide eyed and bushy tailed? you must be a grad

Ten years into the workforce, I look upon that final year of university as one of the most exciting times in ones life. The world literally is your oyster (unless you have failed your final year exams. In which case it wasn't your fault, life is basically playing a sick joke on you). With perspective, the success recipe

The Jungle Gym of Success

Men will actively plan out their careers while only 1 in 20 women will do the same. According to Dianne Jeans from DSITIA, women are opportunists and tend to flow through a much less structured path. For me this comment can be equated to getting a bear hug from my mum, and judging from the simultaneous assertive head nodding in the

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