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UK first for Heathrow and OmniServ with new Multimobby people movers

UK first for Heathrow and OmniServ with new Multimobby people movers

New Multimobby electric vehicles carry up to seven passengers through terminals quickly, efficiently and safely, improving their journey through the airport. OmniServ, the UK’s leading airline and airport assistance services provider, and Heathrow are introducing new multi-passenger electric vehicles – the Multimobby – which can…

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Why AI will never transform recruitment

Why AI will never transform recruitment

Digital innovation is transforming temporary recruitment. But is it driven by artificial intelligence, asks Andrew Johnston at TempRocket? No matter what sector you look at, it seems it won’t be long before artificial intelligence rides in like a knight in shining armour to transform it….

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What Santa can teach retailers about the online delivery experience

What Santa can teach retailers about the online delivery experience

A recent survey revealed that nearly half of British shoppers do at least 50% of their Christmas shopping online, yet they are being let down by the online delivery experience during the festive season. Julian Krenge, Chief Technology Officer at parcelLab looks at how retailers…

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How the train is catching the plane when it comes to the retail experience

How the train is catching the plane when it comes to the retail experience

When it comes to travel retail, airports get the lion’s share of attention; but train stations are rapidly catching them up, says Fiona Tindall, head of domestic retail at Blackjack Promotions In travel retail, airports usually get all the glory, probably because of the high-profile…

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Registering for the CCS Framework for supply teachers? Time to get your skates on!

Registering for the CCS Framework for supply teachers? Time to get your skates on!

The Government will be closing its list of preferred recruitment consultants for state schools for two years – so there’s no time to lose, says Sarah Johnston, Managing Director of payroll provider ePayMe. If you provide supply teachers, then you should know all about the…

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Confectionery: the new sweet spot in Travel Retail

Confectionery: the new sweet spot in Travel Retail

Hamilton Sargent of travel retail specialists Blackjack Promotions explains why confectionery is such a dynamic growth area for Travel Retail. Confectionery has become a sweet spot for the Travel Retail industry, with growth driven by new product development, premiumisation and Duty Free exclusive ranges. Granted,…

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Why the new CCS framework could reduce teacher choice and quality

Why the new CCS framework could reduce teacher choice and quality

The way the new CCS framework has been applied could do schools (and agencies) more harm than good, says TempRocket Founder Andrew Johnston. The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) helps to provide commercial services to the Public Sector and save money for the taxpayer by improving…

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How to reach your peak with marathon training

How to reach your peak with marathon training

The marathon is the Everest of running races. The event has to be given the ultimate respect from its competitors or they will never reach the peak. This is the race that can’t be blagged and being fit is not enough on its own to…

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To say or not to say: 3 must-haves for a winning post-purchase email

To say or not to say: 3 must-haves for a winning post-purchase email

Providing status updates on orders is only the start when it comes to adding value to the post-purchase journey for both customers and retailers, says Julia Henry at parcelLab. Post-purchase emails informing customers about the progress of their online order boast the highest opening rates…

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Don’t dump dyslexics like me in the unemployable bin – make use of our unique skills!

Don’t dump dyslexics like me in the unemployable bin – make use of our unique skills!

The BBC recently ran a segment on a new report that says that dyslexics – like me – are really strong in a whole range of skills which are becoming vital for companies that want to do well in the 21st Century. It almost made…

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