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  • What an Agency Kitchen Tells You

    Posted by Wyndham Lewis on July 22, 2014 // No Comments
    Wyndham Lewis

    Sometimes it can be very hard to evaluate an agency.  They tell you similar things about their services and approach and often it comes down to the right chemistry.  But one informal way to consider an agency is to have a look at their kitchen or canteen area.
    In his book Kitchen Confidential, Chef Anthony Bourdain,
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  • Skills gap – meeting with the Schools Minister

    Posted by bridget.beale on July 8, 2014 // No Comments
    bridget.beale

    BIMA attended a round table with the Rt Hon David Laws MP, Minister of State for Schools, on Monday to discuss the skills gap and raise our views on how Government can help tackle the issue. The discussion covered a lot of ground with our 3 key points being:
    1.    Careers advice: our research shows that
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  • BIMA Breakfast Briefing take outs | Edinburgh

    Posted by Nadine Pierce on June 10, 2014 // No Comments
    Nadine Pierce

    Last week BIMA members Realise kindly hosted our first Edinburgh breakfast briefing event.
    We had really interesting presentations from Realise’s Digital Art Director, Chris Rush and Edinburgh International’s Nicola Kenny.
    Chris talked us through the new innovative platform that they created for the BBC referend-erm to allow them to engage with young voters in the run up
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