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The future of banking in the UK – no April fools here

On 1st April, new Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) regulations came into play.  Amongst other things it means that Callcredit (along with over 50,000 other firms working in the consumer credit market) will now be regulated by the FCA.  This is … » Read more…

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The end of the beginning?

January 2013 saw a number of interesting developments which signal, as PWC put it back in June 2012, ‘the end of the beginning’. Facebook announced their full year 2012 results; Ad revenue is up by over 40% year on year … » Read more…

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Digital Ghost Town

In last week’s blog post some UK high street names came up including Jessops, Blockbuster and HMV.  Add to this Comet and you’ll see that most of these websites have now been replaced with ‘administrator slates’ of one form or … » Read more…

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Marketing in 2013-here are four predictions

Ok, so the continued rise of mobile and the social media debate are odds on for the next 12 months. But what else will be important marketing wise?  Looking through the blogs, analyst sites and editorial, I’ve picked four upcoming … » Read more…

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31,100,000 and counting

According to Google, there are at least 31,100,000 English language blogs, the word crops up about 12,240,000,000 times and is searched for about 5,000,000 times in the UK every month.  Add to that hundreds of millions of twitter, Tumblr and … » Read more…

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