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Individuals abilities vs. martech abilities: You don’t need to choose

As marketing technology continues to underpin nearly every aspect of our work, marketers have to juggle efforts to not only become more adept at using martech, but to give ample focus to developing the people skills that improve their relationships with customers and other departments within their own organizations. Striking the balance isn’t easy, and…

John Fowles (1989)

Photograph of John Fowles by Carolyn Djanogly  John Fowles was born in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, on March 31, 1926. He attended Bedford School (1940–1944) and then served nearly two years in the Royal Marines. After his four years at Oxford (New College), where he read in French and received a B. A. (Honors) in 1950, Fowles…

Uzbekistan evacuates 84 people from China’s Wuhan

TASHKENT (Reuters) – Uzbekistan has evacuated 84 people from the Chinese city of Wuhan, the epicenter of a coronavirus outbreak, and will place them in quarantine upon arrival in Tashkent, the Central Asian nation’s state airline said on Wednesday. Uzbekistan Airways said in a statement the passengers were being accompanied by doctors and specialists with…

Where Did the 7 Deadly Sins Come From?

The concept of sin is a hard sell to atheists and agnostics alike. But one set of sins—the seven deadly sins—has entered the collective consciousness regardless of belief. The origins of the seven deadly sins are nebulous and likely trace back to before Hellenistic Greece. Furthermore, some interesting research has been done on how people…

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7 Colours That Will Dominate in 2020—and How to Wear Them Now.

There’s no denying that fashion is often a mirror that reflects our wider society. Case in point: Currently there are two distinct camps when it comes to style. Either you’re a maximalist who can put Joey Tribbiani to shame with layering skills, or you’re part of the nu-minimalism crowd that sticks to classics with a twist and loves quiet, muted colours. There is, much like the rest of the world, a complete divide down the middle on preference. For 2020, this polarisation is set to continue, and it’s no better represented than in the colour trends for 2020, which are either bold or muted.

While we saw lots of beiges and neons from the S/S 19 trends, this year coming we’ll see a continuation of these themes. So instead of beige, we’ve got browns, lemony yellows, pale pink and baby blue. As for the neons, S/S 20 will retain the hot pink, but tangerine orange and deep greens are contenders for the boldest look-at-me colours in the New Year.

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Individuals abilities vs. martech abilities: You don’t need to choose

As marketing technology continues to underpin nearly every aspect of our work, marketers have to juggle efforts to not only become more adept at using martech, but to give ample focus to developing the people skills that improve their relationships with customers and other departments within their own organizations. Striking the balance isn’t easy, and…

John Fowles (1989)

Photograph of John Fowles by Carolyn Djanogly  John Fowles was born in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, on March 31, 1926. He attended Bedford School (1940–1944) and then served nearly two years in the Royal Marines. After his four years at Oxford (New College), where he read in French and received a B. A. (Honors) in 1950, Fowles…

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Individuals abilities vs. martech abilities: You don’t need to choose

As marketing technology continues to underpin nearly every aspect of our work, marketers have to juggle efforts to not only become more adept at using martech, but to give ample focus to developing the people skills that improve their relationships with customers and other departments within their own organizations. Striking the balance isn’t easy, and…

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Individuals abilities vs. martech abilities: You don’t need to choose

As marketing technology continues to underpin nearly every aspect of our work, marketers have to juggle efforts to not only become more adept at using martech, but to give ample focus to developing the people skills that improve their relationships with customers and other departments within their own organizations. Striking the balance isn’t easy, and…

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Individuals abilities vs. martech abilities: You don’t need to choose

As marketing technology continues to underpin nearly every aspect of our work, marketers have to juggle efforts to not only become more adept at using martech, but to give ample focus to developing the people skills that improve their relationships with customers and other departments within their own organizations. Striking the balance isn’t easy, and…

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Individuals abilities vs. martech abilities: You don’t need to choose

As marketing technology continues to underpin nearly every aspect of our work, marketers have to juggle efforts to not only become more adept at using martech, but to give ample focus to developing the people skills that improve their relationships with customers and other departments within their own organizations. Striking the balance isn’t easy, and…

John Fowles (1989)

Photograph of John Fowles by Carolyn Djanogly  John Fowles was born in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, on March 31, 1926. He attended Bedford School (1940–1944) and then served nearly two years in the Royal Marines. After his four years at Oxford (New College), where he read in French and received a B. A. (Honors) in 1950, Fowles…

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