Tech firm now recruiting for new office in Manchester
A tech firm specialising in world-class intranets and business solutions is opening a new office in Manchester and bringing new jobs to the city.
WM Reply, which specialises in business systems using Microsoft SharePoint and Office 365, is proud to announce the opening of a new office, joining their existing locations in Chester and London.
Tech firm launches ‘Architects of Innovation’ community for sector leaders
A LONDON tech firm has launched a new networking community to bring together innovation leaders from some of the country’s leading companies.
Sideways 6, which is based in London, helps large organisations to collect, manage and act on employee ideas, insight and feedback. Often called ‘idea management’ or ‘innovation management’, the aim is simple: to help their clients build better companies with happier employees.
And now the idea management specialists are launching ‘Architects of Innovation’, a community giving corporate innovation leaders an opportunity to meet, share ideas and showcase some of the disruptive technology revolutionising large enterprises.
Tech firm urges sector to get creative with recruitment to improve gender diversity
A LONDON tech firm is urging the technology sector to think creatively when recruiting or risk missing out on the many benefits of a gender diverse workforce.
WM Reply, which builds world-class intranets and business solutions, believes a creative approach to talent acquisition is the solution for an industry with a well-publicised poor representation of females. Latest figures give the percentage of women employed varying from around 25% to as low as 17%, depending on the exact focus of surveys and reports.
Richard Acreman, Partner at WM Reply, said: “As the head of a tech company, I believe we all have a responsibility to improve the level of diversity within the sector. A creative recruitment strategy is key to this.”
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Aromatherapy charity warns parents of potential risks of homemade wet wipes
PARENTS are being warned they may be putting their babies at risk by using essential oils to make their own reusable wet wipes.
The International Federation of Aromatherapists (IFA), a UK registered charity, is concerned there is a growing trend for parents to try and copy commercial reusable wet wipes, in some cases adding essential oils which are totally unsuitable and potentially dangerous for a baby’s skin.
Cancer survivor’s start-up to donate profits to charity
BEARD enthusiasts can ensure their facial hair both looks and does good thanks to a new grooming brand launched by a cancer survivor.
ThatchFace was founded by Ben Cleaver, who knew from the outset he wanted his beard care brand to be about more than just a great product. So he will donate ten per cent of all profits to charity; a decision influenced by a cancer diagnosis he received when he was 21.
Artist Michael John Hunter's play on perception, loss and discovery inspired by rare visual condition
Michael John Hunter, a 32-year-old Scottish-born artist working in sculpture and photography, has released his latest and most ambitious body of work, ‘As i grow, as i lose’, inspired not least in part by his experience of living with a condition affecting his vision.
Tech Doesn’t Stop At The M25 – Top London Firm Announces Chester Academy
A leading firm is doing its part to ensure ‘tech doesn’t stop at London’ by launching its Chester Academy to recruit and train graduates to a high standard and properly prepare them to work at the company and understand the sector it operates in.
Tech Company Saves British Gas £3.4 million With One Idea
A LONDON tech firm has saved British Gas an estimated £3.4 million by capturing an idea from their frontline employees which the utility company is turning into a reality.
Derbyshire Accountant Launches Bucks and Rucks Blog
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