Archives 01/2015

Britains Healthiest Company 2015

In its third year Britain’s Healthiest Company is the first initiative of its kind in the UK that seeks to understand just how healthy the nation’s workers really are… www.britainshealthiestcompany.co.uk

Barbara Messing, CMO of TripAdvisor at the Skift Global Forum talking about the power of user data.

You’ll soon be able to make real-time voice calls through WhatsApp. The messaging company’s CEO Jan Koum announced the news while speaking at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today. It’s a key feature addition for the app, which has almost half a billion users worldwide and was recently acquired by Facebook in a deal worth $19 billion (£11.3 billion). It’s also a feature WhatsApp has lacked in spite of competition from the likes of Viber, Tango and Skype offering it for many years. UK telecoms companies could see it two ways given that a quarter of Brits use WhatsApp: free calls via an app means fewer being made using regular talk time. On the plus...

launched website projects

The first update of the year sees the launch of the AICR Congress 2016 in Vienna, hosting Front Office Managers and Hotel Managers of the most prestigious hotels of the world, visit the site: www.aicr-congress.com (AUT). The launch of AGBIZ Grain representing the twelve largest commercial grain handling and storage companies in South Africa, visit the site: www.agbiz-grain.co.za (SA). DoxAfrica  – The Decriminalisation of Expression Campaign which aims to rid Africa of criminal defamation, insult, false news and sedition laws in Africa. The project is driven by the Centre Of Human Rights (University of Pretoria) & the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, visit the site: www.doxafrica.org (SA). Upcoming project include Global One – Engineering and Consulting Company...