Press Releases

Jul 02, 2015 13:13 BST Michael J Wormald Publishing A Daily Mail (UK) Online article has left M.E. suffers very angry. After reports published 2007 about use of the term 'syndrome' in 'Chronic Fatigue Syndrome' (CFS) could be proven to be Malpractice! So why is is there still confusion? How could the Mail think 'Sam Cameron's sister' has a cure for M.E? 'A dip in the cold sea being good for 1 person, isn't a cure! M.E. is not trivial!'

Jumbo month as elephant communications adds two new members to its team

Jul 01, 2015 14:43 BST elephant communications elephant communications is welcoming two new executives to the team. Holly Calvert and Lucy Hollis have joined the team on the back of a number of new assignments.

Jul 01, 2015 09:19 BST Readly UK App will provide Deutsche Telekom users with unlimited access to Readly magazine catalogue

First ever accessible ad agency launched by partially sighted shaun cheesman

Jun 30, 2015 16:21 BST Every company and brand should now be an accessible one.

Greek shipowners debate future at TradeWinds Forum

Jun 30, 2015 09:24 BST TradeWinds Events ​A debate on the future of Greek shipping topped off a lively afternoon of wide ranging discussion at TradeWinds Shipowners Forum in Athens last Thursday.

Employers leave junior workers feeling unsupported before they go on maternity leave

Jun 29, 2015 15:46 BST AXA PPP healthcare The majority of first time mums who had been working in junior positions before going on maternity leave say they got the bare minimum of support from their employer before leaving to have their baby, according to new research by AXA PPP healthcare and Netmums.*

Scandic’s mobile hotel room wins bronze at Cannes Lions 2015

Jun 24, 2015 10:31 BST Scandic Hotels Scandic’s mobile hotel room, Scandic To Go, has won bronze in the media category at the world’s biggest annual awards show in the advertising industry, Cannes Lions. The prize was presented in Cannes on Tuesday.

Student doctors need an occupational medicine boost

Jun 24, 2015 08:46 BST AXA PPP healthcare Occupational medicine deserves a bigger place on the medical school curriculum, according to representatives of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine and University College London (UCL) Medical School.

Affair Seekers Make Passes at Girls Who Wear Glasses.

Jun 23, 2015 14:19 BST

Segulah to be new owner of Semantix

Jun 22, 2015 10:00 BST Semantix Semantix – the Nordic region’s largest language company, with around 300 employees – is gaining a new owner in the form of investment fund Segulah V L.P., which will acquire the company from its previous majority owner, Litorina Kapital III L.P., and minority owners. The operational shareholders of Semantix’s management team will remain as owners post the transaction.