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Learn more about the print industry’s future with Neopost at London Calling

Oct 15, 2014 13:58 BST Neopost The London Calling exhibition is now underway at The East Wintergarden Canary Wharf, today Neopost presented the first of two seminars offering a unique insight into the future of the UK print industry. The seminar, titled Future Focus: A look at the UK Printing Industry, analysed the findings of our unique report – produced in conjunction with the British Printing Industries Federation.

Waging war against rising business costs

Oct 13, 2014 16:49 BST Neopost New figures released this week by the CBI show that the financial services sector is enjoying its strongest period of growth since the 2007 crisis, with a rise in income, profits and recruitment. Despite these encouraging signs, the outlook for the UK economy as a whole remains mixed.

ISO22301 certification at the UK's Houses of Parliament

Oct 10, 2014 10:50 BST The Business Continuity Institute "If you don’t know where you are going you’ll probably end up somewhere else!” At the BCI World Conference in November I’ve been asked to run a session on two key stages of the BC Lifecycle; Policy and Programme Management and Embedding BC into the organisation. Can you imagine my excitement?!

Think you're an expert in business continuity?

Oct 09, 2014 16:47 BST The Business Continuity Institute Jeopardy, The Weakest Link, Who Wants to be a Millionaire, or perhaps just the local pub quiz. Everyone likes a good game show to challenge the mind and to test whether you really are as knowledgeable as you think you are. This is why, to end the BCI World Conference and Exhibition on a high, the Business Continuity Institute along with Crisis Guardian, will be hosting their very own game show.

Making customer service our priority

Oct 08, 2014 14:46 BST Neopost These days, there's an awareness campaign for everything, from Bubblewrap Appreciation Day and British Pie Week to International Carrot Day and National Doughnut Week. This week, October 6-10, is National Customer Service Week organised by the Institute of Customer Service, which we at Neopost are marking with a series of initiatives in our customer contact centre.

Visit Neopost at London Calling 2014!

Oct 07, 2014 11:05 BST Neopost Here at Neopost we’re delighted to announce our attendance at the forthcoming London Calling print exhibition this October, in the heart of London’s Canary Wharf. Organised by our partner and leading print finishing equipment supplier Duplo, the event will bring together some of the leading names in the print and finishing business over a two-day event.

Share a Coke gets even more personal in 2014

Sep 29, 2014 14:40 BST Neopost Coke has launched its new “Share a Coke” campaign in July 2014. They have built on the success of their 2013 campaign with some new and exciting elements by using developments in technology to make their advertising more personalised.

Scotland’s choice

Sep 18, 2014 12:44 BST The Business Continuity Institute The campaign leading up to the independence referendum has been impassioned with both sides presenting their competing visions of Scotland. Nationalists have framed an emotional appeal based on Scottish heritage. Unionists, equally as passionate, focused on Scotland’s unique contributions to the ‘family of nations’ in the United Kingdom.

How social media can improve organisational resilience when disaster strikes

Sep 17, 2014 12:30 BST The Business Continuity Institute During the recovery phase following the devastating earthquakes that hit the South Island of New Zealand in 2010 and 2011, social media stayed an important part of people’s lives. Social media enabled people to connect with each other for emotional support, information, calls to action or organizational purposes.

Learning from experience by blogging

Sep 12, 2014 15:02 BST The Business Continuity Institute During my time studying business continuity, we were forced by our lecturers to take an additional module on reflective writing (as part of our personal development) and I really didn’t want to do it. I just couldn’t get my head around the value of exploring my thoughts retrospectively. Why should I use my valuable time in completing what is essentially a diary?