Over one third of online shoppers will only associate with responsible brands

More than one third (35 per cent) of online shoppers in the UK will only associate with ‘responsible’ brands – including those that treat staff fairly, source goods ethically, and do not misuse consumer data.

B4 member, Urban Element, crystallizes its vision and launches a new website to reflect this

Longtime B4 member and supporter Natasha Ellard launches a new website and sets out who they are in the digital marketing industry.

Digital ID helps The Hideaway support local community post-Covid

Local Stockport business donates crucial equipment to The Hideaway, a not-for-profit helping people from all walks of life with everything from foodbanks to meals for children and wellbeing calls to check in with residents. As we start to see the green shoots of returning back to normal life, the work to repair the damage of… Read More »

Digital Poverty in the UK

Digital Poverty

On this episode of The Business Brunch guests will be discussing the issue of Digital Poverty in the UK, as 2020 illustrated the need for better connectivity for many who are now WFH or taking classes online.

Digital Poverty in the UK

Digital Poverty

On this episode of The Business Brunch guests will be discussing the issue of Digital Poverty in the UK, as 2020 illustrated the need for better connectivity for many who are now WFH or taking classes online.

Three ways to reduce absences in 2021

Last year it was estimated that the amount of employees calling in sick on the first Monday of February will be approx. 350,000, thought to cost the economy around £45 million. However, this year, as we know, will not follow suit to all the rest – some believe that Covid, working from home and the… Read More »

Versantus new recruits: Christian Fitz-Gibbon and Jasper Mole

Award-winning web-design and digital agency continues to expand by 50%

Oxfordshire-based web-design, software and app development agency Versantus, is delighted to announce two further hires, in addition to the company’s six new recruits since the beginning of the year.

Web whizzes move in at Howbery Park

Digital Marketing Agency, Zanzi Digital, has relocated its office to Howbery Business Park. Managing Director, Jayne Reddyhoff, and CEO, Ned Wells, who both have a background in business consultancy and senior management in blue chip organisations – Jayne with Logica and Oracle, and Ned as former Head of Digital Strategy at a large web development agency – formed Zanzi in 2014 by combining their two separate businesses.