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Future of travel: Part 2

In this second instalment of the future of travel blog, we’ll be looking at more insights from our June Future of Travel survey, where we conducted surveys with 1,000+ 18-65+ year olds in the UK and 1,000+ people in Singapore.

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How to work with and give feedback to a creative agency

For a successful client-agency relationship, following these simple stages of the creative process and making each other aware of the expectations is crucial.

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Non-essential stores are now open but what does this mean for retail?

As non-essential shops opened in the UK on Monday, the media was flooded with pictures of people queuing outside. However, with the Covid-19 pandemic still continuing, what does this really mean for the opening of these retail stores?

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Future of Travel Report: Part 1

What does the future of travel look like? How will things have changed? We asked Britons and Singaporeans in our latest survey.

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Brits intend to eat out more, domestic holidays set to increase and Asians prefer to dine in

A third of Britons expect to spend more on eating out than they did before lockdown and 29% plan to spend more than they did previously on domestic holidays.

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The State of Social: April Edition

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, social media channels have continued to adapt to the current situation. We’re here to give you the lowdown.

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Creative opportunity that comes with a pause

There’s so much advice out there… “learn a new skill”, “update your portfolio”, “give back to the community”. What do you do?

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Houseparty: The app for the social-distancing age

The words, ‘Download Houseparty!’ has become the social call to action of an international community living through isolation.

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CORONAVIRUS: How to react to coronavirus on social media

All the Dos and Don’ts when it comes to reacting to COVID-19 as a brand on social media.

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