After the fog of January exams clears, university feels more positive. Spring is on the way, tickets for the infamous Summer Ball are released, and students begin planning their three months of summer. Everyone, that is, apart from the final year students. After we’ve submitted those ten thousand dreaded words and recovered from our caffeine and pizza diet, what’s next?
“Your placement year is the most important year of your uni experience. Get your CV up to scratch, and for God’s sake, make sure it’s somewhere you’ll actually want to be”. That’s what I was continuously told during my second year. Thankfully, I can return to uni in September, without a shadow of a doubt that I had the BEST placement experience at Createful.
The outfits are hanging in the dressing rooms, final rehearsals taking place and awards receiving their final polishing. The 2016 BRIT Awards have arrived. Tonight, tens of thousands of people will join the likes of Adele, Rihanna, Justin Bieber and Coldplay, at Britain’s most anticipated music event.
The Tech Nation 2016 report is out today, and we can guarantee this – agencies across Bournemouth and Poole will be ecstatic to see that once again, the south coast has climbed to fame in the digital world. Competing against cities including London and Manchester may be daunting to some, but for Bournemouth and Poole, it’s a walk in the park. Or on the pier. With such creative talent embedded in these coastal areas, it comes as no surprise they’ve made a mark on the UK digital economy.
Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Instagram; many of us will have at least one of these on our phone – and why not? These apps provide a quick way of communicating and sharing moments with our friends and family. However, it could be argued that our need to be up to date with absolutely everything has led to us neglecting the most important aspect – safety among young internet users.
“You have to risk things, to end up with greater things”. This quote, made by tech and marketing expert Tamara Sword, perfectly sums up the vibes of the ‘She Who Dares Wins’ event in Bournemouth on Thursday 15th October. Michelle and I swapped the office for an afternoon full of inspiration (and some sweet treats too).
Out of all the things we take for granted (and there are a LOT), sight has to be one of the biggest. We wake up, open our eyes, and spend the rest of the day relying on our vision to carry us through our life experiences…