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Why my Internship at Cirkle is Different

I applied for an internship at Cirkle on a whim, and I knew I wanted to work for this company, they looked great. Turns out, they had plans for two interns during the summer as part of an inaugural internship programme… miracles do happen; I managed to get an interview! I was interviewed by Rikki

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Montana Brown, Intern  •  18th Jul 16

Brexit – all bets are off!

Brexit has been the subject on many people’s minds over the past few months and this is unlikely to change as the UK voted to leave the EU last week with a majority vote of 52%. As we take a very large step into the unknown, the IGD responded by holding a webinar to discuss

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How social media is creating a healthier mind-set

Social media has become a part of our everyday existence, whether you are posting your latest selfie, hashtagging that perfect stack of protein pancakes or tweeting about the killer workout you just completed, 89% of UK adults are actively using social media. Platforms such as Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat have made way for a

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Kathryn Foster, Account Executive  •  16th Jun 16

Support from the FMCG industry for the #ThreeLions has me less than impressed…

As the sporting calendar is so close to my own heart, having both played and followed sports my whole life, it has naturally occurred that my blog writing for Cirkle has become synonymous with this passion – and I couldn’t ignore the UEFA Euro’s 2016! Kicking off this Friday, Premier League managers may have predicted

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Fighting Food Waste

Did you know, 1.9 million tonnes of food was wasted along the supply chain during 2014/15? The leader in helping organisations achieve greater resource efficiency, WRAP, conducted a Food Waste Report with research from Dr Julian Parfitt, one of the world’s leading authorities on food waste. Food redistribution is becoming a big issue in the

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Natasha Sharma, Account Manager  •  7th Jun 16

My 15 minutes of ‘fame’ with the PM on Brexit

In 17 days’ time the country takes to the polls to decide whether to stay in the EU or make a historic move and sever ties with our European friends and neighbours. And last week I had the privilege of discussing this very topic with none other than Mr David Cameron. It was all down

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The Snapchat filter that lasted more than 10 seconds

Social media empowers everyone with the means to share an opinion in a public forum with millions of people across the world – no big news there, we all know that. And brands have learnt the hard way that the people that speak up about something are often the ones who have something negative to

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Cancer CAN be beaten

Yesterday the UK said good bye to another British national treasure, Victoria Wood. The cause: cancer. A BBC Radio 4 survey last weekend announced that between January and March this year an astounding 24 celebrities passed away, a figure significantly higher than 2014 and 2015 combined. …Alan Rickman – taken by pancreatic cancer… …Sir Terry

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David Bowie 1947 – 2016: Inspiring a NEW generation

As the world mourns David Bowie, who passed away yesterday at the age of just 69, a number of recurring adjectives have dominated news reports and social media tributes: inspirational, influential, pioneering, genius, hero, visionary, legend, icon. There is no doubt that David Bowie was one of the world’s most iconic stars and it got

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