Adam Cox is joined by Katherine Mathieson, Chief Executive at the British Science Association (BSA), to discuss new research for British Science Week which shows scientists are at the top of the list of most trusted people in the country. They look at how the BSA is challenging stereotypes of science and scientists, in addition to how the public can get more involved in science for British Science Week.
Adam Cox is joined by Anna Morrison CBE, from Amazing Apprenticeships, for National Apprenticeship Week to discuss how apprenticeships are a great alternative option for those who don't feel like other forms of higher education is for them. They look at the current accessibility issues for apprenticeships, particularly for those from lower socio-economic groups, and how Amazing Apprenticeships supports students. https://amazingapprenticeships.com/
Adam Cox is joined by Jo Vigneron, Founding Principle of Pearson's new Online Academy, to look at some new research revealing the publics attitudes towards online learning and schooling. They discuss how online institutions are working to make up for the lack of physical interaction and Jo explains what Pearson Online Academy UK Global is and how is it different to the online learning experience Brits have become accustomed to.
Adam Cox is joined by the Director of military recruitment agency, Ex-Mil (https://www.ex-mil.co.uk), Jean-Claude Hedouin, to discuss veteran re-assimilation for Armed Forces Day. They look at some of the key attributes military personnel possess that make them so essential to society and debunk some of the myths and stigmas about ex-military personnel.
Adam Cox talks with Doug Vermeeren, who explains the seismic impact Covid has had on the world of work: how self-employment has become a necessity for so many, and how people have grasped the opportunities of remote working to find a new way forward. An entrepreneur coach himself, Doug describes how hundreds of millions have discovered new ways ofworking over the past year.
Adam Cox chats with Sam Miles, the head of production for Televisualise, a branded content company. They discuss how social media sites, especially YouTube, have enabled companies large and small to move from traditional advertising to a more subtle and less intrusive approach. From product placement to vlogging, this episode looks at how modern marketing has democratised audience engagement with tips about how to go about it for even the smallest company.
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