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Marketing Watch: Verizon buys Yahoo, Vine, Olympics branding and loyalty schemes revisited

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Marketing Watch

Marketing Watch: Verizon buys Yahoo, Vine, Olympics branding and loyalty schemes revisited
Nick talks to Sarah Vizard, news editor of Marketing Week, on Verizon's acquistion of Yahoo, looks at the decline of micro video service Vine, Olympics branding and talks to Richard Anson, founder of customer review site Reevoo, on customer loyalty schemes.
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Sarah Vizard, Richard Anson


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Shop Floor: Short-termism, employee ownership and Public trust in businesses post-Brexit

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Shop Floor

Shop Floor: Short-termism, employee ownership and Public trust in businesses post-Brexit
This week, we’ve heard all about short-termism among companies; but what about employees? Nick Peters finds out with Kate Cooper from the Institute of Leadership and Management. Nick learns about why employee ownership is a great way for owners of a successful business to realise some of their investment but stay involved, and produce a massive boost to workforce morale. with Simon Mounsey from Agilisys. Nick and Alan Leaman, CEO at Management Consultancies Association, discuss public trust in business and politics post-Brexit. And have you ever wondered about the job of comments moderator on a web site? Nick finds out how it’s done from Arax Poshtvar is a member of the comments moderation team at the Guardian.

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Shop Floor: The Effect of Brexit on HR and Microbusinesses, the Importance of Business Communities and Men's Mental Health

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Shop Floor

Shop Floor: The Effect of Brexit on HR and Microbusinesses, the Importance of Business Communities and Men's Mental Health
On Shop Floor, in association with the Inspirational Development Group, Nick Peters analyses the effect of Brexit on Microbusinesses with Tony Robinson OBE in this time of uncertainty. Kate Jacobs, Editor of HR Magazine, explains how HR departments can provide a vital role in leadership for businesses in the post-Brexit climate. Despite these unsteady times Charlotte Cassedanne, Communications Manager at Power to Change, says Business Communities can unite others and have a positive impact on local people. Charlotte Hollins, who runs the community business Fordhall Farm, explains the story behind the farm and the financial obstacles she had to face to make the it a success. Finally, Kirsten Samuel, Managing Director of Kamwell, highlights the impact of men's mental health problems, particularly suicide, on businesses.
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Tony Robinson OBE, Charlotte Cassedanne, Charlotte Hollins, Kirsten Samuel


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Shop Floor: Presenteeism, Grit and Employee Value Proposition

Nick Peters
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Shop Floor

Shop Floor: Presenteeism, Grit and Employee Value Proposition
On this week's Shop Floor, in association with the Inspirational Development Group, Nick Peters looks at presenteeism- people who turn up to work but are not fully engaged in their tasks- with Professor Derek Mowbray of the Management Advisory Service. Michelle McQuaid, psychologist and writer, explores the concept of grit and how it can be applied to the workplace; meanwhile Tony Nevin, Director of Employee Benefits at Mazars, discusses how the Employee Value Proposition can be used as a tool to recruit new talent in businesses. Craig Preston, Managing Director at IDG, expresses his opinions on Brexit and looks over the some of the topics that were covered on the programme this month.
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Professor Derek Mowbray, Michelle McQuaid, Tony Nevin, Craig Preston


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Shop Floor: Bullying at Work, Emails and Productivity and Why did Microsoft buy LinkedIn?

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Shop Floor

Shop Floor: Bullying at Work, Emails and Productivity and Why did Microsoft buy LinkedIn?
On this week's Shop Floor, with the Inspirational Development Group, Nick Peters looks at bullying at work with Joeli Brearley, founder of Pregnant Then Screwed, who provide support and advice for women who have been badly treated at work either on returning from maternity leave, or when announcing their pregnancy. Beverley Sunderland, from Crossland Employment Solicitors, debates whether managers are armed with the right tools to deal with cases of bullying. Professor Sir Cary Cooper, of the Manchester Business School and the CIPD, explains how emails can affect our productivity and well-being, while Barry Dudley, of Green Square, discusses the Microsoft's recent purchase of LinkedIn.
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Joeli Brearley, Beverley Sunderland, Professor Sir Cary Cooper, Barry Dudley


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Marketing Watch: The Marketing of Food and Bloggers

Nick Peters
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Marketing Watch

Marketing Watch: The Marketing of Food and Bloggers
Nick Peters focuses on the marketing of food with Arwa Mahdawi, writer and brand strategist, about the figure of Edward Bernays and his pioneering role in marketing which changed a nation’s diet. Nick and Paul Miller, of Vuelio, look at bloggers and how thousands are able to turn their talent into an income.
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Arwa Mahdawi, Paul Miller


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Morning Money: Disney opens new theme park in China, but what will the effects be on tourism?

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Morning Money at 8:00

Morning Money: Disney opens new theme park in China, but what will the effects be on tourism?
From a visit to Disneyland by Shanghai’s mayor in 1990, to Tuesday’s opening of the $5.5 billion joint venture. Shanghai Disney Resort has been more than 25 years in the making. But what impact will it have? Travel journalist and author, Sarah Tucker, discussed the theme park's affect on the Chinese tourism industry.
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Louise Cooper, Sarah Tucker


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Shop Floor: The Precariat, Sports Direct, Unions and Employee Passions

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Shop Floor

Shop Floor: The Precariat, Sports Direct, Unions and Employee Passions
This week on Shop Floor, in association with the Inspirational Development Group, Nick Peters looks at the role of unions in business with Tony Devlin, National Officer for Unite the Union, and Luke Primarolo, Regional Officer for Unite the Union. Guy Standing, Professor of Development Studies at SOAS, discusses zero-hour contracts and the rise of a new social class, the precariat, whose working lives are filled with uncertainty and doubt. Craig Preston, Managing Director at IDG, explains why businesses should nurture their staff's passions in order to learn new skills about leadership and teamwork.
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Tony Devlin, Luke Primarolo, Guy Standing, Craig Preston, Jake Meyer, Giles English


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Marketing Watch: Deceiving Consumers, Affiliate Marketing and Ad Fraud

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Marketing Watch

Marketing Watch: Deceiving Consumers, Affiliate Marketing and Ad Fraud
How are advertisers deliberately deceiving consumers? Chris Daly, Chartered Institute Marketing Chief Executive, explains how this phenomenon occurs and why it can't be easily spotted. Nick Peters looks at the role of affiliate marketing and how it has become a huge business with Kevin Edwards, Global Client Strategy Director at Affiliate Window, while Mark Finney, of ISBA, explains the threat of ad fraud, the scale of this organised crime and how it's costing advertisers billions of pounds every year.
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Chris Daly, Kevin Edwards, Mark Finney


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Shop Floor: The Leadership Gap, Freelancers & Late Payments, and the Moaning Culture

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Shop Floor

Shop Floor: The Leadership Gap, Freelancers & Late Payments, and the Moaning Culture
On this week's Shop Floor, in association with the Inspirational Development Group, Nick Peters looks at how Plant Manager John Reid saved Michelin plant in Dundee from failing. Grant Jamieson, MD of Winkworth Machinery, explains why there is a large leadership gap in the manufacturing industry, while Martin Campbell of Credit HQ discusses their recent survey on how much difficulty late payment can cause to small businesses. Finally, Mike Beesley, RSG’s Managing Director, explains how dangerous it can be to let a moaning culture develop in the workplace.
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John Reid, Grant Jamieson, Martin Campbell, Mike Beesley


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