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Our Sandra spots a simple way to put money back into all our pockets. (Hint: it involves language.)
Here's our Bee with a lesson in naming (with a little help from dinosaurs).
Our Georgina isn’t much impressed with the way pharmaceutical firms talk to their customers. With so much money spent on sales and marketing, are they missing a trick by not thinking more about their words?
Our Nick’s been waiting ages for a good bus ad. You can guess what’s happened.
Our Theo reckons you’re missing a trick if you don’t show a little personality in your out of office.
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What is it with companies –inging everything these days? Our Neil’s spotted a trend on the rise.
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Our Neil’s spotted some welcome writing advice in an unusual place.
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Our Padders is here with a few kind words for our old enemy: jargon.
The phone list in our London HQ isn't quite as exotic as the one in New York. Time for a new recruitment policy, says our Neil.
Our George reckons it's time we looked beyond the 'tone of voice' and 'brand language' labels, and focused on the big picture.
Bad Grammar Award? No thanks, says our Harry. There’s more to life than a dangling participle.
We love the ballsy Cancer Research TV commercials. But have their new tube ads missed the mark?
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