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Diversity, equity, and inclusion policies all too often overlook disability. Marketing and business development teams are poorer for it, writes law firm marketer and disability advocate Heather Lacey. The global pandemic has irreversibly changed the way we work, with...
What would you do if a client asks you to provide a service to satisfy a want – yet you know that isn’t what they actually need? When I was asked to write a comment piece on a topic of my own choice it was relatively easy to pick an issue to let off steam about, given...
I am writing this piece at the beginning of April. So much has changed since the start of March and who knows where we’ll be by the time you’re reading these words. I suspect we will still be in some form of lockdown but hopefully the feelings of panic will have...
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“I think that PM Forum has adapted brilliantly throughout the pandemic and it’s a particularly nice touch that they’ve arranged for members to receive their magazines at home. Personally, I’ve attended more training sessions than I ever did before and I’m really looking forward to the evening networking events.”
“Having recently returned to work I have found PM magazine useful in keeping abreast of changes and updates in the marketing and BD world. Whilst not all articles are relevant to me and my role specifically, I do find the mix allows me to keep a generalistic eye on developments.”
“PM magazine has an interesting mix of topics and most articles are a good length. I like the case studies which explore how a particular organisation has effected a change.”