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Phone addiction means Millennials can’t relax

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Millennials only truly relax for seven hours a week – because they are too wrapped up in their phones. A poll of 2,000 adults found hectic home and work lives mean those aged 18-34 get less than 60 minutes to themselves each day. And around six in 10 even say they ‘never’ truly relax, because […]

The pitfalls of not keeping up with modern tech

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Millions of Brits are clueless about tech – and many don’t know the difference between an upload and a download, it has emerged. As a PA/EA, we know that most of you are ahead of the curve when it comes to keeping up with modern tech but if  you prefer a more traditional pen and […]


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As we continue to keep you informed on what’s happening in the events world and keep up to date, don’t forget to check us out on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn 1. Are you one of the worst offenders when it comes to meetings? Getting everyone in the same place at the same time for a […]

What are your worst habits…?

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Comfort eating, swearing, stressing – and spending too much time on social media are among the nation’s worst bad habits, apparently. How many apply to you, or your colleagues…? A poll of 2,000 Brits revealed the average adult has three irritating habits, with tucking into treats and food when they are feeling stressed or tired […]


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Well, would you? Incredibly, it would seem that 15 per cent of millennials would forgo sex rather than give up their phones, and one in ten would even cut off a finger! These bizarre findings come courtesy of mobile app developer Tappable, which conducted a survey earlier this month. Over 500 males and females aged […]

Brits spend 120 hours a year on smartphones at work

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The average British worker spends as many as 120 hours per year using their smartphones in the workplace, according to new research. Research of 2,012 UK adults carried out by gadgets and technology etailer has revealed more than three quarters (84%) admit to using their smartphones during working hours. 78% regularly respond to text […]

Fuelling efficiency – smartphones save Brits up to 28 minutes per day

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New research carried out by online freelance marketplace, PeoplePerHour has shown that smartphones and their on demand apps help us to save up to 28.7 minutes per day, which adds up to a phenomenal 11,256 minutes – more than seven full days – per year. Smartphones have often been lambasted as a time drain but this new […]