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    VenueScanner asks ‘Why is event planning falling short of tech’?

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    “Simple elements of other online industries – such as transparent pricing, live availability, and online payment systems – have yet to be perfected by the events industry,” said VenueScanner’s Rebecca Kelly. The events industry boasts a number of technological advancements, from mobile ticketing, QR scanners for business cards and sensors to track footfall, so why […]

    How to get the most out of your team

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    Steve Norris, sales director and head of workplace at Nestlé Professional, shares some valuable tips on how employers can build stronger team relationships in the workplace 80 per cent of employees say a strong bond with colleagues is fundamental to happiness at work. That’s not all, positive work relationships encourage staff retention with nearly two-thirds […]

    Could you soon be working remotely?

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    It’s no secret that more of us are choosing to work remotely instead of heading into the office, the rise of the Virtual Assistant is something that has really become its own brand of assistant in the last ten years. The growing trend is becoming more popular within all industries and that may not be […]

    How does the budget affect you, the PA?

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    On Monday afternoon we saw the delivery of the most recent budget report from Philip Hammond, Chancellor of the Exchequer. He announced that we are coming to the end of the era of austerity, and that we should see the country in a much more prosperous light. After his 72-minute speech, we have sorted through […]

    Podcasting PA Liz Van Vliet on why PAs won’t be replaced by tech

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    Podcasts have risen to fame over the last five years, with more of us than ever downloading and listing to them. With topics that vary from showbiz news to gardening, they can be easy listening or a place to learn new information and skills. After many hours listening to podcasts devoted to helping PAs/EAs develop […]

    Should you be worried about voice assistants?

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    Technology is taking over our lives at an increasingly rapid rate and it’s got a lot of PAs worried that they will be replaced with a phone app. Vincenzo Ferrara thinks that change is in the air, with investment and development in AI (artificial intelligence), it seems likely that in the future a lot of […]

    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 […]

    The life of an organised PA: The apps you need to download

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    It can be difficult to be organised all the time, even the best of us can have a laps in concentration and miss a birthday or a meeting, this article by Lauren Buck, Freelance writer, has all the helpful apps you need to stay organised and ready. As a PA, you’re often incredibly busy with […]

    ‘Smartphone Amnesty’: London City Airport gives holidaymakers a break from digital distraction with a Light Phone

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    With millions of Brits heading off on holiday this month, many will reach their idyllic beach retreat or beautiful city break, perhaps their only chance to unwind this year and stare at their smartphones.  London City Airport (LCY) teams up with Brooklyn-based start-up Light Phone to offer passengers a free phone which only makes and […]

    App of the week: PartyMaker – Event Planner

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    An essential part of any PA’s job is of course, event planning. It can be as stressful as it can be fun. Planning the perfect event is an art form rather than a skill. Vincenzo Ferrara finds out if the new App from PartyMaker, is designed to cut out a lot of the hard work […]