We asked some of the grads on our books: what was the weirdest or funniest interview experience you ever had? The answers were hilarious (and sometimes downright worrying). Here are some of our favourites!
Instagram is well known in marketing for attracting new consumers, but it can also play a major part in showcasing the benefits of working for your fun and dynamic company to potential new employees.
Sometimes the starting salaries of jobs in London might fall within the bracket of ‘how the hell will I be able to survive?!’, but just remember to stay calm, remain optimistic and follow our expert guidance.
Your future employers are online, just like everyone else. And we can guarantee that they will be scrolling through social media to get a feel for what sort of person you are.
Having a strong online presence is a key part of the marketing mix for startups and smaller companies. It is a vital ingredient for growing a business, so why not impress a potential employer by demonstrating your digital abilities in your own time?
Both are small companies that have been built from nothing by an entrepreneur to fill a gap in the market. Both are focused on growth, profitability and survival. So far, so similar, however there are a few small, but important, distinguishable features.
The traditional idea of office space is slowly disbanding and a new culture of flexible working space is evolving rapidly. Let’s face it, all you really need is your laptop, wifi, and copious amounts of caffeine.
The University of Leeds is the epitome of a student city. However, there are some experiences unique to this red brick university that you will only understand if you went there.
If you haven’t started content marketing, then can you really call yourself a startup? In all seriousness, creating quality content in order to direct traffic towards your website is a tried and tested way to promote a new business.