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The Brighton Summit – a narrative told in numbers

12/10/2019

And it’s a wrap. At 5.15pm on the nose last Friday evening, Julie Roff, the President of the Brighton & Hove Chamber of Commer…

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Back to the Future

07/10/2019

This blog was originally published on the Small Data Forum podcast website on 7 October 2019, ushering in the safe arrival of epis…

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Summertime Special

24/06/2019

This blog was originally posted to mark the publication of the Small Data Forum Podcast, episode 28. — In England’s distant past,…

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How to tell stories using data and statistics

15/06/2019

How to tell stories using data and statistics This Best Practice Guide to data storytelling originally appeared on WARC – the Worl…

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Theresa May failed because of her inability to talk Human

24/05/2019

She is at rest, and no longer Prime Minister. At least after 7 June. What a relief. For her, no doubt. For her spaniel-like compan…

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Starting a Friday Conversation at the RSA

17/05/2019

There have been interesting conversations going on in John Adam Street for almost 250 years. The Royal Society for the Encourageme…

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Why it pays to talk Human

02/05/2019

This article first appeared as a guest blog on the pages of Comms Leaders, here. Many thanks for the platform, Vicki and team. –…

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Corporate news releases bogged down by fuzzy language, jargon, and men

29/01/2019

National Storytelling Week is the Society for Storytelling’s annual jamboree of all things story. And, as for each of the last fou…

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Separated by a common language and still poles apart?

26/11/2018

Why the media industry is out of step with the modern mainstream, why this matters, and what to do about it   Last week, I wa…

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