Why marketing budgets and strategic credence continue to rise
The demands on marketing departments continue to grow. They need to be data-led, digitally savvy and creatively minded.…
AIM High: Adding influencer marketing to your campaign toolkit
When the term influencer marketing is mentioned we immediately associate it with a B2C strategy and of people…
AIM High: Talking about marketing influence and role modelling
With Investment Week’s - Women in Investment Awards round the corner, we took the opportunity to talk to…
AIM High: Tackling the assumptions and opportunities for ETFs
ETFs have been one of the most successful financial innovations in the past few decades and are heading…
AIM High: The legacy and leadership of the UK pensions industry
Unsure how the UK pensions industry actually works? Not to worry, we have it covered in today’s AIM High episode: The legacy and leadership…
AIM High: Building sustainability credentials in your brand
Welcome back to another episode of AIM High. In today’s podcast we take a slightly different approach as Twink is joined in…
Staying authentic to your corporate narrative
Building on the research of Harvard Business Review, here are the reasons why staying authentic to your corporate narrative can help your business perform better.
AIM High: Assessment of Value year two: The good, the bad and the ugly
Twink is joined by three industry experts, John Bennett, Head of Adviser Proposition at Sparrows Capital Limited, David Ogden, Head of Compliance at Sparrows Capital and Esther Armstrong, Marketing Consultant at White Marble Marketing, to discuss ‘the good, the bad and the ugly’ of the new Assessment of Value reports.
AIM High: Techniques to deliver cut-through presentations
In today’s episode Twink explores how to make presentations impactful and deliver cut through for your audience as she is joined by the experienced Dylan Emery, Editorial Director at Last Word Media.
AIM High: The importance of a learning mindset
Twink delves into the importance of a learning mindset with Farley Thomas and Barbara Rupf Bee.