This is the part of the site where we provide you with snippets of information you might find useful in your work. It might be some new research statistics, an op ed we’ve dug up from somewhere around the globe on a hot topic, or a video which made us smile.

It’s a space for thinking. It’s a peaceful space for you to do nothing more than look at some of the developments from around the world, in the areas dear to our heart and yours. Think of it as a library, except no-one here will tell you to “shoosh!”
We are even lucky enough to get some thoughts every now and again from Dr Brandon Comms, our non-medicinal practitioner who casts his marketing, communications and branding monocole over the world in his special style.
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Announced around a year ago as East London Tech City, Tech City, as it is now known, is one of those ambitious projects announced every now and again by governments. Taking in the part of London from the Old Street roundabout to the new Olympic Park in Stratford, it is intended to be, or already is if you believe its strapline, the digital capital of Europe.

It was launched with a splash, and has gone on to attract some big names – Cisco Systems, Facebook, Google, Intel Corporation, Vodafone. A recent article published in The Guardian looks at the proposition of the project, the delivery so far, and the future.