Hollicom Digest 29 June: Essential stories this week

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World Cup balls

England is in the final 16 and, call it schadenfreude, Germany isn’t. For those who are interested in marketing, The Drum has come up with a list of winning creative hacks that advertisers have come up with to please and capture the attention of footie fans – as well as a few losers.

http://www.thedrum.com/news/2018/06/29/the-9-best-marketing-ambushes-the-2018-world-cup?utm_campaign=Newsletter_Daily_EuropePM&utm_source=pardot&utm_medium=email

 

Having a gas

Beer, cider, bacon and now crumpets – a shortage of CO2 is threatening almost all the staples of an essential British summer.The BBC has put together a round up report on the issues that have bubbled up since the CO2 crisis began.

 https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-44644407

But who broke the story in the first place? Step forward the fine journalists at trade magazine, Gas World. I’d raise a glass to the important journalism trade press achieves but my fizz has gone flat.

https://www.gasworld.com/co2-supply-crisis-hits-europe/2014944.article

 

How does she do it?

Business leaders need determination and focus. A great example is Anneli Ritari-Stewart, the managing director of iProspect in Edinburgh. In addition to running a highly successful digital performance agency she also runs ultra-marathons and wins medals for powerlifting. It’s the latest in the Scotsman’s excellent “Big Interview” series.

https://www.scotsman.com/business/companies/media-leisure/the-big-interview-anneli-ritari-stewart-md-of-iprospect-1-4758926

 

Fintech rising

Scotland’s growing fintech sector is getting another big boost – Edinburgh-based financial wrap platform Nucleus has revealed plans for a flotation on AIM. It’s founder, David Ferguson, also happens to be the chairman of burgeoning trade body, FinTech Scotland. The Daily Business gets the scoop.

Ferguson to press button on £150m Nucleus flotation

Sad days for Glasgow

The tragedy befalling the Glasgow School of Art and its home designed by internationally renowned architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh has hit the city hard. In recent weeks the Herald has unflaggingly covered the fire that destroyed the building and its neighbouring venue, the O2 ABC. Residents and local businesses have also been affected. It is the second time the historic building has been ravaged by fire. The city mourns.

http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/16321988.jan-patience-the-end-may-be-nigh-for-glasgow-school-of-arts-mackintosh-building/

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