About Bloomsbury Insights
The business and marketing world evolves every day and staying on top of the latest trends can be challenging. Visit Bloomsbury Insights for easily digestible content marketing guides, access to author insights, and examples of how we’ve helped our clients stay ahead of the curve.
We talked to Ian Hallsworth, the Publisher for Bloomsbury Business, about the power of print, and why readers, authors and organisations still love print books.
Ian MacRae is an organizational psychology consultant and psychometrician and writer who works internationally. Ian has conducted research with tens of thousands of participants in over 40 countries. He has written 4 books about practical work psychology. He is an advisor at Thomas International, Research Manager at Sage Transitions in Canada, and Director of High Potential Psychology Ltd.
Content can motivate your employees by involving them in your company’s success and making them feel proud to have played a role in achieving it.
Bloomsbury author John Adair is one of the world’s leading authorities on leadership and leadership development. Since 2006, he has been Honorary Professor of Leadership at the China Executive Leadership Academy in Shanghai. In 2009, he was appointed Chair of Leadership Studies at the United Nations Staff College in Turin.
But how do you go about choosing an agency? What makes an agency a good fit for your business?
Creating content around the theme of diversity for our client.
Sleep specialist Vicki Culpin offers an accessible guide to how sleep works, the consequences of poor sleep and the practical ways of mitigating against, and reducing the impact of, compromised sleep in organisational environments
As digital marketers, it’s important to stay on top of the trends and keep an eye on what everyone else is doing in the industry.
Email marketing is a fantastic opportunity for you to communicate directly with your audience who has specifically opted-in to hear from you
Marc Stigter is an international strategist calling for a radical rethink of the three critical areas in which he specialises: strategy, culture and governance