Nicky Redmond, our conference specialist talks about the benefits of creating an interactive conference to motivate and inspire delegates
The trouble with agency websites, fostering an environment of inclusion, and upping your creative game, whatever your level.
Quick fire questions with our new Accounts Director, Tom.
Meet our work experience Student, Iona.
German MPs today voted in one of the world’s toughest social media laws – will it be the answer to online hate crime?
Last week, Kate Shanks and I were invited to the IABC World Conference in Washington to present a workshop on the PRIDE model, a fresh approach to building business success through people.
Quick fire questions with our new Accounts & Office Manager Tracey
The most of us have been guilty of becoming a slave to our emails at some point of our working lives. Check out our top 5 tips to reduce emails at work.
Have you seen our billboard at Farnham station? We are all very proud to showcase our services in a creative way to the local commuters of Farnham. But where did the inspiration come from?
Theresa May pays a high price in the UK general election campaign for assuming that everyone’s happy to march along to the same old tune
We’re all very excited that next week sees our first-ever public billboard go live. It will appear opposite the London-bound platform at the railway station in our home town of Farnham.
Our Creative Director, Ben, shares his thoughts on his first six months at theblueballroom. "I was slouched on my sofa in a post-work daze after a particularly busy week. Scrolling through LinkedIn, a job ad caught my eye."
We have been rather busy with recruitment lately and are very excited to have two new people joining the team: Tom our Account Director, and Tracey, Accounts and Office Manager. As a result of our new recruits I asked Becki our HR Manager, who oversees our recruitment process to answer a very important question....
‘Culture clash’ is a phrase that often fizzes into animated exchanges about immigration. Globally, three-quarters of all major conflicts have a cultural dimension; locally, just looking different can be enough to cause conflict.So it’s important to at least understand culture, and ideally to celebrate its vitality.
Today is World Telecommunication & Information Society Day (WTISD). It celebrates one of the most important factors in our life – communication! The date is linked to the creation of the International Telegraph Union on 17 May 1865, later renamed International Telecommunication Union (ITU).
Did you know today is National Limerick Day? To mark this occasion Nicky and I (after several chocolates) decided we were up for the challenge! So, here is our limerick on theblueballroom to brighten your Friday
I wanted to share with you the book I’ve just finished reading, which also links very well to a TED talk I’ve listened to quite by accident. There are parallels, with the same net result. The book, Born a Crime, is written by Trevor Noah. The author is a South African comedian who has hit it big in the US, but his life wasn’t always this charmed.
We were delighted to work with Prospect Resourcing to host an interactive roundtable discussion on 26th April 2017 in Hong Kong
If you value truth and honesty, then make a personal pledge to protect them on World Press Freedom Day – 3 May