Brexit

On 23rd June 2016 the referendum decision for United Kingdom to leave the European Union (EU) surprised some of us, fuelling a great number of discussions around the topic by bringing in the pros and cons of Brexit. As a European student I am especially interested in this seeing as I am about to enter... Continue Reading →

Millennials, social media and events. How to use social media to boost your event

Social media is an internet- based software that allows people to interact with each other or with customers (in a business environment), by sharing information such as: details about their lives (or product), professional information, personal or business related photos and up-to-the-minute thoughts or offers (Investopedia, 2017). Nowadays, social media is considered to be one... Continue Reading →

Behind the abandoned venues of Olympics

Year after year, more and more cities debate upon the hosting of Olympic Games, questioning whether it is worth taking the financial risk (The Guardian, 2017). It has been argued around the legacy of Olympic Games and Telegraph (2017) states that it just has recently begun.  Well, one of the most analysed topics is linked... Continue Reading →

Personal Reflection on Delivering a Workshop

"Tell me, and I will forget. Show me, and I may remember. Involve me, and I will understand.”- Confucius (in Wooten et al. 2010) This semester one of our assignments implied facilitating a workshop, which according to the definition, is an excellent way of sharing skills and helping other students gain knowledge from each other. Even... Continue Reading →

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