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19.07.10 Member News: Why LinkedIn? - A powerpoint presentation by Rob Wilmot
Rob Wilmot, co-founder of Freeserve and a director of CIN member BCS PR gave an informative presentatin about the best ways to use the business online network LinkedIn - these are the slides.
26.04.10 Member News: Are you serious about your music business? - A presentation by AIM
Following on the from the successful CIN event of the same name, we are pleased to have the digital presentation from the night to share.
03.02.10 Member News: Games Guru Gives Students Glimpse Of The Future
One of the computer games industry's biggest names spoke to University of Derby students about his career - and his role in developing games for a revolutionary hands free control system, due to go on sale at the end of this year.
02.02.10 Member News: Using Social Media in Business: A Powerpoint Presentation by Rob Wilmot
CIN's recent event on using social media in business featuring guest speaker Rob Wilmot was a great success. View his Powerpoint presentation
05.01.10 Member News: Shining year of creativity made country sit up and take notice
The resurrection of Derby's theatre was always going to mean that it was a good year for arts in the city.
08.12.09 Member News: Artist Wright wins Turner Prize
Painter Richard Wright, whose work includes striking, large-scale frescos, has won this year's Turner Prize.
11.11.09 Member News: Drawing a crowd
Quad recently hosted an event to bring comicbook art to the the centre of Derby, personified in the Derby-born artist Liam Sharp.
10.11.09 Member News: Social media challenges social rules
Old social rules don't seem to work online, says Bill Thompson
06.11.09 Member News: From Metropolis to Blade Runner: architecture that stole the show
To mark its 175th anniversary, the Royal Institute of British Architects is holding a season of films in which buildings fantastical or factual take a starring role.
05.11.09 Member News: Classics of everyday design No 54
Celebrating its 100th anniversary, the tube roundel is an ever-evolving yet reassuringly constant symbol of life in modern London
13.10.09 Member News: Investing in Creative Industries? A guide for local authorities.
A new government plan, was launched in London on 9th July by the Work Foundation.
08.10.09 Member News: BCS MD joins board of Creative Industries Network
Murray Carmichael-Smith, group managing director of Nottingham communications agency BCS, has joined the board of the Derby-based Creative Industries Network (CIN).
28.09.09 Member News: Three Rules for Earning Good Word of Mouth for Your Photography Business
At the heart of marketing for any small business is word of mouth. Creating an experience that gets people talking about your photography business is the single best way to attract new customers.
25.09.09 Member News: What makes a magazine?
In the first of his new monthly columns, Jeremy Leslie asks what makes a magazine a magazine?
24.09.09 Member News: Freemium' reaps a premium for online games developers
Games developers turn to free online play with paid extras and subscription upgrades to woo social network users
21.09.09 Member News: How social networking is changing journalism
A conference in Oxford explores the interaction between the internet and the news industry
18.09.09 Member News: Arts Council England Grants for the arts changes in 2010
In 2010 ACE will make some improvements to the Grants for the arts application process. These will include enhancing the way to can apply and establishing a central team with responsibility for assessment and monitoring.
04.09.09 Member News: British design is not dead it is overlooked
Things ain't what they used to be, and no mistake. This, more or less, is what Alice Rawsthorn, a well-known champion of modern design and ex-director of London's Design Museum, told New York Times readers on Sunday.
13.08.09 Member News: Timms takes over Digital Britain brief
Communications minister's main task will be to push through 6 phone tax to pay for universal fast broadband
04.08.09 Member News: How to: write the perfect press release for journalists
press releases are still a popular format for public relations and communications teams when contacting journalists.
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