Chinwag's Careers Day at Digital Shoreditch is this Friday, May 24th to be exact. The companies are ready and waiting to find their next star employee. Grab yourself a ticket now, it's FREE.
Make the most of Friday, get the medical attention your cv needs at the surgery, wander upstairs for a workshop and catch a presentation in the main room, read the full agenda bellow.
The only thing left to do is introduce the final six companies exhibiting: Pharmiweb Solutions, Inspiring Interns, Harvest Digital, BrightLemon, Enternships, LGCH.
Yielding to my curious side, I had the
opportunity to flee the office for the afternoon, and attend
Chinwag Psych. With my background in PR I had no clue what to expect from a pyschology conference, but soon enough
I was up to my knees in knowledge; learning about how neuroscience, behavioural psychology and machine learning could
revolutionise media, marketing and business.
In case you missed out, I’ve put together a couple of highlights from the sessions I sat in
A researcher at 3D design software firm, Autodesk is championing a new way of visualising how organisations change and evolve using a company's internal graph.
James Mayes, investigated the Autodesk experiment, chatted to the man behind it and discovered a fantastic offer for those wanting to run the same experiment for their organisation.
Chinwag Psych saw experts across marketing, advertising, psychology, machine learning and neuroscience deliver ways best to understand your target market.
Through a range of academic speakers and practitioners, there was a lot to be learned about how we can gain insights to run an efficient team or what a customer might be thinking.
Leigh Caldwell is a combination of both academic and businessman as the CEO of Inon and a cognitive behavioural economist. But what is that and how did he end up with that title?
Chinwag Psych was a huge success last week. We have our picks of recent revelatory reading just to keep the mind tintilated...
Handwritten revelations of the mind?
The controversial practice of graphology - deducing personality from handwriting - is still making headlines. Bad news for those of us from the 'chicken scratch' school of penmanship.
Missing Chinwag Psych? Fear not - we still have some great content to share with you from our speakers. The day focused on machine learning, neuroscience and psychology and how these disciplines can be successfully applied to business.
One of the great speakers was William Higham, consumer strategist, futurist, author and founder of the Next Big Thing consultancy. His understanding of the way consumers think helps him to advise businesses all over the world.
The Chinwag Careers Day at Digital Shoreditch is May 24th. That, people, is next week.
The agenda and workshops will be published soon, but let us introduce to you some more of the delightful companies looking for you to join them.
The location is the wonderful Modern Jago. Then we'd like you to meet three of the exhibitiors: Microsoft, BPS and Farfetch...
There are many ways in which retailers can strengthen the bond with their customers, but few are as vital as enhancing their mobile experience.
Mobile phones are the most popular devices on the planet and access to them is increasing every day – indeed, research by Apigee revealed most smartphone owners cannot last 24 hours without their favourite apps and games.
Chinwag Psych was a huge success, with a fantastic selection of great speakers sharing insights into how psychology, neuroscience and machine learning can open new avenues for business.
One of the day's speakers, Cat Jones, talks to Chinwag about her presentation.
As many of us online become accustomed to social sharing, it’s no surprise that there are practitioners looking into how it can be exploited.