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Changes in i4

Changes Within i4

Here at i4, we have recently had a few changes. Firstly, we said a sad goodbye to our loyal Luanne who had been with us for 6 years. As a consequence of this, our graduate Victoria has developed her Administration role by now becoming an Account Manager, in addition to her Marketing responsibilities. Lastly, we have two entirely new additions to the team – Robbie, a young salesman with a background in the Telecoms industry, and Lizzie, a bubbly [...]

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Amazon Web Services Ireland Tech Jobs

Amazon Web Services Ireland creates 1,000 tech jobs

A new Amazon Web Services (AWS) office in central Dublin has created the opportunity for 1,000 technology jobs. Amazon are seeking employees to fill roles such as software developers and data centre engineers and are looking to recruit over the next two years. Having opened on Monday, the new office covering 170,000 square feet will also offer highly skilled roles for network development, system engineers and security and big data specialists. In addition to this, AWS will be offering a collection [...]

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Norwich Business Improvement District

Norwich Business Improvement District Develops New National Alliance

Norwich Business Improvement District (Norwich BID) is a part of an important collective of Business Improvement Districts within the UK that have established a new national partnership with The BID Foundation. The BID Foundation’s objectives concern the improving of standards and the assurance that local businesses and communities are benefiting from The BID Foundation's assistance. The Executive Director of the Norwich Business Improvement District, Stefan Gurney, has been elected as the Vice-Chair for the new BID Foundation. This sets out [...]

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Decline of printed newspaper sales

The Decline of Printed Newspaper Sales & Rise of Digital Media

In an age where the digital world is dominating most generation’s accessibility to the latest news, printed newspaper companies have a great deal to compete with. It can be argued that the modern is digital and the traditional is print, with newspapers gradually becoming outdated. Statistics state that the average age of The Independent and The Daily Telegraph reader ranges between 43-61 years old, whereas papers such as The Mirror and The Sun appear to be attracting small crowds in [...]

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