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21 January 2016

Hard work lives on at Vuyani Primary School

There are many things that we are proud of at Tamar, but one of our biggest achievements has to be the difference we made to a very special school in Gugulethu, Cape Town. It’s hard to believe that it was nearly 9 years ago that we all flew over for a week of rewarding hard graft, as we helped build a …

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7 October 2015

Applying for a Graduate role in Digital Marketing?

We’ve been doing a shed load of interviews recently for Digital Marketing Internships and Graduates and it’s surprising how many candidates are applying for a role in digital, that don’t seem to actually be online. Assuming you know the general rules of CV writing, such as keep things brief and relevant and make sure you’re not applying for a job …

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4 September 2015

The Blogger’s Guide to Social Media Week

Are you attending our event Be A Better Blogger at Social Media Week? SMWLondon kicks off a week today and if you are a blogger or aspiring blogger, then it’s a great opportunity to gain some insight on how you can raise your profile. To help you, we’ve highlighted the blogger related events we’d recommend for the week and why, with time …

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6 August 2015

The Tamar Times – July

July has been super busy here at Tamar HQ, with most of us heads down focussed on our clients – well, those of us not swanning-off on holiday anyway! But there’s still been time for a few favourite bits… WE LEARNT Ever posted a joke on Twitter pretending it was your own? Read the blog: Twitter Joke Plagiarism Do you …

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8 July 2015

The Tamar Times: June

The Tamar Times is out and it’s HOT! WE CELEBRATED… Twenty years has seen many interesting characters walk through the doors at Tamar HQ. So what better way to celebrate the milestone, than a bit of reminiscing to remind ourselves and Tamar friends about some of the good times. Yes, a lot of them involved booze, and shaving and lunging… …

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16 June 2015

Twenty Memories of Twenty Years

There have been awards, events, parties and successes, but one of the best parts of Tamar has always been the people, (the dogs), characters and the friendships made. So forgive us as we indulge in a few memories… 20. Henry’s Interview Just over 10 years ago Henry (yes 10 years!) came for his first interview at Tamar, where Neil Jackson said to …

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5 June 2015

The Tamar Times: May

With May now firmly behind us (where the heck is this year going?!) it’s time to take a look back at what the Tamar team have been up to over the past month. May saw a number of exciting events, some new starters in the team and some big plans coming together for later in the year. June will see …

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2 June 2015

BrandLove25 – Health & Nutrition

Whether you’re a full-time juicer or haven’t heard of a Nutribullet – you probably won’t have escaped the growing industry of healthy and tailored meal plans delivered to your door. We’re talking anything from the seasonal fresh food boxes for all the family from local suppliers, to tailored juice plans for individuals who require nutritional expertise to get keep them on the health track. The world of …

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27 August 2013

In the news: Are Police Forces Using Twitter Effectively?

Police forces faced harsh criticism at the end of last week after an article claimed misuse of the social channel Twitter.  The article published in The Telegraph hit out at the police for using their official accounts to follow celebrities, sports teams and fashion brands. The police account for Lambeth, South London, was subject to complaints after it was found …

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22 August 2013

Tamar supports The Prince’s Trust in highlighting the exam pressure on young people

Last week, youth charity The Prince’s Trust launched a piece of research, based on interviews with 2,342 16-25-year-olds, revealing the effect of poor exam results on young people’s futures. The research found that one in three young people with fewer than 5 GCSEs graded A*-C expects to “end up on benefits” while young people with few qualifications were twice as …

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