CCgroup Blog

What’s brand identity got to do with it?

If I were to tell you that operators were perceived by Joe Public as digital leaders, you’d probably laugh at me. But it’s true – the much-bashed,...

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Tech me out: A beginners guide to Edge Computing

The second in our blog series, 'Tech Me Out', aimed at demystifying and explaining some of the technologies and technical terms we encounter and...

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5G: Let’s get real

Most of us in the telecoms world will be au fait with the UK’s progress towards deploying 5G. Following in the footsteps of EE and Vodafone, this...

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Women in Analyst Relations: interview with Kristin Taylor

Women in Analyst Relations (WIAR) is a networking, campaigning and social organisation for women who work within Analyst Relations or are analysts...

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Four simple steps to improve your PR writing skills

It’s no surprise that, in PR, communication is key. From thought leadership articles to award entries, speaker submissions to press releases, we...

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Tech me out: A beginners guide to APIs

Welcome to our new blog series, 'Tech Me Out', aimed at demystifying and explaining some of the technologies and technical terms we encounter and...

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How do you amplify the value of analyst relations within your organisation?

Industry analysts are proving themselves to be highly influential in B2B purchasing decisions across telecoms, enterprise, financial services and...

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What did The European Payment Summit say about the future of payments?

Last week I attended and moderated a panel at the European Payment Summit, one of the leading payment events in Europe with banks, schemes,...

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BUZZWORD BUSTING PART 1: CLOUD COMPUTING

As PR people, we love buzzwords. In blogs, opinion articles, infographics and pitches, we use them everywhere, thinking it’s going to capture a...

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Report schedules are no substitute for proactive analyst relations

When putting together a new year’s AR plan, it’s vital to start with a strategy and not a calendar. Starting with a calendar means focusing only...

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