Angela De Souza

Posts by Angela De Souza

You’ve Been Charging Your Phones Incorrectly All This Time

In a report from The Mirror, experts have revealed how to prolong the battery life of most modern phones and tablets.  Most phone users are in the habit of putting their phones on to charge overnight ready for the next day but studies have revealed that this is not the best way to charge your phone,
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Why timing can be key – the art of PR and trust

Recently I‘ve had a couple of projects where time has been short and the pressure of getting the right publicity has been high. I have to be honest that I’ve discovered I don’t enjoy these types of situations. Unfortunately, I can’t control the news and what is being covered by journalists – with luck behind
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You’ve heard of the pay gap, but have you heard of the pension gap?

  The gender pay gap is finally getting the column inches it deserves. By 30 March all public bodies in the UK have to report details of their gender pay gaps to the Government Equalities Office, and all companies with over 250 employees must do the same by 4 April. What we’re seeing from the
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Why Website Speed Matters

Do you know how long it takes your website to load? If it takes more than 4 seconds it’s too slow. Test your website speed here. Why? Well, firstly Google penalises slow pages and ranks them lower. Also, users or potential buyers are less likely to view your website if the page takes too long
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Miss Cheltenham Competition with Miss England, Stephanie Hill – WIN a TICKET

Win a ticket to the 2018 Miss Cheltenham Competition! The eagerly anticipated Grand Final of Miss Cheltenham 2018 is being held on 31st March 2018 in The Gold Cup Suite at Cheltenham Racecourse. Miss England, Stephanie Hill, will be sitting on the judging panel for the night. Stephanie, who is a classically trained singer,  will
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The Energy Industry’s Power Problem? Too Few Women

The lack of women in energy companies is holding back the sector’s efforts to tackle climate change, a leading industry watcher has warned. Catherine Mitchell, professor of energy policy at the University of Exeter, said poor gender diversity meant the industry was less open to new ideas, in particular the move to a lower carbon
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Editor’s Choice – LivOliv Nailpolish

Susan from LivOliv very kindly send me some of her nail polishes to review and I absolutely love them! The most obvious thing to start off with is that her LivOliv nail polishes are Cruelty-Free, Non-Toxic and Vegan and have a strong recycling policy. They recycle everything where possible, re-using packaging from parcels from their
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100 Years Since Women Got the Vote – But Our Society is Still Sexist?

It is inspiring in this centenary year to hear about the formidable work of the Suffragette and Suffragist movements, securing for women the right to vote and stand for election – it’s part of the basic history of our “island story” that is seldom told. Much has been achieved as a result of this change
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Celebrating Three Years Of MAXIMISE Women’s Business Magazine

Our magazine started by accident, we didn’t set out to produce a magazine at all in fact. The original idea was to allow six businesses to advertise on the back of our A6 promotion card for a small fee thereby funding our own marketing initiative whilst supporting some of our member’s businesses at the same
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Chani Martin: M&M Promotions

Our magazine started by accident, we didn’t set out to produce a magazine at all in fact. The original idea was to allow six businesses to advertise on the back of our A6 promotion card for a small fee thereby funding our own marketing initiative whilst supporting some of our member’s businesses at the same
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