Follow The Bear

By Glenn Southam

Follow The Bear - It's not that strange, is it?

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June 6 · Issue #123 · View online
Follow The Bear
👹 Many of us now work in global markets which can make working/not-working UK-specific bank holidays a bit tricky. Especially in the world of marketing, where even the best social media schedulers deal with only the tip of the huge marketing iceberg, we deal with it.
There were bits and bobs I had to dive into over the Jubilee weekend (nope, I refuse to use that phrase…) but I still managed to strip wallpaper off of a couple of walls, take down 1960s polystyrene ceiling tiles and finish the latest series of the brilliantly nostalgic Stranger Things. I hope you had a just as varied few days…
Anyway, things are back to normal now as we inch towards the end of the first half of the year. Somehow.
Off we go.

Insight and resources.
The long and short of it.
Stop slacking. Or maybe start.
And then...and then?
Lazy bones.
A look at LGBTQ+ inclusion.
Sometimes, things just don't work.
Making your life easier.
[INSERT HEADLINE]
What would you put into Room 101?
Events you might want to know about.
Here's an example of a good event.
Jobs in recruitment marketing.
I'm here to Serve.
Get Carter.
And we're done.
You know how I was somewhat ‘gloating’ about shooting off to France last week? Well, I did a Del Boy after one-too-many glasses of fizz and fell into an empty space before face planting into gravel. There was a lot of explaining I had to do to with the five face-to-face interviews I had to do.
Picture on request.
Play it nice and cool, son, nice and cool - you know what I mean?
Play it nice and cool, son, nice and cool - you know what I mean?
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