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Expert Guides

This page brings you the latest updates from our Benefit Partners, as well as exclusive 'BCFA Guide to...' series, covering the topics of top social media platforms and many more key areas
This year, we’ve seen environmental issues continue to rise in prominence in the media, with an increasing appetite from consumers for responsible and sustainable products made by ethically run businesses...
The BCFA hosted a workshop on Writing Content for Web and Digital Copywriting at UBM on the 30th April with guest speaker Andrew Lloyd Gordon...
New research suggests the design and connectivity are key to attracting Millennial hotel guests...
The serviced apartment sector is one of the fastest growing hospitality sectors around the world. Up to now, this sector has largely been dominated by business travellers...
The length of videos has been and always will be a hot topic. We tend to have shorter attention spans in recent times due to technology and resourcing being at our fingertips and this directly affects how your video will perform.
t wasn’t a particularly smooth exit to the year for markets; the Pound peaked and troughed on Brexit optimism and disappointment, interest rate hikes came in the UK and US and still markets were unsatiated...
A well produced video can set your brand and products apart from the competition. It is the perfect medium for showcasing your company, team, customers and products. Over the years we have been helping companies use video effectively within their business...
Dementia is one of the most debilitating conditions in the UK today, affecting over 850,000 people. And with the UK’s ageing population these numbers are expected to increase, reaching 1 million by 2025.
How much progress has the UK made since voting to leave the EU? What will be the next topic in negotiations? Will the UK experience a hard or a soft Brexit?
The BCFA networking events are firmly established as prestigious and enjoyable opportunities for BCFA members and their clients to meet in both formal and informal settings in popular locations across the UK.

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