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  • 30th July 2018

    Here’s to a new chapter!

    After a hectic few months of finishing my degree (and then celebrating extensively that I had actually survived my final year of university), I was certain that I wanted to take some time off before finding myself a graduate job. However, it turns out that I’m not great at taking a break – and two […]

  • 29th June 2018

    How Monzo just went from challenger to champion

    On Wednesday 27 June, international ticketing giant Ticketmaster announced that tens of thousands of its customers may have had their payment details stolen as part of a data breach. The news broke late on Wednesday, and FieldHouse Associates (and probably every other communications agency with cyber security clients) jumped into action. We were quick. After […]

  • 29th May 2018

    In the post-truth era, our job is more important than ever before

    In a world where consumer trust in pretty much everything – politics, Facebook, the housing market, news outlets – is at an all-time low, our job as communicators is more important than ever before. There are companies out there that are acting in questionably nefarious ways. Cambridge Analytica was thrown into the media spotlight following […]

  • 26th April 2018

    I’ll note that down in my distributed ledger

    A plain language guide to blockchain Q. What is the blockchain? A. A total minefield. Perhaps a bit melodramatic, but not wholly untrue. Blockchain has rapidly moved from a technology used in experimental projects on the fringes of the financial sector, to a word I see flash across my screen several times a day – […]

  • 20th February 2018

    The Wi-Fighters: This Century’s Luddites?

    Walk through the creative district of any city across the UK and you will notice a new phenomenon, hastily typed signs on the doors of coffee shops declaring a lack of Wi-Fi connectivity and discouraging the use of us laptops and mobile devices altogether. Especially here in central London, these no-network cafes are becoming more […]