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Buzzing brands

Econsultancy reveals the top ‘buzz’ brands of 2013 with the Internet Advertising Bureau UK

Stay on budget, on schedule

OpenSymmetry gives IT leaders 4 ways to get big projects right first time in Computerworld UK

Make Facebook go further

Econsultancy proves content marketing was the biggest trend of 2013, now Business2Community shares the best advice on Facebook content sharing

Samsung’s voracious appetite eats into Apple

Econsultancy proves how Samsung is chomping at Apple’s online performance and stealing the lead with Forbes

Responsive rules

Forbes provides details on benefits of responsive design and make most of its potential, with Econsultancy Read it here

Piece of pi

Econsultancy CEO Ashley Friedlein's views on the skills modern marketers need in today’s digital world. Read the full interview in PSFK and TheDrewBlog

Developing a taste for social

Econsultancy’s David Moth on grocery brands’ use of social to create customer appetite, in
The Guardian

Christmas presence

Econsultancy's nine ways to make use of online reviews in the run up to Christmas, in
Real Business

Getting personal

Econsultancy on the problems of personalisation for modern marketers. Read it in CMO

Analyse this

Real Business reviews Google’s steps towards a well-rounded brand with research by Econsultancy

Hashtags and hotels

Econsultancy's report reviews the digital performance of top hotels,  in the UK Marketing Network

You've got mobile mail

The Daily Telegraph gets proof on how mobile changes email design from Econsultancy

Executive insights

The American Marketing Association on modern marketing with Econsultancy’s David St John Tradewell

Copy that?

The Guardian directs wannabe copywriters to Econsultancy’s website for the content marketing edge. Read it here

Digital deliveries

Econsultancy knows how we like our online deliveries.
In the Guardian

Snag for mobile shoppers

Econsultancy reveals the misery of mobile commerce payments, in Tech Radar and iTechWorkshop

Digital toolbox 

Econsultancy’s Andrew Warren-Payne gives digital tips for small businesses to make more of Small Business Saturday, in The Guardian

Trolls and tribulations

How to avoid the traps of customer service on social media. Econsultancy gives its top tips to Real Business

Look here

Forbes gives top tips on how to catch people’s eye online, brightened up with Econsultancy's infographics.
Read it in Forbes

Knock-knock who’s there

Econsultancy’s report findings show that some website’s lights are on but nobody’s home, in The Drum

Marketing lacks measurement

Econsultancy study casts light on digital media's stuggle to attract big brand advertisers in The Guardian

Modern manifestos

Business2Community debates the new book “The CMO Manifesto”, with backup from Econsultancy CEO                Ashley Friedlein.
Click to read

Buildng a sales temple

OpenSymmetry's Jon Clarke explains the core pillars of solid sales performance management, in the November issue of Sales Initiative Magazine

Testing testing 1-2-3

Econsultancy gives BizReport readers a sound check when it comes to website testing

The importance of a         Digital Culture

Econsultancy CEO Ashley
Friedlein writes for
Bloomberg Businessweek’s
Management Blog

Social Starbucks

Econsultancy’s Head of Social Matt Owen is quoted extensively in The Content Strategist about Starbucks' #cometogether campaign

No experiences, no customers

Econsultancy’s survey on how businesses create an Integrated Customer Experience features in The Telegraph's Business Reporter supplement

First class ticket to a social media fail

Reuters and Entrepreneur Magazine assess the Ryanair CEO's Twitter Q&A, featuring Econsultancy's Head of Social.  Click to read

British Gas faces backlash

Econsultancy’s Matt Owen gives his two cents on British Gas’s Twitter response to angry consumers, in
London Loves Business
and The Guardian

Personalised priorities

Econsultancy contributes to the discussion of television, interactive consumers, and what personalisation means for today’s digital marketers
in The Huffington Post

Let's get psychological

CMO examines how marketing and psychology go hand in hand, quoting a keynote from Econsultancy’s Festival of Marketing
Read it here

Forbes on mobile brands

Econsultancy reinforces the discussion of why being mobile is important for brands with Forbes.

The desktop is dead

Econsultancy research shows how mobile usage alone is driving growth in online sales.
Read it in The Guardian

Power to the people?

BBC features Econsultancy’s assessment of Facebook’s new update. Go to BBC

Open door policy for digital

Econsultancy CEO Ashley Friedlein says the UK must welcome international talent to build its digital skills base.
Read it in Real Business

Boris backs digital business

Mayor of London Boris Johnson endorses Econsultancy’s inaugural Festival of Marketing. More information here

Pay isn't everything

OpenSymmetry’s Candice Arnold on why motivation is not always a bonus, in CFO World

Let digital talent lead

Econsultancy's Ashley Friedlein on combating the digital talent gap on The Wealthy Business Blog

Loyal customers are worth the effort and more

Econsultancy report says brands still fail to invest in their most valuable relationships. Read more in CMO

A social breakfast at Tiffany’s

Econsultancy analyst talks to Handelsblatt about Tiffany&Co.'s solid social media strategy, in the wake of its earning report. Read about the social boost in Handelsblatt

The end of the digital beginning

Econsultancy's CEO discusses how agencies are driving the digital marketing revolution and its implications for the UK economy. Read it in the International Business Times.

One size doesn't fit all

Econsultancy contributes mobile report findings to Real Business’ discussion of mobile retail. Read more in Real Business

A fresh perspective on sales

OpenSymmetry's Candice Arnold enters the debate on women in sales, and the importance of a diverse sales industry. Get to grips with her view in Sales Initiative.

Females in first

OpenSymmetry interviews Sales Professional of the Year, Nicole McIvor, and shares her experience on e-commerce success, with TheSalesPro.

Mobile traffic gets the green light

Econsultancy's survey results help the Guardian analyse digital media trends.
Read it here

Lost in Translation

Econsultancy advise on how to make a friendly international e-commerce site in Forbes
Go to the Forbes article

That's what girls are made of (Part II)

OpenSymmetry interviews a second BESMA award winner and gets the recipe for sales success, with TheSalesPro.

The evolution of ecommerce

Econsultancy shares the top five trends and explains how to keep up with them, in International Business Times.
Read it here

That’s what girls are made of

OpenSymmetry interviews one of this year’s top new salespeople after her success at the BESMA awards, in TheSalesPro.

Digital myth busters

Econsultancy addresses misconceptions about digital advertising and distinguishes what's fact and what's fiction for The Guardian.
Read it here

Reconsidering reviews

The Guardian quotes Econsultancy’s Modern Marketing Manifesto in an assessment of online customer feedback. Read it in The Guardian

The Sales Pro and SourceWire highlight OpenSymmetry’s Sales Performance Seminar

OpenSymmetry teams up with IBM and Xactly for UK sales events
Get more detail here

Marketing Week, Real Wire, and IT News Online feature Econsultancy’s Digital Talent Challenge App

Econsultancy’s app tests marketers’ knowledge around digital
Click to read

Mag+ takes centre stage with MMIT Journal

MMIT publishes full case study on Mag+ and the creative process for the V&A app
See it in full here

CMS Wire opts in to Econsultancy's optimisation report

Getting to the ultimate mobile customer experience
Read it here

Apps with style

Mag+ partners with fashion brand WeSC to deliver hot little numbers for iPad and iPhone, in RetailDigital

Social selling

OpenSymmetry's CMO explains how businesses can make friends and sales using social media, in
International Business Times

Optimisation no longer optional

Forbes features Econsultancy’s latest report on Conversion          Rate Optimisation

Australia: the life of the     social party

The Drum features Econsultancy report on Australian businesses getting matey via social
Read it in full

Age Matters: Getting to grips with digital for older               job seekers

Econsultancy shares careers insights in Digital with
Guardian readers. See it here

The silver screen

Mag+ partner Apptitude Media releases new digital app for independent filmmakers
See the sparkling premiere  in The Guardian, Design Week, InPublishing, and Digital Arts

Robert Redford joins us at the launch of new digital-only film magazine Fade to Black at Sundance Festival London

Image Copyright Apptitude Media

Slow your roll and strategise

Econsultancy VP explains how marketers are missing the        mobile mark, for                            International Business Times.
Get the advice here

Publishers faced with digital rivalry

Poynter talks to Mag+’s Mike Haney  on the competition between iPad and Android
Read it here

Southeast Asia's aviation market takes-off

Reuters and CNBC discuss with Ascend how rising profits account for Asia's increased aircraft deliveries
Read more in Reuters and CNBC

Bloomberg investigates with Ascend commentary

Ascend's Paul Sheridan critiques the service on China's booming budget airlines
Read it in Bloomberg

All aboard the enterprise

Tab Times interviews Mag+ on future of apps: for business, valuable content and android
Read it here

Fools rush in

Econsultancy research shows US businesses unprepared for mobile. Read it in Marketing Daily, TabTimes, Fierce CMO, Media Post

Amazon's smart        advertising move

Econsultancy explain how Amazon's new advertising partnerships affect retailers, in Retail Week

Tannissan Mae wins two new briefs

Now proudly representing digital marketing leaders Econsultancy in the US and UK and supporting OpenSymmetry in Europe.

The Guardian hangs out      with Mag+

Mag+ CEO gets involved in Google hangout on how to make digital content pay
Watch the full discussion here

The end of the digital beginning

Econsultancy CEO talks 2013's digital trends for International Business Times

Retail Week on HMV’s twitter meltdown

Expert commentary from Econsultancy on using twitter for business. Read in full

Digital advertising:          Adapt or die

Mag+ CEO explores the challenges facing US’ digital advertising industry, in Publishing Executive

TheMediaBriefing names Mag+ a best example

Mag+ success as a publisher-turned-tech-co
Read more here

Incisive Media team inspired to spin out with Mag+

Mag+ is the digital publishing solution of choice for new digital media company Apptitude
Read it in Press Gazette, InPublishing, Journalism.co.uk, TabTimes and more

Econsultancy considers the future of Facebook

New Media Knowledge gets Econsultancy’s view on the “lifecycles” of social networks.
 Get the full story in NMK

Making the high street mobile

Econsultancy CEO writes about how mobile tech can help our               high streets, for International Business Times.
Read more here

InPublishing welcomes Mag+'s  hacker challenge

Mag+ launches a fresh challenge for iOS app developers. Find out more in InPublishing

Mag+ discusses digital advertising possibilities in Fourth Source

Mag+ CEO explores the relationship between beautiful content and effective advertising.
Read it in Fourth Source

Safest ever year for air      travel makes news around the world

Ascend’s air travel safety review and insider survey makes headlines worldwide. Read a few articles here from Le Figaro, Bloomberg, Wall Street Journal, and The Telegraph

Mag+ takes centre stage in InPublishing and           Creative Boom

Mag+ launches The V&A Museum’s new app, celebrating British theatre history.
Read it in here and here

eMedia Vitals interviews   Gregg Hano

Mag+ CEO Gregg Hano talks    about the commerce side of digital publishing
Read more here

FT assesses reputation of African airlines

Nigeria's multiple small airlines leave safety regulation lacking says Ascend, in the Financial Times

SDK gets media app-roval

Mag+ announces SDK and opens up digital publishing possibilities.
Read it in The Next Web, Talking New Media and EContent

Medium gets a Mag+ 'like'     in EContent

Mag+ sees the potential in new social media platform.
Read it here 

Ascend proves essential to Financial Times aviation coverage.

Click to read all four articles on: air ambulances, jet funding, the global jet sector, and Hawker Beechcraft

Uniting the skies

The Wall Street Journal investigates consolidation of aircraft leasing industry, with insight from Ascend
Read it here in the WSJ

Heathrow brings health woes

Ascend’s Peter Morris gives interview on impact of Heathrow’s third runway, for BBC News
Watch it on the BBC

Sky-high safety: The Guardian investigates

The Guardian tallies up airline safety vs. popularity, using Ascend insight
See the full article here

Gulliver takes note

The Economist blogs the full results of Ascend's 2012
Business Travel Survey
Go to The Economist

In The Guardian: Is Spotify tuned in to potential?

Vindicia’s Gene Hoffman explains why data holds the key to boosting Spotify’s profits, for The Guardian Media Network
Click to read

High flying IPO

Ascend’s Paul Sheridan gives his view on the huge Japanese Airlines IPO today, for BBC World Business Report, Chicago Tribune, Reuters and Bloomberg.
Click links to read and watch

Touchdown for the 49ers' tablet app

San Francisco Chronicle chooses Mag+ to design and launch weekly team app.
Read it in Talking New Media

WSJ looks at Asian        aviation boom

Ascend’s Paul Sheridan predicts competitive price cuts as budget airlines dominate the Asian skies, in The Wall Street Journal
Read it here in WSJ

Mag+ storms tablet app market

Mag+ announces new clients and huge growth, in InPublishing, The Appside, and Mobile Marketing Magazine
Click links to read

Screen grab: Vindicia in New Media Age

Vindicia CEO views Netflix’ expensive EU expansion with caution, in New Media Age
Read it in NMA now

Financial Times predicts turbulence ahead

Financial Times uses Ascend data to assess negative outlook for Hong Kong Airlines
Read it in The FT

A customer for keeping

Fourth Source shares advice for e-commerce businesses on keeping their most valuable customers, from Vindicia
Read it in Fourth Source

Kickstart your app project with Mag+ Studios

Mag+ can take app production off your hands with their creative services packages.
Read more in Talking New Media

Phones, tablets, meet           the ‘phablets’

Mag+ says ‘phablets’ are not the future for digital consumers, in South China Morning Post.
Read the full article

Real Business: customer quality over quantity

Vindicia's CEO explains how keeping good customers is the next digital frontier, in Real Business
Read it here

Bridging the data gaps

Vindicia launches data integration tool CashBox DataBridge. Read it in
The Paypers and Finextra

Computer Arts teaches video integration using Mag+

Engaging Mag+ app users with video content becomes simple with this video tutorial.
Click here to watch

WSJ and Ascend predict trouble ahead

WSJ asks if Airbus’ production bubble is about to burst, with comment and data from
Ascend analysts
Click here to read

Mag+ has extended its relationship with TanMae in the US

Starting with Mag+ 3.5 launch, US pick up at Econtent and
Talking New Media

Ascend data is the wind under the wings of               this WSJ graphic

Analysts provide info and data for Wall Street Journal Germany’s piece on Jumbo Jet orders
See it here

Ascend reacts to tragic      crash report

Ascend analyst widely quoted following anticipated Air France Crash Report. Read the reaction in Bloomberg, Reuters, and the FT

Mag+'s big app-etite for iPhone

Mag+’s multi-platform publishing features in Digital Arts, The Next Web, Talking New Media, Mobile Marketing Magazine,
to name a few!
Click titles to read

eSellerMedia shares Vindicia wisdom

Vindicia CMO’s 11 "part science, part art" steps to get the most from your payment provider.
Read it in eSellerMedia

Computer Arts showcases BJP and PopSci apps

Mag+ apps designed for Retina Display really pop in this spread; how to make the most of new
iPad with Mag+
Read it here

Bloomberg gets Ascend’s take on future of 747s

Ascend’s Paul Sheridan breaks down Boeing’s high costs and collapsing market
Read it in Bloomberg

Ascend's futuristic forecast in CNBC Business

Ascend’s chief economist sheds
light on popularity of Middle East connector flights in “Airtropolis Now”. Read it here

Ascend reports on sales slump in Financial Times

Ascend data highlights marked descent for corporate aircraft sales. Read it in the FT

Vindicia CEO profiled in    CNBC Business

Success of Vindicia’s digital payment models makes waves, read the CNBC article here

Making the most of Mag+

Computer Arts presents video and print tutorials on how to embed videos into Mag+ apps
Click here

Mag+ in South China Morning Post

Mike Haney, Chief Product Officer at Mag+ comments on the survival and
success of e-readers and tablets
Read it here.

BJP captures digital market with Mag+

InPublishing charts the roaring success of British Journal of Photography’s iPad app,
created on Mag+
Read it here.

Ascend comments for Financial Times

Ascend analyst predicts market pick-up; airs on the side of caution for Dassault jet launch.
Read it here in the FT.

Ascend in the Financial Times

Ascend comments on the
recovery of the aviation sector
for the FT.
Click link to read.

MOMA on Mag+ platform

Mag+ gets arty with San Francisco's Museum of Modern Art, in Art Daily.
Click to read.

Ascend valuations: SCMP, The Guardian & Reuters

Ascend provides Chinese aircraft values for analysis in Reuters,
The Guardian and South China Morning Post.
Click to read.

Guardian Media Network checks in with Vindicia

Guardian Media Network interviews Vindicia CEO on the future of paid online content.
Watch the video here

Mag+ Moves

Congratulations to new Mag+ CEO Gregg Hano, featured by Econsultancy, FIPP, InPublishing and IT Briefing
Click to read the news

Mag+ in Mobile Marketing

Mag+ announces retina-ready iPad titles, and support for new devices, in Mobile Marketing Magazine.
Read the article here

Guardian Media Network hosts Vindicia VP

Vindicia’s senior vp marketing sets the stage for social gaming debate at the Guardian Changing Media Summit
Watch the discussion here

Ascend exclusive in Financial Times

Ascend reveals unprecedented global uncertainty for aviation finance markets in FT feature.
Read in full here

Mag+ at British Media Awards

Tablet publishing platform Mag+ is shortlisted for Most Innovative Technology for Media Owners at the British Media Awards
Read it.

Vindicia addresses Guardian Media Summit

Vindicia’s CEO and VP of marketing in Video interviews on new
Guardian Media Network
View here and here.

The beauty of Mag+

Future Insights’ Davin Wilfrid on
how Mag+ gives tablet mag designers the upper hand.
Click to read here.

EU digital business boom

Vindicia’s Gene Hoffman on  the benefits of new EU data laws in Retail Technology
Read it here.

Bloomberg BW, Profitable Parts

Ascend data used to show the market for second-hand aircraft
parts is booming.
Full article  here.

Mag+ takes The Next Web onto iPad

Mag+ designed iPad app for TNW, the international tech blog, features in The Guardian: Apps Rush, Talking New Media, and PaidContent UK.
Click to read more.

Client Awards

Tannissan Mae congratulates Vindicia's CEO Gene Hoffman,  named one of San Francisco Journal's '40 under 40'.

Mag+ Sporting Success with Ibrahimovic

Digital Arts, Mobile Marketing and MacWorld showcase controversial footballer’s interactive biography, created with Mag+.
Click to read

Recession busting romance

Vindicia data shows online dating industry defies the recession, in The Next Web.
Read it here.

Terminal technology, Reuters

Ascend warns mobile technology at airports could complicate rather than streamline travel.
Read the article here.

SOPA on hold, CRN

Vindicia’s Gene Hoffman champions global goodwill in the face of US copyright legislation.
Read it here.

Hungary’s Malev could crash

Ascend comments on small airlines' woes in wake of debt crisis, for Bloomberg.
Read the article here.

Graduating Class

Tannissan Mae: "why a university degree puts you ahead of the pack", in PRMoment.
Read the article here.

Buy to let, rent to fly

The Economist explores aircraft leasing market with views from Ascend’s Paul Sheridan.
Read the article here.

Asian expansion

Ascend contributes to The New York Times and Financial Times as Japanese firm buys RBS’ aircraft leasing unit.
Read the articles here and here.

Life through a lens

Creative Boom profiles a captivating photography project by Andrei Nacu, an iStockphoto protégé.
Read the article here.

1 in 7.1 million

Ascend insights on 2011 airline safety informs international reports: read them in the New York Daily News, MSNBC, USA Today and the Wall Street Journal.

SOPA made simple

Vindicia’s Gene Hoffman helps explain controversial US piracy legislation for Econsultancy.
Read the article here.

Credit crunch

Tight Eurozone lending and recession woes on the horizon for aviation, Ascend tells the
Financial Times.
Read the article here.

Making them pay

Vindicia’s CEO gives exclusive interview and business advice in Gamesindustry.biz
Read the articles here and here

Future proof

Inaugural Computer Arts Collection showcases Mag+ for app design.
See the feature here

Russian roulette

The Wall Street Journal front page warns Russia is home to most dangerous airlines, based on Ascend survey.
Read the articles here

Digital design canvas expands

New Mag+ solutions embolden creatives across the spectrum, TabTimes and Digital Arts report.
Read the articles here and here

Aircraft demand soars

The Economist covers Dubai Airshow, with future aircraft demand insights from Ascend.
Read the article here.

New York Times

Ascend comments on the
economics of first class travel in
the New York Times.
Read the article here.

Vindicia in Retail Systems

Vindicia’s Sanjay Sarathy in
Retail Systems: virtual currencies
in the real world
Read the blog here.

De-coding digital

Computer Arts gives an in-depth design guide, for creatives, on publishing for digital tablets
using Mag+
Find out more here.

On trend

Digital Arts discusses video trends over the last five years with iStockphoto’s Jim Goertz.
Read more here.

Living the dream

Ascend’s Paul Sheridan labels Boeing 787 ‘ahead of its time’ despite delays, in The Guardian’s coverage of the dreamliner’s maiden flight.
Read on here.

Creature comforts

Retail Technology covers the roaring success of Moshi Monsters with Vindicia’s
Cashbox Solution.
Read the case study here.

iStache fever

Digital Photographer’s Claire Gillo gives a face (‘tash and all) to iStock’s Movember pledge: matching $10,000 in funds
raised by the iStock community. 
Read more here.

Site of The Times

iStockphoto’s innovative photo library is named website of the week by The Times’ Saturday Review supplement.
Take a look here.

East meets West

Ascend’s Chief Economist Peter Morris is back at Monocle Weekly to examine cause and effect surrounding international airport expansion.
Listen in here

Mag+ takes a bite of Apple’s Newsstand

Mobile Marketing Magazine examines how Apple’s upcoming Newsstand and Mag+ will keep consumers reading and publishers in the money.
Read more here

Flash, but not green

Chris Seymour demonstrates the breadth of Ascend’s expertise in the WSJ, commenting on fuel efficiency and the future of hypersonic travel.
Read it here

In tribute

MinOnline praises the “powerful” commemoration of 9/11 published for iPad by Mag+ and American Photo.
See it here

Hard numbers

Ascend provides Bloomberg with the key figures and analysis on Russia's flight safety record
Read it here

The digital frontier

Mag+ highlighted in Talking New Media, as it takes British Journal of Photography onto tablets after 150 years of print publishing
See it here


Digital publishing expert Peder Bonnier to discuss the promo benefits of Mag+ at the Guardian's Changing Advertising Summit next month
See it here

Pro tips

Professional Photographer devotes a double page spread to advice from iStock experts on how to go pro
See it here

On trends

Ascend’s Peter Morris chats to Monocle’s Tyler Brulé about Qantas’ ambitions in Asia.
Listen to The MONOCLE Weekly 113 here


Vindicia’s Sanjay Sarathy waxes analytical for digital marketers.
See it here on Fourth Source.

Going to the Wall

Vindicia CEO Gene Hoffman: adverts will pay alongside high quality content, in a guest post on The Wall.
Click here for the article.

Make the cut

iStock’s photo director Simon Moran gives an inside look on how to prosper selling stock photography. Digital SLR Photography captures his top tips.
Click here for the article.

Ascend flies

Longstanding Tan Mae client Ascend scooped up by Reed Business Information; Outsell has the details here

Cloud talk

Vindicia’s Sanjay Sarathy features in Computerworld, on how billing in the cloud makes businesses better
Read it here

Mag+ goes "one push"

Peder Bonnier explains the benefits of “one-push publishing” across tablet platforms, in this InPublishing feature
Read it here

Lulz, but nobody's laughing

Vindicia's Sanjay Sarathy in the Guardian: games publishers must must meet security standards and protect gamers.
Read it here

Size matters

iStockphoto: bigger is better thanks to curated collections and top-notch search, in Design Week - on the newsstand now.

New and improved

Pond Ventures partner Charles Irving explains how the VC firm adapted its model to the time, in this Private Equity International comment piece.
See it here

Man and flying machine: Bloomberg

Ascend’s Paul Hayes on the interactions between human pilots and safety systems.
See it here

Mag+ splash in MacUser

The ‘affordable’ tablet publishing platform earns extensive coverage in new edition — on the newsstand now.

Hot shots

iStock's shooting stars hit the streets of London and the beaches of Brighton to make the most of the London iStockalypse.  PhotoArchiveNews
shares some of the action. 
See it here

Future perfect

Meg+ is featured as a leading tablet publishing platform in the June edition of Digital Arts, out now.

Money talk

Industry journal The Paypers keeps its readers up to date with Vindicia's latest expansion of its CashBox product.
Read it here

Which way's forward

From iStockalypse London: iStock’s COO Kelly Thompson shares the latest with digital media community Which Stock Agency.
Read it here

Which way's forward

From iStockalypse London: iStock’s COO Kelly Thompson shares the latest with digital media community Which Stock Agency.
Read it here


Congratulations to Matt G, winner of iStock's competition on Xfm - his prize is a Canon EOS 7D camera, and the chance to mix it with photography's best and brightest.
Read more here (competition now closed)

Looking good

Forbes’ Bill Barol is clearly a fan of the “stylish, sexy” Mag+.
Read it here

New heights

Ascend achieves coast to coast coverage with its data and insight on Southwest’s aircraft woes.
Read highlights here, here and here

Get the PopSci+ look on iPad – for free

Moving Media+, the company behind the iPad’s first magazine publishing platform, releases its software to all publishers today, and announces its independence from parent company Bonnier Magazine Group.
Read it here

Low Grumblings

Gulliver recounts travails of business travellers, as captured by Ascend.
Read it here

Big in Japan

Bloomberg quotes Ascend analyst Paul Sheridan's view on the importance of the Japanese market.
Read it here

A continental touch

We're delighted to announce that we're taking on a pan-European brief for iPad content specialists Moving Media+, as our work in the UK gets underway.

Taking stock

James Leal-Valias, creative director at iStockphoto, calls for a focus on quality over quantity in stock imagery in this month's edition of Design Week.

Stars of screens onstage

New Tan Mae clients Vindicia and Moving Media+ join a speaker lineup of digital media heavyweights at the Guardian’s prestigious Changing Media Summit on 23 March.
Read more here

Tan Mae goes west

We’re delighted to welcome Silicon Valley online payment pioneers Vindicia onto Tan Mae’s client roster, as they expand their business into European markets.
Take a look at their website here

In safe hands in the FT

Ascend’s data and commentary makes a big splash as the centrepiece of a eyecatching full page spread - click here, or check out p11 of today's edition.
Read it here

Private Equity Wire takes note of Pond triple play

Pond Ventures’ trio of Q4 exits makes the news in Key PE/VC publications.
Read it here

Search and you shall find

iStockphoto rings in the New Year with enhanced localised search and a new editorial collection – all designed to deliver the perfect image. The British Journal of Photography applauds the changes.
Read it here

Let's face it

Lise champions the lost art of bringing clients and reporters face to face in a PRMoment 2011 resolutions piece.
Read it here

New year, new news

Between the turkey, gifts and champagne, Ascend and Tan Mae found the time to pull off some media crackers with their annual safety report in the Wall Street Journal, the Economist and on Bloomberg.
Read it here, here, here, and here

As pretty as its pictures

Pocket-lint chooses iStockphoto as its site of the day, with a glowing review of the site's usability and aesthetics.
Read it here

Power to the ethernet

Pan-European hi-tech journal EE Times Europe carries Microsemi's white paper on PoE networking.
Read it here

Telecom Redux takes a MIMO

The key carrier publication runs with Quantenna founder Behrooz Rezvani's take on the architecture of wiress streaming, under a surprisingly good wireless networking pun.
Read it here

Here come the Stockys

iStockphoto opens voting to the crowd in the Oscars of stock. Choose your top pics from a great list of finalists.
Read it here

I’d rather live

Tan Mae proudly supports the French National Federation of
Women’s Solidarity, iStockphoto and Blurb in launching 'Je prefère
vivre', a photo book by and for women affected by domestic
Buy it here

Aerocaribbean ATR 72

In the wake of the tragic Cuban air disaster, Ascend's Paul Hayes  provides the key safety analysis.
Read it here

Engine trouble

Ascend provides background data in response to the Qantas A380 incident, in the FT, the NYT and BBC online .
Read it here, here and here

Planes for less

After looking at Ascend's aircraft valuations, is the FT's Lex pondering a move into the airline business?
Read it here

A chip off the old block

Tan Mae has renewed its relationship with global semiconductor giant Microsemi, in a new pan-European communications brief.

iStockphoto refreshed

The revamped iStock website gets a great review in the new Web Designer Magazine, out now.

Hanging in there

The Financial Times quotes Ascend analyst Gary Critchlow's on the BizJets recovery.
Read it here

Terminal thinking

"Influential" Ascend's Peter Morris is optimistic about Dublin airport's T2 in the Irish Independent.
Read it here

Holding the line

Ascend's Andy Golub explains the airlines' newfound discipline to the New York Times .
Read it here

Boeing for hire

Ascend helps the Wall Street Journal re: Mexicana's Boeings.
Read it here

Super chic

Web Designer mag applauds iStock's new clean, contemporary design in Issue 175.
Out now

Back in business?

Bloomberg quotes Ascend on BA Boeings being returned to service.
Read it here

What now?

Paul Hayes discusses how the airline industry can build on its safety successes.
Read it here

Co-pilot trumps stewards in emergency landing, thanks

Ascend’s Paul Hayes confirms he’d prefer the co-pilot to land the plane, despite Michael O’Leary’s cost-cutting suggestions…
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Keeping perspective

The FT's Pilita Clark turns to Ascend's safety expert Paul Hayes to explain long term air safety trends, after a worrying spate of crashes.
Read it here

Ascend on the airwaves

Ascend's Andy Golub gives NPR the lowdown on airlines’ response to surging demand for passenger and freight transport.
Read or listen here

Top of the apps

iStockphoto’s iPhone app - the graphic designers' choice, gets the thumbs up in .net magazine.
Read it here

Stored planes come back into service

Ascend’s Andy Golub unveils the numbers on Bloomberg.
Read it here

Microsemi in Germany’s IT-Business

Microsemi PowerDsine explains easier ways of installing IT networks in German publications IT-Business and SearchNetworking.
Read it here and here

So fresh and so clean

The lowdown on iStockphoto’s new website in Design Week.
Read it here

Staying put?

Ascend’s Les Weal discusses whether stored aircraft will be re-introduced with MarketWatch.
Read it here

Lessors let down

Paul Sheridan explores the impact on lessors of Mexicana’s misfortune.
Read it here

Lex flies straight

Ascend’s Paul Sheridan sheds light on who’s really buying planes, in FT’s ‘agenda setting’ Lex column.
Read it here

Seeking superstar PRs

We’re looking a great bunch of tech PRs in UK, France, Germany, Spain, and Italy to join our consultant network.
Email: prstar@tannissanmae.com

In flight

Ascend's take on Farnborough picked up today on Economist Homepage and in Financial Times.
See it here and here

Taking off

Ascend continues to rock the Farnborough coverage … more from the BBC, WSJ, including a video interview.
See it here, here, here, here and here

Ascend in air show
media flurry

Ascend insights bring Farnborough reports to life across the WSJ, BBC and other media.
See it here, here, here and here

The finer arts

Top tech blog Pocket-lint goes in depth with Stock CEO Kelly Thompson on the art of stock photography.
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Ascend on new BBC News

Ascend features on relaunched BBC News as apart of a new-look aviation section.
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Ascend brand accelerates with Virgin Racing

Aviation information specialist Ascend is speeding up – in partnership with Virgin Racing at F1 Singapore Grand Prix.
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Microsemi PowerDsine in
EE Times Europe

Microsemi’s Sani Ronen explains how ‘midspans’ deliver companies an energy-efficient way to transmit data and power in one cable and intelligently manage network power consumption.
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Pocket-lint's pick: an iStockphoto iPhone app

Highlighting the new iStock app as its App of the Day, Pocket-lint says iStock users would be “silly not to download it,” and recommends it to new users too.
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The future of flight

Ascend chief economist Peter Morris comments on the different paths taken by Airbus and Boeing, in an FT Weekend report on the airline industry.
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iStock wants to break free

The British Journal of Photography covers iStockphoto’s brand new iPhone app, available to download today from iTunes for free.
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Ascend on Sundance crash

Bloomberg turns to Ascend aviation safety consultant Paul Hayes for key data.
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Microsemi talks green power

Power over ethernet feeds devices precisely the power they need, when they need it, explains Daniel Feldman of Microsemi PowerDsine in this CRN special.
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The facts of the matter

Ascend provides the data for a smart chart in the FT's new online corporate aviation report.
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Striking it rich?

Peter Morris, Ascend's chief economist, explains why BA isn't about to back down.
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Retiring at 15

Ascend’s Eddy Pieniazek discusses the life span and values of planes in Businessweek, the San Francisco Chronicle and South China Morning Post.
Read more and more and more

iStockphoto in British Journal of Photography

Jim Goertz, iStock’s head of video, on the burgeoning demand for stock video in BJP’s Intelligence.
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'Go creative,' Cindy advises fin and tech

Cindy comments in PRmoment on why copy-cat PR just doesn't cut it in this day and age.
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Good luck, Maisy!

Best wishes to Maisy Ng, co-founder of Add Partners, who’s been nominated for the Business Woman of the Year Award at the Asian Women of Achievement Awards event in London tonight.
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More Ascend insights

Ascend safety director Paul Hayes comment further on the Libyan air crash.
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Wind works for Tan Mae

Tan Mae wins contract to deliver the IR/PR programme for Windworks, a wind power innovator, across multiple European geographies.

Ascend comments on ill-fated Afriqiyah Airways flight

Bloomberg gets insights from Ascend's director of air safety Paul Hayes.
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iStockphoto on the radar

Photoradar gets some insider expertise from iStock on how to make it as a stock photographer.
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Ascend's fleet forecaster in Business Week

Ascend helps Business Week put the Airbus story into context.
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The business of bizjets in FT

Gary Crichlow from Ascend provides outlook on business jet market in the FT.
Read more and more

Ascend in Real Business

Ascend’s go-getting MD Gehan Talwatte announces further funding and expansion plans in Real Business.
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Ash Thursday, Friday, Saturday...

Paul Hayes, director of air safety at Ascend, is again quoted widely in the business and international press on the dangers posed by the volcanic ash cloud. Read it at the WSJBusinessWeek, Financial Times and Reuters.

Ascend in the NYT

Paul Hayes comments on the Tupulev Tu-154 model involved in the Polish crash tragedy.
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Big trouble in southern China

Ascend explains the potential dangers after a Cathay Pacific emergency landing.
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Data Explorers on Talbots shorts

Reuters features data and commentary from the short information specialists.
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Maquarie banks on jet purchases

Ascend’s Andy Golub discusses Macquarie Bank’s aircraft purchase in SNL Financial.
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The big pictures

Creative Review investigates the world’s top selling stock images, with iStockphoto leading the way.
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Risky business

Victor Milligan of Martin Dawes Analytics explains risk reporting for energy trading in Utility Week.
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Happy 10th birthday iStockphoto!

What a party! #iStock10 has ranked number 4 of top trending topics on Twitter today.
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Ascend gives WSJ airline feature wings

Ascend data backs up Wall Street Journal feature on export credit in aviation.
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Ascend on 'elite fliers' in
USA Today

A poll of business fliers and commentary by Ascend's Peter Morris informs on the lengths airlines are going to to woo key customers.
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Optimists take over, Data Explorers tells Global Pensions

Data Explorers discusses betting on rising markets with David Walker of Global Pensions.
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iStock makes 'les nouvelles'

Premier French newspaper La Tribune announces Simone Mazer's appointment as VP France, iStockphoto.com.

To privatised space travel, and beyond 

Ascend explains the context of SpaceX and its Falcon 9 rocket to the Wall Street Journal.
See it here

More on our Britain iS winners 

The results of iStockphoto and the Guardian's photography competition garner attention from across the creative press.
See it here, here, here and here

Sec Lending in the spotlight at Pensions Week

Ed Oliver gives his view on stock lending by pension schemes in this video.

Financial Times gets the skinny on sec lending from Data Explorers

Head of innovation Mark Faulkner disusses the pros and cons. 
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Finalists chosen in iStock's Britain iS photo comp

Lovely shortlists for your viewing pleasure at the Guardian here

Data Explorers gives Prudential information to FT

Neil Hume and Paul J Davies analyse Prudential with figures from Data Explorers.
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Hedge Funds Review talks to Data Explorers

Data Explorers' Mark Faulkner says securities lenders focus on risk management and oversight first in this latest feature in Hedge Funds Review. Read more

Ascend has good news for Business Week

Business Week welcomes report from Ascend that corporate travel looks set to pick up.
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Entries up sharply

Over 1,500 photos entered in the Britain iS iStock competition. Send your snaps quickly - entries close at midnight tonight!
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Dow Jones video: Data Explorers on BA

Anil Kumar's take on Data Explorers' insight into British Airways.
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A thousand pictures blossom

iStockphoto Britain iS competition counts a thousand entries. Competition closes Thursday – still time to enter.
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Data Explorers illuminates BA woes

Telegraph turns to Data Explorers’ shorting data as BA faces some turbulence.
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Photogs snap at chance to 
win £2K

Competition hotting up with hundreds of entries to iStock/Guardian photo comp
Britian iS. Two weeks 'til shortlist.
Read more 12/2/2010

Talking public debt
on Bloomberg

Data Explorers’ David Carruthers gives his views on sovereign debt across European markets on Bloomberg.
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The year in shorts

In two articles over the weekend, the FT reports the findings of Data Explorers in their Securities Lending Yearbook for 09/10,  and the short selling experts' report on sec lending and sovereign debt. Read them here and here

Business Week, Bloomberg and Business Insurance quote Ascend

Ascend’s director of safety Paul Hayes provides key insight in response to the tragic Ethiopian Airlines crash. Read it here, here and here

Image Publique

iStockphoto this month extended its relationship with Tan Mae, choosing us for its PR rollout in France, and bringing to five the number of clients we represent in continental Europe.

Süddeutsche discusses near-catastrophes

Major German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung gets Ascend’s views on 2009 aviation accidents that could have been much worse.
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FT: Fewer crashes, but bad ones; air safety in 2009

The Financial Times reports Ascend's findings on airline crashes over the past year. Read more

Tan Mae in .net magazine

Nancy on the new wave of collaboration tools  Google Wave that is. Read in .net

Go green, Santa!

Tan Mae repositions Santa for a carbon-neutral Christmas.
Read more at Communicate

Pan-European roll-out projects roll in

Martin Dawes is latest to enlist Tan Mae to extends its profile into France, Germany and Spain. Follows multi-market engagements kicked off this autumn with Gigle Networks and Microsemi.

Exploring Dubai's Nakheel bond

Data Explorers comments in the Wall Street Journal on “extraordinary sell-off in a bond close to maturity”.
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Tan Mae wins new brief from Southwark Council

New assignment from this long-standing client aims to tackle underoccupation in social housing.

Top short number crunchers

Another trophy for the cabinet: Data Explorers receives Investorside's Excellence in Research Award for Best Quantitative Analysis for Short Sellers


Getting to grips with
pension risk

Financial Director commends Data Explorers for bringing clarity to UK pensions debate.

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Tan Mae in PR Week

Nancy shares views on Wall Street Journal Europe.

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Four more years!

Tannissan Mae this week celebrates four years of partnership with Ascend. We look forward to keeping them in the business news for many more to come.

In the pink

Special Aerospace report in today's FT highlights Ascend data and expert analysis.

Download the report here

Ascend makes airwaves in BusinessWeek

Ascend chief economist Peter Morris warns in BusinessWeek that BA/Iberia merger needs a lot of work to be succesful.

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Business double bill

A pair of breaking market stories at the WSJ and FT rely on Data Explorers research.

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Indy snaps up Data Explorers' analysis on BA

The Independent finds out from Data Explorers that the number of hedge funds and investors who have been selling short 'has been rising steadily to just shy of the all-time high of 17.4 per cent.'

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On the runway 

Ascend's Peter Morris talks to the Observer about the difficulties of building a new runway in London. 
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Data Explorers key witness on Lloyds woes

Data Explorers has kept Bloomberg, Reuters and the Telegraph up to date on the banking group's fortunes. 
Read more, and more, and more

In the money

Tan Mae has hired finance and online media expert Cindy Heidebluth, boosting our sector knowledge and ability to drive clients' online engagement.
Read Cindy's bio

Shorters "queuing up"
for Lloyds

Data Explorers provide the numbers behind Reuters' briefing on the market's concerns.
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Wall Street Journal assesses aircraft leasing

The WSJ turns to Ascend for data illustrating the troubles of the aircraft leasing industry. 
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Five's Gadget Show puts
iStockphoto in the picture

iStock is chosen as a top tech moneymaker.
Watch online

New York Times takes up the Ascend view

Ascend experts flesh out NYT coverage of ups and downs of aircraft leasing.
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Add Partners LiveWire:
15 issues strong

October's issue is chock full of portfolio news and tan mae's interview with Arieso's new chair Terry Vega. 
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The long arm of
Tannissan Mae

Ascend's new Fleet Forecaster makes the business news down under. 28/09/09

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