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Lauren Hancox

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Lauren is Head of Marketing Communications at Tribal Group and is responsible for the delivery of Tribal’s brand messaging and marketing communications strategy. As well as being a marketing enthusiast, Lauren enjoys anything to do with words – writing them, reading them or talking them! She’s a lover of literature and also has (an expensive) passion for travel and exploration.

Recent Posts

Celebrating inspiring educators - University of St Andrews

Posted by Lauren Hancox on July 6, 2017

Celebrating inspiring educators - University of St Andrews

 

Our visit to the University of St Andrews was an unusual one as it started with a trip to the local airport. After battling with holiday makers, a short flight, a tram, two trains, and a taxi, we finally made it to sunny St Andrews, an afternoon ahead of our filming schedule. We took the time to look around the beautiful town and get some ideas for general visual shots in our latest case study with the prestigious university.

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Topics: Higher Education

Celebrating inspiring educators - Leonardo Helicopters

Posted by Lauren Hancox on June 28, 2017

Celebrating inspiring educators - Leonardo Helicopters

 

It's no secret that staff at Tribal are passionately dedicated to empowering education around the world. Recently we've been working closely with a whole host of inspiring educators; and after spending time with some of them, we wanted to share their stories. Here's what happened when we went to visit a selection of wonderful inspiring educators…

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Topics: Skills, Training and Employability

Filling the Skills Gap: A view from the UK

Posted by Lauren Hancox on May 24, 2017

Filling the Skills Gap: A view from the UK

 

The skills gap in the UK is back in the spotlight following the triggering of Article 50 and ambitious net migration targets. Tribal Group has taken a look at the problem, the initiatives and what can be done.

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Topics: Skills, Training and Employability