The Drum loves great content and our Contributor Network enables agencies to self-publish their own news, insights, campaigns and case studies on The Drum website to build profile with our audiences. In this week’s Contributor Network Live, we look at the impact of Brexit on the financial job market, the increasing importance of responsive design, as well as the new partnership between Visualise and Sennheiser.
Survey reveals finance jobs to be moved out of Britain as a result of Brexit
A new survey has shown that round 10,000 finance jobs are expected to either be moved or created overseas, according to Reuters’ survey. Out of the 123 companies interviewed, nearly 50% said that they plan to move or create offshore jobs if the UK is denied access to Europe's single market.
In detail, the number of finance jobs that are expected to relocate were taken from 39 firms that employ at least 350,000 members of staff. Within this, 9,777 banking jobs would be affected, 311 jobs in asset management and 98 jobs in insurance.
To read more about the survey results, click here.
The Importance of responsive design
Responsive design is important, imperative in fact, because the way in which people are using the internet and visiting websites has changed dramatically over the past few years, thanks to advances in technology.
Mobile and tablet use is at an all-time high. 66% of us own a smartphone, up from 39% in 2012, whilst over 30% of consumers make regular purchases on the smartphone devices.
The average Brit spends 66 hours each month browsing on their smartphone, that’s more than twio hours each day! 55% of those check their smartphone within 15 minutes of waking.
To read more on the matter, click here.
Visualise + Sennheiser partnership
Visualise’s head of sound has been working with audio specialists Sennheiser to pave the way for future VR content creators. Oppermann, has joined forces with 360° audio specialists, Ambeo Sennheiser, to generate new tools and insight for 360° filmmakers.
To read more about the project, click here.
Adidas and Stella McCartney launch City x Nature FW17 collection
The new Stella McCartney and Adidas Fall/Winter 2017 collection is founded on ‘dynamic designs engineered for exploring different environments’.
The collection was launched with a 360° video, created once again by Visualise. The finished video, feauturing models wearing the new line, in different environments, was delivered via an app, which is used in conjunction with Google Daydream headsets. Wearers can instantaneously flip between city and nature to have more control over their experience.
To find out more, click here.
Young’s Beer celebrates brewery’s 186 year anniversary with free pint promotion
Young’s Beer is launching a special campaign this week that celebrates the brewery’s 186 year anniversary, called Young’s Day, with the offer of a free pint for all. Beer lovers can claim a free pint from of any of the Young’s beers, including Young’s Bitter and Young’s Special, simply by downloading the Young’s On Tap app.
Read more about the app here.
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