London Bridge is down: Secret code word to signify The Queen’s death – Royal Central

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The Queen is currently alive, and well, however, a complicated and well thought out plan has already been put in place in the event of her death. The death of King George VI was signalled with the …

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Friday Free: cuando el dress code laboral rígido pierde valor – Política y Protocolo

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Durante el último mes hemos sido testigos de una serie de acontecimientos en el panorama internacional relacionados con la etiqueta en la empresa. Tras las declaraciones de Trump en las que exigía a sus empleadas que “se vistan como verdaderas mujeres”, el pasado martes tuvo lugar en Reino Unido un debate parlamentario sobre el uso […]

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Seguimos con el XVI CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL DE PROTOCOLO, COMUNICACIÓN CORPORATIVA, IMAGEN PERSONAL Y ORGANIZACIÓN DE ACTOS

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PRIMER ENCUENTRO DE DISCIPLINAS COMUNICATIVAS Hace unos días tuve la oportunidad de disfrutar Valladolid en distintas reuniones mantenidas con las distintas instituciones avanzando en la organizaci…

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Ben and Jerry’s Invites Passersby to Jump Into a Bowl of Cereal

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The ice cream brand hosted an activation celebrating the launch of three new cereal-inspired flavors to coincide with National Cereal Day. While ball pits are traditionally targeted toward little kids, Ben & Jerry’s proved that the party staple is still a hit with adults, too.

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7 Ideas for a Feminine Event With an Edge

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Sophia Amoruso’s inaugural Girlboss Rally kicked off with a tastemaker dinner that was pink but far from frilly. Entrepreneur Sophia Amoruso brought her Girlboss brand to life with the inaugural Girlboss Rally, a new conference billed as “by and for young women.” The program was the initial activation of her newly launched Girlboss Media, a digital-first company meant to connect, educate, entertain, and inspire women.The first Girlboss Rally, held on March 4 at Hudson Loft in Downtown Los Angeles, drew about 500 guests and 50 speakers across business, entertainment, and media sectors—such as Amoruso herself, plus Whitney Cummings, Michelle Lam, Moj Mahdara, and others. The daylong rally was a curated program of keynotes, panels, fireside chats, workshops, speed-networking, food and drink, pop-up shops, and more—all with the goal to gather the next generation of creative types, entrepreneurs, thought-leaders, and tastemakers to discuss topics such as marketing and brand-building, starting a business, and body positivity.Prior to the main event, Girlboss and sponsor American Express invited a select group of tastemakers to attended the Girlboss and American Express Platinum Collective Dinner on March 3 at the Hudson Loft. Amoruso hosted the kickoff event, with production and design by The Gathery that was both distinctly feminine and also eye-catchingly edgy.“The dinner was a wonderland of pink,” Amoruso said.

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